Advisory Circular - Federal Aviation Administration
Federal Aviation Administration Advisory Circular Subject: Date: 11/25/88 AC No: 00-54 PILOT WINDSHEAR GUIDE Initiated by: AFS- 200 Change: 1 PURPOSE. This advisory circular communicates key windshear information relevant to flightcrews. Appendix 1 of this advisory circular is the Pilot
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