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Hawaiian Airlines Case Study

"The methodology and specificity of the flight hazard forecasts allow us to create custom briefing packages for pilots, which better prepare them for their flight and what they can expect from the weather." Hawaiian Airlines

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Make Smart, Informed Flight Planning Decisions with Intelligent Weather Insights

Improving flight planning, flight following, and weather decision support can be done efficiently and effectively with the right tools.

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DTN MetConsole LLWAS – Brochure

Quick and accurate detection of windshear events is paramount to ensuring aviation safety. During take-off and landing, an aircraft encountering substantial differences in wind speed and/or direction over relatively short distances can result in the pilot losing control and crashing.

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A Path to Shed Light on the Windshear

The DTN LiWAS (LiDAR Windshear Alerting System) is a state-of-the-art solution to track headwind/tailwind changes in those airports concerned about windshear events.

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DTN MetConsole AWOS – Brochure

As the aviation industry is impacted by rapid technological advances, airlines and air traffic management are transforming to become more effective and efficient, particularly when it comes to weather data. The ability to rely on accurate weather information is critical for enabling safer, more efficient flight operations.

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DTN MetConsole ATIS – Brochure

Air traffic controllers and pilots need the right information at the right time. DTN ATIS and VOLMET allow them to focus their attention on their primary responsibility: ensuring safe, timely flights. These solutions can provide benefits by minimizing manual effort through the regular reporting of non-control aeronautical information.

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Online vs. Professional Weather Services: There is No Comparison

There are plenty of free online resources for weather information. But for flight operations, too much depends on the weather—your equipment, your schedule, your bottom line, and your people—to settle for anything less than the most accurate and detailed information available.

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Mercy Flights

Established in 1949, Mercy Flights was the first civil air ambulance in the United States. A nonprofit organization serving southern Oregon and northern California, its three aircraft perform an average of 500 flights a year—primarily moving critical care patients and responding to 911 emergencies.

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