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Aviation Weather: Services at Key Aviation Facilities Lack Performance Measures, but Improvement Efforts are Under Way: Congressional Testimony
David A Powner (au)
The Nat. Weather Service (NWS) provides staff on-site at each of the FAA en route centers -- the facilities that control high-altitude flight outside the airport tower and terminal areas. They provide air traffic managers with forecasts and briefings on regional conditions such as turbulence and icing. In 2007, FAA delivered revised requirements and performance measures to NWS to improve these services. This report:assesses NWS and FAA efforts to ensure the quality of aviation weather services at en route centers, and its recommendations to improve these efforts; and to provide an update on FAA’s recent efforts to establish aviation weather requirements and performance measures, and NWS’s plans for responding to these requirements. Illustrations.
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