This issue has been highlighted by the Fixed-wing flight training strategy.
Pre-flight planning is intended to put the pilot in the best position for a safe and successful flight.
A new guide that sets out to explain the “practical” airborne techniques and methodology of visual navigation.
A book designed to help readers pass their PPL Meteorology examination and give them the necessary tools to be able to make sound weather-based decisions in relation to your flying activities.
A video about weather considerations when planning a flight and making go/no go decisions.
Note: This is a video aimed at pilots in the United States of America, but considerations when conditions are marginal and the decision to launch, postpone, or cancel are difficult, are valid for New Zealand flying too.
An accident case that speaks about IMSAFE and being fit to fly.
Discusses the difference between stalling in practice and stalling in reality.