Airport operations

Weather Decision Support Services for Airport Ground Operations. StormGeo’s Airport weather forecasts quickly and accurately identify periods of potential service disruption at your airport.

StormGeo is a civil aviation authority-approved airport meteorological observer training company and is an approved provider of CAP 746 training for aerodrome meteorological observers.

Key benefits

Weather appreciation training

StormGeo has over 10 years’ experience in delivering met-related training courses to various weather-sensitive businesses. This includes weather appreciation training for operational staff in the Oil and Gas, Offshore Wind and Aviation industries.

Tailored forecasts

StormGeo tailors the forecast to your airport’s specific operating limits and continuously monitors it to ensure you are kept up to date with any sudden weather changes.

Airport decision guidance

Our comprehensive weather decision support service helps airport stakeholders rapidly assess the weather risk and proactively manage all potential disruptions.

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CAP 746 – airport observer training

Will you be reporting in METAR format at airports? StormGeo is an approved provider of CAP 746 training for aerodrome meteorological observers.

Weather decision support services

Our unique airport weather solutions are designed to give you the complete decision support you need to successfully manage safe and efficient ground operations

Winter weather appreciation training

StormGeo provides half-day training workshops to help your operational staff make informed weather-related decisions.

Contact us for more information and schedule a call with a StormGeo representative.
Airport operations
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Fuel and emissions saved with StormGeo *weather routing

2018 - today

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*This figure assumes an average 2.5% fuel reduction by weather routing (GloMEEP, [no date]; ICCT, 2011), 3:1 CO2 to fuel savings (Krantz, 2016), a fuel consumption of 30 MT per day and average speed of 12.5 kn per hour, and using annual averages of distance, days and fuel consumption per route.