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One of the challenges facing flight planners and flight dispatchers is the lack of access to reliable and timely flight hazards information needed to make informed decisions. Traditional flight hazard forecasts are categorical, providing general ‘light’, ‘moderate’, or ‘severe’ descriptions. They cover large geographical areas that force flight planners and flight dispatchers to make assumptions or route around large areas — adding time and cost to the flight.
This non-specificity leaves the user to interpret the severity, timing, and location of the potential flight disruption. To eliminate guesswork and increase safe and efficient operations, aviation businesses need flight hazard forecasts that are timely, accurate and granular.