IATA unveiled a data-sharing platform to help airlines avoid turbulence during flights and named Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines as the first contributor. Planned for operational trials starting next year, the “Turbulence Aware” platform collects turbulence information from contributing airlines, consolidates the data in an “anonymized, objective source database” and makes it available in real time to an airline’s dispatch or airborne alerting system. Turbulence ...

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