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The 2019 Safety Report of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) was published on 1 April 2020 and is available for download here (registration required). Through his involvement in IATA's Accident Classification Technical Group (ACTG), Head of WMO's Services for Aviation Division, Greg
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The WMO Services for Aviaton Moodle training portal available here has been updated with a new look-and-feel. The portal provides aeronautical meteorology training and guidance material sourced from around the world. The website's content covers both operational and non-operational aspects of
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WMO has just launched the WIGOS Data Quality Monitoring System (WDQMS) Resources Portal, https://etrp.wmo.int/WDQMS, in support of all Members with their WIGOS related activities, and especially for operations of Regional WIGOS Centres (RWCs). The WDQMS Resources Portal contains learning material
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The SWCEM Newsletter Issue 1, April 2020 has been published.
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WMO has published the “Vision for WIGOS in 2040” (Publication WMO-No.1243).
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Welcome and thank you for visiting WMO's new Services for Aviation website! This website will be progressively updated to include all of the latest news and developments within the Services for Aviation activity area of WMO. Please follow the links provided to access a range of information and
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In light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, WMO in consultation with the UK Met Office (UKMO) and the Meteorological Service of Singapore (MSS) has taken the decision to postpone the annual UKMO/WMO Aviation Meteorology Training Seminar. The seminar was due to be held at the offices of MSS in
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In the News Item of 22 January 2020, WMO announced that it was conducting a global survey targeting aviation professionals 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. The global survey is now
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In light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, WMO has taken the decision to postpone the Eighth International Workshop on Volcanic Ash (IWVA/8). The workshop was due to be held in Reykjavik, Iceland in mid-October 2020. Instead, IWVA/8 is now tentatively rescheduled to early October 2021 at the
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The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the socio-economic well-being of many nations and many industries, including the provision of meteorological service for international air navigation. WMO has developed preliminary guidelines to assist aeronautical meteorological service providers (AMSPs) of WMO