Get current and precise weather conditions (METAR) as well as weather forecasts (TAF), which are used by pilots for their flight preparations.
You can choose worldwide airport weather stations from the built-in database by either name or ICAO code. Data will be shown in its original format or fully decoded into easy understandable texts.
Try out AeroWeather Lite for free first.
New to AeroWeather or unsure about what settings exactly do?
Get even more functionality with AeroWeather Pro. It has all features of the freely available AeroWeather Lite app plus many more:
- universal app (iPhone & iPad)
- includes Apple Watch app and complication
- displays webcams nearby airfields (provided by www.webcams.travel)
- aerodrome NOTAM (provided by FAA), incl. print and mail
- runway data
- sunrise/sunset, twilight, and moon data
- built-in group “nearby” always shows weather in your area
- create groups of stations and have them sorted individually
- displays optionally up to 12 hours of previous METAR’s (raw format only)
- possibility to add own comments for each station
- improved search includes filters for name, ICAO, IATA, and country (resp. states for US and Canada)
- e-mail and print raw METAR/TAF of groups and individual stations (plus SMS for METAR or TAF)
- data sharing to Facebook and Twitter
- switch between day and nighttime display mode
- animated base-reflectivity, velocity, and percipitation radar within detail view (US coverage only)
- animated percipitation radar within detail view (Canadian coverage only)
- details of US airports include AWOS information (type, frequency, and clickable phone number)
- built-in links to airport data and chart (provided by iFlightPlanner)
- backup and restore user data with a Dropbox account* or all user data can also be backuped & restored via e-mail (useful in case of re-installing app or to transferring data to different iPhone/iPod touch/iPad)
Available in Chinese, Danish, Dutch, English, German, Finnish, French, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish, and Swedish.
*requires (free) Dropbox account (www.dropbox.com)
AeroWeather Pro uses weather data from freely available US NOAA and FAA services, which cannot be guaranteed. The cost for AeroWeather Pro is just for creation of the app and not to pay for any weather data. There are no additional charges for freely available weather data sources. There might be in-app purchases of additional data in future for data which I have to pay for as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
The app crashes at startup or quits right after startup.
Go to iPhone/iPad Settings and choose “AeroWeather”, and switch on “Recover App”. Next, kill the app thru task bar (double-click home button and swipe the AeroWeather view to the top) and start it again.
How can I change group names or change sort order within a group?
Simply tap on the blue circled i button on the right side of the group name.
The wind direction arrow points in the wrong direction.
You can set the wind direction arrow to “from” or “to” in the option menu “Format”.
How do I change temperature to Fahrenheit?
Tap on the “i” icon to go to the format and unit settings. Switch off “Original station units” and set unit for temperature below accordingly.
Temperatures in METAR/TAF are always in Celsius. So if “Original station units” is on, it’ll always display in Celsius.
A station displays always just “data not available” only.
Some stations do not (or just during daytime) report data or US NOAA does not provide them. Please find another airport station nearby.
The airport/station is not shown when clicking on maps.
Some coordinates may not be accurate anymore. Just mail me the ICAO codes and I’ll have them fixed.
The application crashes!
This can happen when the METAR/TAF of a station is really malformatted (which unfortunately does happen). If possible, mail me the METAR/TAF or at least the ICAO codes/stations names so I can enhance the parsing process (you may check the raw data directly from http://adds.aviationweather.noaa.gov/metars/).
Contact us if you have a question, found a bug, have suggestions, or can offer translations for AeroWeather.
Chinese by 邵大海
Danish by Jacob Olsen
Dutch by Marcel Lindenbergh
Finnish by Matti Karjalainen
French by Patrick Scheidegger
Italian by PJ Lansbergen a.k.a. Gran Maestro
Japanese by 寺島千晶
Norwegian by Leif Eirik Skaue
Polish by Marcin Leszczuk
Portuguese (Brazilian) by Vinicius Ayres de Araujo (Comanche – 183.599) based on version by Marcello Marques Loriato (LTO)
Spanish by Alejandro Radina
Swedish by Bengt Bergholm