C3 Glide is a tool that retrieves live aviation data. This data can be used by pilots, air traffic controllers, and other aviation professionals to make informed decisions about flight plans and operations. The data retrieved by C3 Glide includes:
1. METARs: These are surface observations for a particular airfield or other reporting station location. They provide information about current weather conditions, including temperature, dew point, wind speed and direction, visibility, and other factors.
2. TAFs: Terminal Aerodrome Forecasts (TAFs) are predictive atmospheric conditions for an area within five nautical miles of a particular airfield or other reporting station location. They provide forecasts for the next 24 to 30 hours, and are updated four times a day.
3. NOTAMs: Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs) are reports detailing special events or conditions affecting airport and flight operations. These can include runway closures, lack of radar services, rocket launches, hazard locations, airspace restrictions, construction updates, and unusual aircraft activity.
The user provides one or more geographic locations, or reporting stations to retrieve the relevant live aviation data products. These locations can be represented by ICAO airport codes (e.g., KJFK, EGLL, PHNL), IATA airport codes (e.g., MIA, LGA, HNL), and/or latitude and longitude coordinates (e.g., 30.35,-81.013).
The user can also specify the type(s) of live aviation data products they want to retrieve, and can supply a date and/or time for their request. If a date and/or time is not supplied, the current UTC date and time is used.
Prompt: Give me live aviation data for Newyork
C3 Glide Catgpt response:
Here is the live aviation data for New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (KJFK):
- KJFK 142051Z 17009KT 10SM SCT042 SCT085 BKN250 21/16 A2951 RMK AO2 RAE1957 SLP993 P0000 60002 T02060161 58007 $
This METAR report indicates that at the 14th day of the month at 20:51 UTC, the wind was coming from 170 degrees at 9 knots. Visibility was 10 statute miles. There were scattered clouds at 4200 feet, scattered clouds at 8500 feet, and broken clouds at 25000 feet. The temperature was 21 degrees Celsius, and the dew point was 16 degrees Celsius. The altimeter setting was 29.51 inches of mercury. Rain ended at 19:57. The sea-level pressure was 993 hPa. No precipitation fell in the past hour. The 6-hour maximum temperature was 20.6 degrees Celsius, the 6-hour minimum temperature was 16.1 degrees Celsius, and the 3-hour atmospheric pressure tendency was 0.7 hPa rising.
- KJFK 141910Z 1419/1524 26013G21KT 6SM -SHRA VCTS SCT045CB SCT080 FM142100 27015G25KT 4SM TSRA BKN035CB FM142200 26016G23KT P6SM BKN050 BKN100 FM150400 27013KT P6SM SCT050 SCT080 FM152100 24011KT P6SM BKN100
This TAF report indicates that the forecast for JFK from the 14th day of the month at 19:10 UTC to the 15th day of the month at 24:00 UTC includes varying conditions. Initially, there will be wind from 260 degrees at 13 knots, gusting up to 21 knots, visibility of 6 statute miles, light rain showers, and thunderstorms in the vicinity. There will be scattered cumulonimbus clouds at 4500 feet and scattered clouds at 8000 feet. From 21:00 UTC on the 14th, the wind will be from 270 degrees at 15 knots, gusting up to 25 knots, visibility will be 4 statute miles, and there will be thunderstorms and rain with broken cumulonimbus clouds at 3500 feet. From 22:00 UTC on the 14th, the wind will be from 260 degrees at 16 knots, gusting up to 23 knots, visibility will be greater than 6 statute miles, and there will be broken clouds at 5000 feet and 10000 feet. From 04:00 UTC on the 15th, the wind will be from 270 degrees at 13 knots, visibility will be greater than 6 statute miles, and there will be scattered clouds at 5000 feet and 8000 feet. From 21:00 UTC on the 15th, the wind will be from 240 degrees at 11 knots, visibility will be greater than 6 statute miles, and there will be broken clouds at 10000 feet.
There are numerous NOTAMs (Notices to Airmen) for JFK, indicating various conditions such as construction work, missing signs, closed taxiways, and crane operations. Please note that these NOTAMs are subject to change and should be checked for the most current information.
Please let me know if you need any further information or if you want a detailed explanation of the NOTAMs