Les AIRMET (de l'anglais AIRman's METeorological Information) sont des bulletins météorologiques envoyés afin de modifier une prévision de zone pour l'aviation. Ils sont émis, par le centre météorologique responsable du secteur touché, que s'il y a des conditions potentiellement dangereuses en dessous de 24 000 pieds (8 000 mètres) non décrites dans la prévision de zone valide mais qui ne nécessitent pas l'envoi d'un SIGMET.

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  • Les AIRMET (de l'anglais AIRman's METeorological Information) sont des bulletins météorologiques envoyés afin de modifier une prévision de zone pour l'aviation. Ils sont émis, par le centre météorologique responsable du secteur touché, que s'il y a des conditions potentiellement dangereuses en dessous de 24 000 pieds (8 000 mètres) non décrites dans la prévision de zone valide mais qui ne nécessitent pas l'envoi d'un SIGMET. L'Airmet est en vigueur jusqu'à ce qu'il soit mis à jour ou annulé, ou jusqu'à l'émission de la prochaine prévision de zone.
  • AIRMET; meteoroloji birimleri tarafından genel havacılık faaliyetleri için hazırlanan ve meydan brifing ofislerine gönderilen, aynı zamanda tüm uçucuların hususî kullanımına sunulan, yazı formatında hava durumu brifing hizmeti. AIRMET hizmeti şunları kapsar: Alçak seviye saha tahminleri Meydan hava tahminleri (TAF) ve meydan rutin hava raporları (METAR)↑ 1,0 1,1 1,2 1,3
  • AIRMET è l'acronimo di Airmen's Meteorological Information, in italiano "Informazioni meteorologiche per aviatori". È un messaggio che contiene indicazioni e informazioni su fenomeni meteorologici osservati e/o previsti che potrebbero essere potenzialmente pericolosi per velivoli dalle capacità limitate ed ha una validità di sei ore.In Italia viene emesso dal 1° Centro Meteorologico di Milano Linate dell'Aeronautica Militare, che emette anche i messaggi SIGMET.Contiene informazioni meteorologiche di fenomeni di intensità moderata che possono riguardare: velocità del vento in superficie se superiore ai 30 nodi/60 km/h, montagne oscurate, copertura delle nubi se con base inferiore a 1000 piedi, TCU isolati (cumuli torreggianti) ("ISOL"), frequenti ("FRQ"), occasionali ("OCL") e fenomeni moderati di turbolenza ("MOD TURB"), formazione di ghiaccio ("ICE") onde orografiche ("MTW") visibilità al suolo se inferiore ai 5000 metri e fenomeni del tempo che limitano la visibilità (pioggia, neve, pioviggine, grandine, foschia e nebbia).È un messaggio utile soprattutto per i voli a bassa quota: infatti la rilevazione verticale dell'AIRMET va dal suolo fino a FL 100 (Livello di volo 100, 10000 piedi) o fino a FL150 se si tratta di zone montagnose. Analogamente al SIGMET, l'AIRMET è un messaggio che dà informazioni meteo all'interno della FIR.
  • An AIRMET, or Airmen's Meteorological Information, is a concise description of weather phenomena that are occurring or may occur along an air route that may affect aircraft safety. Compared to SIGMETs, AIRMETs cover less severe weather: moderate turbulence and icing, sustained surface winds of 30 knots or more, or widespread restricted visibility.AIRMETs are broadcast on the ATIS at ATC facilities, and are referred to as Weather Advisories. AIRMETs are valid for six hours. NOTE: The definition has changed and no longer says "light aircraft"; AIRMETs are intended for all aircraft.There are three types of AIRMET, all identified by a phonetic letter: S (Sierra), T (Tango), and Z (Zulu). [1] AIRMET SIERRA (Mountain obscuration or IFR) ceilings less than 1000 feet and/or visibility less than 3 miles affecting over 50% of the area at one time; extensive mountain obscurationAIRMET TANGO (Turbulence) moderate turbulence, sustained surface winds of 30 knots or moreAIRMET ZULU (Icing) moderate icing, freezing levelsFor an authority to issue an AIRMET, applicable conditions must be widespread. "Widespread" means that the applicable area covers at least 3000 square miles. Because conditions across the forecast period can move across the area, it is possible that only a small portion of the area is affected at any time.AIRMET’s are routinely issued for six hour periods beginning at 0145Z during Central Daylight Time and at 0245Z during Central Standard Time. AIRMETS are also amended as necessary due to changing weather conditions or issuance/cancellation of a SIGMET.
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  • Les AIRMET (de l'anglais AIRman's METeorological Information) sont des bulletins météorologiques envoyés afin de modifier une prévision de zone pour l'aviation. Ils sont émis, par le centre météorologique responsable du secteur touché, que s'il y a des conditions potentiellement dangereuses en dessous de 24 000 pieds (8 000 mètres) non décrites dans la prévision de zone valide mais qui ne nécessitent pas l'envoi d'un SIGMET.
  • AIRMET; meteoroloji birimleri tarafından genel havacılık faaliyetleri için hazırlanan ve meydan brifing ofislerine gönderilen, aynı zamanda tüm uçucuların hususî kullanımına sunulan, yazı formatında hava durumu brifing hizmeti. AIRMET hizmeti şunları kapsar: Alçak seviye saha tahminleri Meydan hava tahminleri (TAF) ve meydan rutin hava raporları (METAR)↑ 1,0 1,1 1,2 1,3
  • An AIRMET, or Airmen's Meteorological Information, is a concise description of weather phenomena that are occurring or may occur along an air route that may affect aircraft safety. Compared to SIGMETs, AIRMETs cover less severe weather: moderate turbulence and icing, sustained surface winds of 30 knots or more, or widespread restricted visibility.AIRMETs are broadcast on the ATIS at ATC facilities, and are referred to as Weather Advisories. AIRMETs are valid for six hours.
  • AIRMET è l'acronimo di Airmen's Meteorological Information, in italiano "Informazioni meteorologiche per aviatori".
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