Get live aviation data for pilots. Ask questions about METARs, TAFs, NOTAMs for flight planning.
C3 Glide is a plugin that provides pilots with live aviation data through a chat interface. The plugin can retrieve surface observations and predictive atmospheric conditions for a particular airfield or reporting station, as well as reports detailing special events or conditions affecting airport and flight operations. The geographic location(s) or reporting station(s) can be represented using ICAO and IATA airport codes or latitude and longitude coordinates. C3 Glide can also retrieve NOTAMs with different codes that specify the type of information being requested. Pilots can supply a date and/or time for their request and get the relevant data in UTC. With C3 Glide, pilots can get the information they need for flight planning with ease.
Learn how to use C3 Glide effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "What's the current weather at Los Angeles International Airport?"
Prompt 2: "Give me the forecast for JFK Airport for tomorrow."
Prompt 3: "Are there any NOTAMs affecting flights at Heathrow?"
Prompt 4: "Get me the METAR and TAF reports for San Francisco International Airport."
Prompt 5: "Is there any NOTAM information for Chicago O'Hare Airport?"
Features and commands
|This command retrieves the METAR reports, which are surface observations of weather conditions, for one or more specific airport locations. You need to provide the airport codes or geographic coordinates.|
|This command retrieves the TAF reports, which are predictive atmospheric conditions, for one or more specific airport locations. You need to provide the airport codes or geographic coordinates.|
|This command retrieves the NOTAM reports, which detail special events or conditions affecting airport and flight operations, for one or more specific airport locations. You need to provide the airport codes or geographic coordinates, as well as the letter code specifying the type of NOTAM (X, A, C, F, I, or O).|
|This command allows you to specify a start and end date and time for your request in UTC format. You need to provide the date and time values using the format: |