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- 1. Tiger Airways to Install Advanced 3-D Weather Radar
Tiger Airways to Install Advanced 3-D Weather Radar. Tiger Airways has partnered with Honeywell to install the latest technology of weather radars on its new aircraft. The IntuVue 3-D weather radar is an advanced system that give pilots a fuller picture of weather conditions than the current two-dimensional (2-D)systems.
- 2. SITAOnAir’s EFB Weather Awareness Solution Certified by Inmarsat
SITAOnAir’s EFB Weather Awareness Solution (eWAS) is the latest application certified by Inmarsat for use across its next-generation SwiftBroadband-Safety (SB-S) communications platform for the flight deck, allowing airlines to now receive the latest weather view in real-time during flights.
- 3. Airlines to Get Weather on Board for FlySmart with Airbus
Honeywell Aerospace has confirmed that Weather on Board for FlySmart with Airbus will be available to airlines later this year. Delivered via an iOS or Windows app, the service provides real-time weather information during flights from takeoff to landing.
- 4. Rockwell Collins Expands Operational Aircraft Weather Observations Program
Rockwell Collins is expanding its operational aircraft weather observations program to include weather data from LATAM Airlines’ fleet of aircraft. The agreement is part of a Rockwell Collins/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) program to improve the accuracy of forecasts for the aviation industry and the general public.
- 5. Leonardo-Finmeccanica to Supply Canada with Nationwide Weather Radar System Network
Leonardo-Finmeccanica, through its German subsidiary Selex, has been awarded a contract from Public Works and Government Services Canada to supply Environment and Climate Change Canada with a weather radar systems network. The contract requires supply, delivery and installation of 20 weather radar systems with associated infrastructure, with options for up to an additional 13 radar
- 6. Boeing 787 Dreamliner Undergoing Extreme-Weather Testing
Boeing 787 Dreamliner Undergoing Extreme-Weather Testing. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner has begun a series of extreme-weather tests at Valparaiso, Fla. A special hangar at the McKinley Climatic Laboratory at Eglin Air Force Base allows the airplane to experience heat as high as 115 degrees Fahrenheit (46 Celsius) and as low as minus 45 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 43 Celsius).
- 7. Chengdu Airlines to Implement Honeywell’s IntuVue RDR-4000 3-D Weather Radar
Chengdu Airlines has selected Honeywell’s IntuVue RDR-4000 3-D Weather Radar for its 50 newly purchased Airbus A320 jets. Chengdu Airlines will begin using the technology on its first delivery in November 2015, allowing the airline to improve routing decisions, reduce operating costs, improve flight efficiency and ensure maximum passenger safety.
- 8. Heathrow Weather Delays could be Slashed says British Airways
The outcome, according to British Airways, is to generate more take-offs and landings per runway per hour: typically 48 at Gatwick and 42 at Heathrow. This results in fewer delays, particularly for incoming flights. Though weather conditions are similar at both airports, aggregate delays for arrivals are many times worse at the much busier Heathrow than at Gatwick.. Heathrow Weathe
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