Webinar: ICAO GRF & TALPA Compliant

Ensuring safe conditions on runways is a highly responsible task. From November 4, there will be a common language for airports around the world. By introducing the new Global Reporting Format (GRF), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) establishes a unified reporting format for runway conditions to increase safety on runways.

In this webinar, originally held at the Meteorological Technology World Expo Conference for Aviation Meteorology, our expert Tobias Weil summarizes the upcoming changes that will be introduced with the GRF and shows an efficient and cost-effective way to quickly assess and report on runway conditions to comply with ICAO GRF, and TALPA.

Watch the 17-minute webinar for free.

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