Terminal Air Forecasts (TAFs) are a key decision making tool for all pilots. During pre-flight planning pilots use the information in the TAF to decide whether they can fly in the first place, where to fly to and whether they can land safely at the end of the flight. It is important to know that TAFs are primarily designed for IFR flights and forecast the most likely conditions. How much do you really understand what a TAF is telling you and most importantly how this relates to your personal minimums? This latest edition of Sunny Swift will answer these questions and provide some great information to help you stay safe - follow the link below to access the differenet Eu language versions.
For VFR flight the GAFOR is the main resource there are also a wide range of Apps and other resources through this previous article here.