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Aerodrome Weather

LMML - Malta International Airport

23 June, 7:45 PM
24 minutes ago
VFR
Flight Category
1011
Air Pressure
310°/9kts
Wind Speed
22°C
Temperature
19°C
Dew Point
9.7 km
Visibility
LMML 231945Z 31009KT CAVOK 22/19 Q1011 NOSIG

Live Runway Winds

kt 0 5 10 20 30 40 60
23

2 kt Headwind

9 kt Right Crosswind

05

2 kt Tailwind

9 kt Left Crosswind

13

9 kt Tailwind

No Crosswind

31

9 kt Headwind

No Crosswind

Civil Twilight

Select Date:

Sunrise (UTC)

Night End
Sunrise

Sunset (UTC)

Sunset
Night Start
What is Civil Twilight?

Defined by how far the sun is below the horizon, when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon.

Therefore morning civil twilight begins when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon, and ends at sunrise.

Evening civil twilight begins at sunset, and ends when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon.

For LMML, such data has been supplied by the U.S. Naval Observatory in colaboration with Transport Malta.

Full list of tables can be found here

Density Alt: 1278ft (MSL)

Density Alt: 1278ft
LMML: 297ft
981ft
Temperature: 22°C
QNH: 1011hPa
What is Density Altitude?

Density altitude is pressure altitude corrected for temperature. In layman's terms it directly affects the performance parameters of any aircraft, and in effect it is the equivalent altitude of where, performance-wise, the aircraft “thinks” it's at. The higher the density altitude, the lower the aircraft performance, and vice versa.

Aerodrome Weather

LICB - Comiso Airport

23 June, 7:50 PM
19 minutes ago
VFR
Flight Category
1011
Air Pressure
260°/3kts
Wind Speed
23°C
Temperature
17°C
Dew Point
9.7 km
Visibility
LICB 231950Z AUTO 26003KT 220V310 9999 NCD 23/17 Q1011

Live Runway Winds

kt 0 5 10 20 30 40 60
23

3 kt Headwind

2 kt Right Crosswind

05

3 kt Tailwind

2 kt Left Crosswind

Civil Twilight

Sunrise (UTC)

Night End
Sunrise

Sunset (UTC)

Sunset
Night Start
What is Civil Twilight?

Defined by how far the sun is below the horizon, when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon.

Therefore morning civil twilight begins when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon, and ends at sunrise.

Evening civil twilight begins at sunset, and ends when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon.

For LMML, such data has been supplied by the U.S. Naval Observatory in colaboration with Transport Malta.

Full list of tables can be found here

Density Alt: 1857ft (MSL)

Density Alt: 1857ft
LICB: 756ft
1101ft
Temperature: 23°C
QNH: 1011hPa
What is Density Altitude?

Density altitude is pressure altitude corrected for temperature. In layman's terms it directly affects the performance parameters of any aircraft, and in effect it is the equivalent altitude of where, performance-wise, the aircraft “thinks” it's at. The higher the density altitude, the lower the aircraft performance, and vice versa.

Aerodrome Weather

LICC - Catania-Fontanarossa Airport

23 June, 7:50 PM
19 minutes ago
VFR
Flight Category
1009
Air Pressure
50°/12kts
Wind Speed
24°C
Temperature
18°C
Dew Point
9.7 km
Visibility
LICC 231950Z 05012KT CAVOK 24/18 Q1009

Live Runway Winds

kt 0 5 10 20 30 40 60
08

10 kt Headwind

6 kt Left Crosswind

26

10 kt Tailwind

6 kt Right Crosswind

Civil Twilight

Sunrise (UTC)

Night End
Sunrise

Sunset (UTC)

Sunset
Night Start
What is Civil Twilight?

Defined by how far the sun is below the horizon, when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon.

Therefore morning civil twilight begins when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon, and ends at sunrise.

Evening civil twilight begins at sunset, and ends when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon.

For LMML, such data has been supplied by the U.S. Naval Observatory in colaboration with Transport Malta.

Full list of tables can be found here

Density Alt: 1320ft (MSL)

Density Alt: 1320ft
LICC: 39ft
1281ft
Temperature: 24°C
QNH: 1009hPa
What is Density Altitude?

Density altitude is pressure altitude corrected for temperature. In layman's terms it directly affects the performance parameters of any aircraft, and in effect it is the equivalent altitude of where, performance-wise, the aircraft “thinks” it's at. The higher the density altitude, the lower the aircraft performance, and vice versa.

Aerodrome Weather

LICR - Reggio Calabria Airport

23 June, 7:50 PM
19 minutes ago
VFR
Flight Category
1011
Air Pressure
10°/10kts
Wind Speed
24°C
Temperature
17°C
Dew Point
9.7 km
Visibility
LICR 231950Z AUTO 01010KT 9999 NCD 24/17 Q1011

Live Runway Winds

kt 0 5 10 20 30 40 60
15

8 kt Tailwind

6 kt Left Crosswind

33

8 kt Headwind

6 kt Right Crosswind

11

2 kt Tailwind

10 kt Left Crosswind

29

2 kt Headwind

10 kt Right Crosswind

Civil Twilight

Sunrise (UTC)

Night End
Sunrise

Sunset (UTC)

Sunset
Night Start
What is Civil Twilight?

Defined by how far the sun is below the horizon, when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon.

Therefore morning civil twilight begins when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon, and ends at sunrise.

Evening civil twilight begins at sunset, and ends when the geometric center of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon.

For LMML, such data has been supplied by the U.S. Naval Observatory in colaboration with Transport Malta.

Full list of tables can be found here

Density Alt: 1317ft (MSL)

Density Alt: 1317ft
LICR: 96ft
1221ft
Temperature: 24°C
QNH: 1011hPa
What is Density Altitude?

Density altitude is pressure altitude corrected for temperature. In layman's terms it directly affects the performance parameters of any aircraft, and in effect it is the equivalent altitude of where, performance-wise, the aircraft “thinks” it's at. The higher the density altitude, the lower the aircraft performance, and vice versa.

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