Space Weather (SWX) Advisory 
The Sun is the source of space weather. When violent solar phenomena occur, they create space weather effects on Earth, which can pose a hazard for human activities. Space weather events occur when the Sun causes disruptions to aviation communications, navigation and surveillance systems, and elevates radiation dose levels at flight altitudes. Space weather forecasts for international air navigation, address particular types of disturbances, i.e. solar radiation storms, geomagnetic storms, ionospheric storms, and solar flares. These forecasts enable operators the opportunity to be aware and to provide alternative plans should normal operations are affected.
Tuesday, June 15, 2021 (15:00 UTC)
Common impact of Space weather to aviation:
-- There are currently no global space weather advisories for RADIATION --
Designated ICAO centers thar are responsible for issuing space weather advisories:
  • PECASUS (Pan-European Consortium for Aviation Space Weather User Services)
  • ACFJ (Australia, Canada, France, Japan)
  • NOAA SWPC (Space Weather Prediction Center) - United States


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