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WMO Aeronautical Meteorology Programme Collaboration with national and
international aviation organizations

- The International Civil Aviation Organization is responsible for specifying the needs of the users/customers of aeronautical meteorological services whereas the WMO is responsible for the manner in which those needs are met.
See WMO Address to 23rd ICAO General Assembly

Directory of National Civil Aviation Administrations (Doc 7604) details the Meteorological Authority in each State. An on-line version by ICAO - accessible only to the DGCA

IAOPA - International Council of Aircraft Owner and Pilot Associations

IATA - International Air Transport Association

IFALPA - International Federation of Air Line Pilots Associations

AMDAR - Aircraft Meteorological DAta Relay - Collective name for systems collecting observations of wind and temperature data from aircraft fitted with appropriate software packages; predominately ASDAR (Aircraft to Satellite Data Relay) and ACARS (Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System)

ASECNA - Agency for Air Safety in Africa and Madagascar

Collaborative Publications

IPCC - The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
has published a Special Report on Aviation and the Global Atmosphere. From this site Download the Summary for Policymakers

ICAO/WMO - WMO Guide on Aeronautical Meteorological Cost Recovery or see ICAO Air Navigation Services Economics Panel (ANSEP) ICAO Manual on Air Navigation Servies Economics (Doc. 9161-AT/724)

Other Aeronautical Meteorology Data Links

- Aviation Weather Center 


- UK Met Office

- Meteo-France (special pages Aviation)

- Centre Conseil en Cendre Volcanique, Toulouse

- Other Volcanic Ash Advisory Centres



- In-flight icing research programmes

- Aeronautical Abbreviations

- METAR and other messages:




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