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How Bad Is Too Bad? Weather That Affects Flights

Aviation weather intelligence is a high consideration for the aviation industry. Pilots and passengers alike worry about flying in bad weather. The weather forecast is a crucial element of the pilot’s pre-flight checks, and flight operations will continually update their weather information during flight. 

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The Relationship Between Aviation Meteorology and Flight Operations

For most people, flying is simply a means to an end. While flying, they are likely most concerned about the location of their seat than anything else. The most important part of their trip is the destination – whether they are returning home to see loved ones or arriving in an exciting location for a much-needed vacation.

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Winter Wonderland or Arctic Freeze? Here is its impact on businesses

For weeks, a split polar vortex, the effects of La Niña  and extreme weather events have converged to deliver some of the coldest weather in generations to the U.S. and Europe. A storm of this global magnitude has wreaked havoc on multiple industries and the customers they serve.

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4 Things To Expect When Working With A Meteorological Consultant

The weather goes further than knowing what clothes to wear or whether you need to pack an umbrella. If you are a pilot, you know the importance of accurate weather patterns to make the right decisions. The responsibility of meteorological consultants has become increasingly important in the aviation industry. 

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De-Icing Protocols For Flight Operations

In aviation, staying on top of the weather is paramount to passenger, crew safety, and flight completion. Nearly every aviation operation is weather-dependent! Airline and airport de-icing protocols must be clear and actionable in the moment to prevent flight delays, cancellations, and other disruptive events.

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Increasing Fire Risks Threaten Utilities

It is less than two months into the new year, and California has already experienced nearly four times the number of wildfires as the same time last year. Warm winter weather, strong winds and dry vegetation are to blame for the recent outbreak.

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An Introduction to Aviation Meteorologists

On any given day, approximately one hundred thousand planes are airborne. Who is responsible for ensuring they all get to their destinations safely while avoiding thunderstorms, severe turbulence, and other air hazards? 

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How Do Hurricanes Damage The Economy?

Hurricanes are natural disasters that damage our economy with predictable and surprise events. Here is a shortlist of the economic impact of hurricanes.

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