I wanted to do a flight from KSEA to KSFO but KSEA has a red dot in the center does anyone know what this is?
That means that visibility isn’t good
The airport dot colors show the basic weather information at the airfield.
View the breakdown here:
Green - VFR (Visual Flight Rules) more than 5 Nautical Miles of Visibility, Ceiling is greater that 3,000 Feet AGL.
Blue - MVFR (Marginal Visual Flight Rules) 3-5 Nautical Miles of Visibility, Ceilings are between 1,000 Feet and 3,000 Feet AGL.
Pink - IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) 3-1 Nautical Mile of Visibility, Ceilings are between 500 Feet and 1,000 Feet AGL.
Red - LIFR (Low Instrument Flight Rules) <1 Nautical Mile of Visibility, Ceiling is below 500 Feet.
Isn’t Seattle ALWAYS foggy?
^ Thats What it means btw
Thanks alot guys. Fly safe!
It’s a bad thing. You’ll be using your instruments to fly in
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