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What is NorthAviMet

NorthAviMet is a common weather information system for flight planning in the 7 NAMCon countries. These countries are Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Norway and Sweden. The portal is developed in the context of NAMCon (Northern-Europe Aviation Meteorology Consortium). You can read more about NAMCon on the website: http://www.namcon.aero.

NorthAviMet is intended for flight planning, ie. primarily for flights departing from one of the NAMCon countries. NorthAviMet contains a variety of forecasts for the aviation community in text and graphics as well as continuously updated presentations of for instance observations, satellite images and radar information.

Data is provided by aviation weather services in the NAMCon countries. Furthermore, international TAF/METAR/SIGMETs are available as well as upper level winds, icing conditions, products from WAFS/WAFC and a few charts from other aviation weather services, including the Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD).

In general, the language used is English, but since each member country decides on the forecasts they contribute to NorthAviMet, a few forecasts and guidelines may be presented in local languages.

The NorthAviMet portal is currently optimized for desktop use and to a lesser degree for mobile platforms. Future updates will aim for further optimization towards mobile platforms.


Who can access NorthAviMet

Access to NorthAviMet is for aviation users only. Anybody holding a valid pilot licensing or certification(leisure or commercial) issued by the authorities in one of the NAMCon countries (Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Norway and Sweden) is considered an aviation user. However, operators operating from one of the NAMCon countries can also be granted access. An operator is defined as a person, organization or enterprise engaged in or offering to engage in operating an aircraft cf. the ICAO Convention, Annex 3, chapter 1, definitions.