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159 Aviation Weather Briefings and other Preflight Action Required by 91.103 + GA News
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Summary159 Pilots need to know how to do a weather briefing before they fly, and there are several other things you are required to do by FAR 91.103. For some flights, you’re not required to get a weather briefing, and we explain why. We’ll show you how to get a weather briefing from a free weather source. If addition to weather, you’re also required to consider fuel, alternatives and known ATC delays.
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