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Journal: The Way of Science (Vol.1, No. 53)

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Page : 97-99

Keywords : flights; meteorological conditions; minimum weather; limited visibility; decision-making height; side wind; approach risk;

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The article is devoted to the investigation of the problem of providing aviation flights in sharply changing weather conditions, where the authors analyze all possible factors influencing flight performance by an aircraft. Despite the existence of rather strict norms and limitations in the field of flight operations, meteorological conditions are the most significant factor that has a significant impact on the safe flight outcome of an aircraft. That is why the meteorological support of flights is currently assigned a huge role in ensuring the safety of flights. 24-hour monitoring of meteorological conditions in the aerodrome area, at neighboring aerodromes, monitoring of weather changes in the region and the timely notification of the condition of meteorological conditions of commanders of aircraft is one of the main tasks of the aeronautical meteorological service. According to experts, the most important conditions for the flight are visibility, the lower boundary of the clouds and the wind. In this case, the influence of lateral and gusty wind is especially significant for an aircraft. At the same time, both crews and aircraft have their own restrictions on meteorological conditions, which imposes an even stricter framework on the process of ensuring safety of flights.

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