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2/3/2015
WSI Claims 'Critical Mass' for Turbulence-reporting System
WSI's Total Turbulence product achieves "critical mass", helping airlines reduce their exposure to turbulence incidents.
8/15/2011
WSI Pilotbrief’s Revenge
Could a fee-based weather service be worth the cost to a GA pilot when there’s so much free weather data online? WSI thinks so, and we think they may be right.
2/15/2011
Virgin Atlantic Chooses Weather Services International for Aviation Decision Support
Largest International Weather Company and Leading Global Airline Team for Advanced Flight Operations Management
2/18/2010
WSI Expects European Cold to Move Northward in March and Milder Weather to Follow in Spring
WSI (Weather Services International) Corporation expects temperatures for the approaching period (March-May) to average warmer than normal across all European locations, except for Iberia.
2/14/2010
Snowstorms' blow to economy put at $1.3B
Snowstorms that socked the region could deliver a $1.3 billion blow to the economy, one-third of which retailers never will recoup, says a Pittsburgh economist.
2/1/2010
WSI Hubcast Alerting Adds Flight Tracking
WSI Corporation, the most trusted weather decision support provider in the aviation industry, today announced the addition of an optional Class 2 Aircraft Situational Display (ASD) Service Plan to its Hubcast Alerting web service.
1/27/2010
Weather Firm: Georgia, Carolinas most at risk in upcoming hurricane season
It’s late January, and most people are considerably more interested in Super Bowl predictions than hurricane season forecasts.
10/30/2009
You Do Have to Know Which Way the Wind Blows on the Grid -- Study
How and when the fickle winds blow are increasingly critical issues for operators of the nation's electricity grid, concludes a new 10-year assessment of regional outlooks for renewable energy.
10/28/2009
Predicting the Wind: A New Forecasting Tool for Wind Power
When President Obama unveiled yesterday the administration’s $3.4 billion plan to upgrade the electricity grid, one of his points was that a better grid would be better for clean energy: “It will allow us to more effectively transport renewable energy generated in remote places to large population centers, so that a wind farm in rural South Dakota can power homes in Chicago,” he said, picking a Midwest city completely at random.

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