The minimum aeronautical meteorology content required as a requirement for the certification of civil aviation personnel is documented in Annex 1 to the Chicago Convention:
- Annex 1 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation - Personnel Licensing
The general concepts and basic principles of meteorological activity for air navigation are documented in Annex 3 of the Chicago Convention:
- Annex 3 - Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation - Standards and Recommended International Methods, Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation.
The list of ICAO Documents dealing with Meteorology and therefore complements Annex 3 and which are of interest to aviation schools and to the crew are as follows:
- SWITZERLAND. WMO. WMO Technical Regulation No. 49, Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation. Volume II. Geneva, 2010.
- Observation Manual for Clouds and other Meteors. Publication No. 407, Volume I. Geneva, 1975.
- Manual on Volcano Surveillance in International Aviation (IAVW) - Operational Procedures and Contact Lists. Doc 9766-AN / 968, 2nd edition.
- CANADA. International Civil Aviation Organization. Manual of All-Weather Operations: Doc 9365-AN / 910.
- Doc 7192 - Training Manual - Part F-1 - Meteorology for Air Traffic Controllers and Pilots.
- Doc 7488 - Manual of the ICAO Standard Atmosphere (extended to 80 kilometers (262 500 feet).
- Doc 8896 - Manual of Aeronautical Meteorological Practice. Practical Handbook of Aeronautical Meteorology. 10th edition. Montreal, 2015.
- Doc 9691 - Manual on Volcanic Ash, Radioactive Material and Toxic Chemical Clouds.
- Doc 9817 - Manual on Low-level Wind Shear.