The WMO Global AMDAR System is comprised of the WMO Member national and regional operational AMDAR Programmes. WMO holds and maintains the standards for the operation of the system, which includes:
WMO urges Members to continue to develop and expand the AMDAR observing system in line with the Actions of the Commission for Basic Systems (CBS) Implementation Plan for the Evolution of the Global Observing System.
Further information on AMDAR programme development is available from the Resources/AMDAR Programme Development area.
The National & Regional AMDAR Programmes are responsible for the operational implementation and maintenance of their respective AMDAR systems in collaboration with their Partner Airlines. These operational responsibilities include:
Information for WMO Members and airlines interested in participation in the AMDAR programme is available from the Resources/AMDAR Programme Development area.
At the current time (January 2013), there are 10 operational national or regional AMDAR Programmes contributing to the WMO Global AMDAR system:
The latest available (September 2013, National & Regional AMDAR Programme Status Reports to the ET-ABO, Session 1 - unless indicated) AMDAR Programme Status Reports are provided below.
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