The Aviation Weather Division (ANG-C6) develops weather and weather-related constraint information for ready integration into decisions by pilots, controllers, dispatchers, and airport operators.
ANG-C6 consists of meteorologists, engineers, human factors scientists, and other professionals possessing a clear understanding of how weather affects the National Airspace System and aviation stakeholders. The Division coordinates and works with FAA operations, safety and standards organizations, airlines and pilots, the National Weather Service (a component of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), and the commercial weather provider sector to improve and integrate weather information into operational aviation decision making.
ANG-C6 branches include the following:
- Weather Research
- New Weather Concept Development
- Weather Engineering and Evaluation
- Policy and Requirements