3 Festivals a year in the Québec Province, my job is to collect, analyse and present Weather Briefings in French and English in front of hundreds of Pilots, Crews and Officials in 5 minutes.
Since I consider each and every one of them as a friend.there is no room for errors.
Some wants to know if the Flag is Green or Red and others wants to know why.
Fog, Low Clouds, Big Clouds,Visibility, Precipitation and Winds are quite a challenge to forecast with accuracy.
Flight time is stressful. What will happens to my friends if the winds picks up, if the clouds builds up rapidly. if the fog rolls in and so on.
But, when I walk in the crowd and see these thousands of spectators ''émerveillés'' by this wunderful spectacle, I am really proud to be part of it.
Au plaisir de vous rencontrer.
I began a discussion about Safety Seminars... I would really appreciate your input on what things you feel are important to discuss and learn about weather. Also, do you have any ideas (besides lecture) on how to present a weather segment that is fun, engaging and educational? Thanks!
We can talk a lot about it.
The problem is that the majority of Pilots want to know if it is Green or Red.
For the restof the gang.... Someone told me.... When you talk, we sleep...
So, it s mandatory to get a weather briefing in Festivals but..
I question myself on how you guys would like to get it.
And also, in Quebec, the briefing are bilingual. So either way, someboby think that they don t receive the same information.
In fact, the question is: What is it that the Pilot wants..