Weather Services International (WSI) says about 500 U.S.-based aircraft are now flying with the company’s turbulence reporting system, generating 10,000 automated ride reports per day to help airlines avoid turbulence, or if not, to objectively determine the severity for maintenance purposes. Of the 500 aircraft, 360 are with American Airlines, as the carrier recently completed roll-out of WSI’s “Total Turbulence” package in its Boeing 737, 757 and 767 fleets. Another unannounced ...
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