Anthony Lorenti

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Anthony earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Southern Connecticut State University in Business Management. Beyond his primary vocation as a Citation Sovereign 680+ captain, Anthony has expertise in a variety of areas in aviation safety including aircraft crash, fire and rescue, and aviation weather. In addition to writing for Aero Crew News’ Squall Line weather column, he is a contributor to the Aviation Fire Journal. Anthony is a volunteer firefighter and an FAA Safety Team representative providing education to local pilot and firefighting communities.

Gustnado – another Vortex in the Sky!

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While writing for Aero Crew News, I’ve shared commentary about various specific “breeds” of thunderstorms. While they differ from one another in many ways, they all...

Low-Level Jet Streams and their Hazards to Flight

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I bring to your attention the existence of low-level jet streams or “low-level jets” (LLJ), as they are sometimes called. Some guidance on LLJs...

Blizzards!

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The blizzards on the menu at Dairy Queen served by smiling teenagers are wonderful. Not so for the ones delivered by Mother Nature.  What does...

Lake Effect Snow

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It is that time of year, Lake Effect snow (LES) and its hazards are upon us. Here, I’ll briefly address the science behind this...

Baroclinic Leaf Pattern

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Autumn is upon us and trees are sporting their brilliant hues which has made me think about leaves. But alas, this isn’t about the...

Another Useful Gauge for your Toolkit

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When meteorologists determine atmospheric instability, they quantitatively measure and represent various atmospheric conditions. Two important atmospheric conditions they examine to quantify and express as...

Outflow Boundaries

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An outflow boundary is also known as a “gust front.” No doubt, each of us knows the importance of recognizing a gust front and...

Heat Bursts!

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HEAT BURST A heat burst is an extraordinarily rapid increase in temperature. Though rare, they often occur at night and can be accompanied by ferocious...

What are You Looking at?

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While this title may sound like the opening line of an ensuing barroom brawl, my aim to address radar. Just as your airborne radar...

What you can’t see, can hurt you!

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First, the good news: For many years prior to airborne radar technology, pilots safely navigated areas of convection. Fast forward to today, the advent...

Industry-leading Training and Compensation Incentives Position PSA as a Top Regional...

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A premier training program PSA is committed to setting the standard for flight training and building a robust training program that prepares pilots for all...

ATSG Reports Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2023 Results

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WILMINGTON, Ohio -- Air Transport Services Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATSG), the leading provider of medium wide-body freighter aircraft leasing, contracted air transportation, and related...