Joined: Jul 20, 2004 Posts: 3702 Location: Birmingham, UK
Posted: Mon Mar 07, 2005 5:45 pm Post subject: MET Abbreviations
The MET Abbreviations Database is now live! Hope it's a helpful resource to people studying for the MET exam! You can use it to test yourself...
In fact, newly qualified AND experienced pilots also welcome to check it out - come on, see how many you really remember - always good to revise!!
I've checked every abbreviation against the MET office TAF decode so it should all be correct and up to date, however for flight planning purposes always refer to the current MET office aviation pages.
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