NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM STATUS (NASS)
NASS is a collection of links and resources providing real-time status of the US National Airspace System. Information and links are derived from the AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM COMMAND CENTER (ATCSCC) web page as well as other government aviation entities.
Intended primarily for Aviation Professionals, it is a quick reference tool for Traffic Management Coordinators, Specialists and Managers as well as Airline ATC Coordinators, Dispatchers, and Flight Crews. Professional Pilots may find it useful for planning purposes as well for determining causes of delays or potential delays due to routing, weather, or other events affecting the NAS.
Frequent travelers may find it useful in determining why their flight may be delayed. Check out the "REF" button to become familiarized with some of the terminology as well as explanations of why Traffic Management Initiatives are used.
STAT - National Airspace System Status
PLAN - Current Operations Plan Advisory (updated every 2 hours from the ATCSCC National TELCON)
SUM - National Airport Status Summary (mobile format)
WX - Current National Weather RADAR Snapshot (Animated in PAID Ver.)
CCFP - 4,6,and 8 Hour Collaborative Convective Forecast Product
REF - Air Traffic Management Reference
ADVZY - The Most Recent ATCSCC Advisory
A/P ID - Airport Identifier Lookup
CORE 29 - Aviation Weather TAF & METAR for the Core 29 US Airports
RTES - Current Reroutes in the NAS
SCHED - WMT Scheduler link for FAA Employees
National Airspace System Stat is a free trial software application from the Recreation subcategory, part of the Home & Hobby category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2016-02-01. The program can be installed on Android.
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