Estonian Environment Agency will participate in the international exercise VOLCEX22 that will take place on 17 Nov 2022 from 08:00 till 16:00 UTC. The exercise will simulate an eruption of volcano Pico del Teide, Spain, beginning on 14 Nov 2022. A number of aircraft operators, Air Navigation Service providers, MET Watch Offices, NOTAM Offices, Regulators, Volcanic […]
Kuressaare aerodrome Climate handbook is a statistical analysis of the observations data provided by Kuressaare Airport. The handbook covers a 11-year period between 2010–2020, and contains the distribution of meteorological elements (visibility, cloud height, wind speed and direction, wind gust and direction, air temperature, air pressure, humidity, atmospheric phenomenas, precipitation), and significant statistical parameters of […]
From March 1, Pärnu Airport weather reports will be transmitted 24 hours a day. These are automatic weather reports in the AUTO METAR and AUTO SPECI codes. Due to technical limitations and the location of the measuring equipment, the aerodrome’s automatic weather observation system does not allow the determination of weather phenomena, cloud volume, altitude […]
Meteorological Technology World Expo Conference for Aviation Meteorology (Wednesday, March 24, 2021) is a brand-new, free-to-attend, one-day online conference for aviation meteorologists, airline and airport operators and air navigation services searching for a global overview of the trends and technologies shaping aviation meteorology. https://www.meteorologicaltechnologyworldexpovirtuallive.com/en/
Attention! The operation of Harku weather radar will be interrupted on February 10th from 9 AM to 5 PM. We apologize for any inconvenience.