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AvWxWorkshops Inc

10115 Buggy Horse Rd.

Charlotte, NC 28277



Need an aviation speaker?

Looking for a keynote speaker at your next aviation event or program?  Scott would welcome the opportunity to speak at your next event. 

His qualifications and experience as a flight instructor and former NWS research meteorologist offer a unique perspective to aviation weather not found anywhere else in aviation.  If you are interested in obtaining more information on how to hire Scott to speak as an aviation weather expert at your next event send an e-mail to


Dr. Scott Dennstaedt

Scott owns and operates AvWxTraining & EZWxBrief ( and is the president and CEO of AvWxWorkshops Inc. headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is a former National Weather Service research meteorologist and is an FAA-certificated instrument flight instructor specializing in technically advanced aircraft (TAA) and aviation weather training. He earned a PhD in Infrastructures & Environmental Systems from the University of North Carolina. He has written over 250 articles for various aviation magazines to include IFR, Plane & Pilot, Pilot Journal, Aviation Consumer, Flying, Twin & Turbine and Contrails magazines just to name a few. Also Scott is a co-author of an aviation weather book released in 2018, entitled, Pilot Weather:  From Solo to the Airlines.  You can view samples and purchase the soft cover or eBook book by visiting  

Background and Experience


Scott participated in the initial development of the Cirrus Pilot Proficiency Program (CPPP) for the Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association. He also participated in the development of the Cessna Advanced Aircraft Recurrent Training (CAART) program for the Cessna Advanced Aircraft Club. Scott is a former Cessna 400/350 (formerly Columbia) factory instructor and former Cirrus Standardized Instructor (CSIP).


Scott has logged over 4,000 hours of flight time (3,500+ hours in technically advanced aircraft) and has been flying since the mid 1990s.  He's always had a love for weather and aviation since childhood and is enjoying his true vocation of teaching.


Contact Scott

The best way to reach Scott is by e-mail at