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Aviation | News | 2020-01-22 | WMO launches a global survey on climate change and variability impacts on aviation

WMO has launched a global survey targeting aviation professionals - more specifically, administration and governance personnel, flight crew members, air traffic services personnel, airline operators, airport operators, ground handling operators and original equipment manufacturers - to clarify their interest and concerns to the climate change and variability issue and to its impact on aviation operations now and into the future. Please note, this survey is not intended for meteorologists or climatologists. 

The survey comprises 10 multiple-choice questions and responses are handled anonymously. The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. 

If you are an aviation professional and would like to respond to thesurvey, please click here. The closing date of the survey is 30 March 2020.

The outcomes of the survey will be used to help inform and potentially direct future scientific and technological developments within WMO Members, in particular their aeronautical meteorological service providers.


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