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Hurricane Ian Operations Advice For Central Florida

Hurricane Ian Operations Advice for Central Florida

Since making landfall as a Category 3 storm in Cuba on Tuesday, Hurricane Ian is likely to be the fifth hardest hurricane to hit the US as it almost reached a Category 5 storm with winds at 150 mph.  Historically, only four Category 5 storms have made landfall in the U.S. with maximum sustained winds greater than 155 mph. Heavy, potentially flooding rain is expected to affect central Florida, southern Georgia, North Carolina, and the South Carolina coast with new tropical storm warnings issued for North and South Carolina.
Operators Enjoy Extra Situational Awareness With UAS Flight Watch

Operators Enjoy Extra Situational Awareness with UAS Flight Watch

Operators are enjoying the extra layer of situational awareness and support delivered through UAS Flight Watch— Flight Watch offers dedicated 24/7 flight monitoring, so an aircraft has support in case any unforeseen issues arise during an operation. UAS’ team highly trained team of licensed aircraft dispatchers and meteorologists will oversee operations through all phases, including pre-flight, on route operations, and post-flight. It successfully navigates routings, weather, delays, and geopolitical activities that may arise during the course of a mission.
Bahamas Postpones Click2Clear Program For Private Flights

Bahamas Postpones Click2Clear Program for Private Flights

The Click2Clear customs entry and departure program for private flights in the Bahamas has been postponed.Click2Clear was due to be implemented for charter aviation on May 30, but Bahamas authorities have announced that they will delay the rollout of the program in order to take care of some technical issues and ensure the online process is as easily understandable as possible.
The U.S. Has Announced That It Will Ease Restrictions On Commercial Flights Between The U.S. And Cuba. Under The Trump Administration, Scheduled And Charter Flights From The US Were Restricted To Havana Airport (MUHA) Only. Now, Scheduled And Charter Air Services Between The United States And Cuban Airports May Resume Effective Immediately With The U.S. Also Looking To Reinstate Certain Categories Of Permitted Travel.

U.S. Lifts Cuba Flight Restrictions

The U.S. has announced that it will ease restrictions on commercial flights between the U.S. and Cuba. Under the Trump administration, scheduled and charter flights from the US were restricted to Havana airport (MUHA) only. Now, scheduled and charter air services between the United States and Cuban airports may resume effective immediately with the U.S. also looking to reinstate certain categories of permitted travel.
Operating To South America

Operating to South America, Part 2: Colombia, Chile, and Peru

In Part 1 of Operating to South America, we shared the considerations of operating to Argentina and Brazil. This week, our Americas team is sharing its insight on health requirements, permits, and airports in Colombia, Chile, and Peru. Please note that we always recommend seeking the support of a trip support provider with employees on the ground to manage every detail of your mission.
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