Smooth Summer Flying

Smooth Summer Flying

As we've seen recently, summer brings with it the possibility of thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, and other dangerous weather conditions. While weather can pass through a region quickly, it can leave a path of destruction and airport delays in its wake. These weather conditions often change rapidly and may gain intensity as they’re being pushed through by a cold front. When a storm is passing near or over an airport, aircraft will not be permitted to take off or land until the storm has passed.

By constantly monitoring FAA NOTAMs, TFRs and weather, we try to stay in front of potential scheduling changes and anticipated travel inconveniences due to weather. We will contact you as soon as we learn about any factors that may affect your flight and will offer alternatives, if available. Thank you in advance for your patience and flexibility under those circumstances.


Note: This article is displaying as it appeared in Volume 04 of our PlaneSense: Informational Quarterly newsletter.
Photo courtesy of Dianna Dobe

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