Industry Round-up, July 5, 2019


This week, AVweb’s news roundup found reports on a new weather forecasting model at Baron, flight schools joining one-G’s pay-per-use simulator program and the opening of a new office for Alton Aviation Consultancy. Aviation weather data provider Baron has announced the availability of a new weather forecasting model in the company’s Baron Threat Net, Baron API, and broadcast products. According to Baron, the new model provides increased accuracy, higher resolution and more weather products than the old model.

Seattle-based one-G Simulation has welcomed two new flight schools to its one-G Access Program, which places FAA approved flight simulators at qualified flight schools on a pay-per-use basis. Loveland, Colorado’s The Flying School and Mike Smith Aviation, located in Rancho Murieta, California, joined the program in June. Also expanding, aviation consulting firm Alton Aviation Consultancy will be opening a new office in Singapore. The Singapore office will be led by newly appointed Director Joshua Ng. Alton currently has offices in New York, Dublin, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Beijing.

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