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DATE/TIME WITH THE ONE WRITTEN ON THE CHARTS/BULLETINS.
Who am I?
I am a 31 years old Italian
The most important instruments in this job are meteorological forecasts and observations.
Common weather charts used in aviation are SIGWX (Significat Weather Charts) and
WINDC (Wind and Temperature Charts).
For text weather/bulletins
TAF (terminal area forecast) and
METAR (airport observations) are used at most.
Also SIGMET (enroute observations)
and several advisories (like the ones issued for
volcanic ash and tropical cyclons
) are consulted. This leads me to explain why...
Why this site exist?
The aeronautical regulation require that all relevant data from a flight is stored in a safe
place for, at least, 90 days. Safe place means these places are accessible to only few people,
to keep all data safe.
Sometimes, is necessary to view some of these data, for a very wide kind of reasons. While
accessing to flight plans is usually easy (all airlines uses an electronic flight planning
preparation system, which implements an electronic archive too), accessing to old weather
charts, and old TAF bulletins is still a problem. In order to avoid a great loss of time,
requesting authorization to consult archived data, this site offers a 90-days-old archive
which contains data taken directly from NOAA's
Want to support?
This site has been created and is completely maintenend by one person, me. In
the last years I have spent (some) of my money and a lot of(all of it?) my free
time. Do you want to help? I will accept donations to keep improving this service
as much as I can.
(you do not need to subscribe a paypal account)