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2009 Sub-Regional Aviation Workshop Mid-Atlantic Region. Hosted by NWS Forecast Office at Columbia, SC. Logistics. Rest rooms (out back door, go right, on left side of hallway) Snack machine in kitchen (out back door, go right to the end of hall, on the right)
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2009 Sub-Regional Aviation WorkshopMid-Atlantic Region Hosted by NWS Forecast Office at Columbia, SC
Logistics • Rest rooms (out back door, go right, on left side of hallway) • Snack machine in kitchen (out back door, go right to the end of hall, on the right) • Folders and sign up (table at the front) • Coffee and doughnuts and cookies (back table) • Lunch (shopping center with many options 5 stoplights on HWY 1)
Attendees • We have a diverse group of presenters representing various parts of the NWS, commercial airlines, airport operations, general aviation, and specialized services such as medevac operations
List of Attendees • National Weather Service • Aviation Weather Center • Meteorological Development Lab • University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) • FAA • Aircraft Owners and Pilot Association • Chesapeake Aviation Training Inc • Delta Airlines • United Airlines • US Airways Express • Columbia Metropolitan Airport • South Carolina Division of Aeronautics • LifeNet SC • WSPA-TV • Southeast Regional Climate Center • Caldwell Community College • Richland County Airport Commission • Balloonacy Ltd.
Objectives for Aviation Workshop • An open exchange of information exploring • User needs for aviation products and services • Impacts of weather on aviation operations from the different perspectives of a variety of users • Review NWS products and services in support of air traffic management • Identify and share best practices and sort out operational deficiencies • Develop a list of action items arising from our discussions and a sense of priority for these items • Provide NWS ER and AWC with a sense of where to allocate resources to support scientific endeavors, on-going programs, and projects.
For Presenters • We will stick to allotted times • 5 min and 1 min warnings • We would like to post all presentations on the workshop website after the conference • http://www.erh.noaa.gov/cae/avn_subregional_workshop.php