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Rules and Regulations Changed

I know Rules and Regulations are things everyone hates to read; but they are required for organizations such as WestWind. The Executive Committee has voted to amend/update the Rules and Regulations page. It is highly suggested that each pilot review the updated Rules and Regulations. We May ask for an acknowledgment that you have read the updated Rules and Regulations page at a later time.

(Posted 7/14/2019)

WestWind Welcomes Returning Pilot Ed Bingler WWA2845

WestWind announces the return of Senior Command Captain Edward Bingler WWA2845 to Dallas. Ed has 293 flights with WestWind encompassing some 827,320 nautical miles. Ed favors the B744, B748, B788 and to a lesser extent the A321. Please extend a warm welcome back to Ed as he begins again in Dallas.

(Posted 7/12/2019)

First Named Atlantic Storm To Strike Louisiana Tonight

Tropical Storm Berry, located off the mouth of the Mississippi River is due to make landfall in Louisiana later today or tomorrow just after enough strengthening to be rated as a Hurricane. WestWind Hubs at Dallas, Atlanta, and Miami are reporting normal operations. For pilots located in the area, please take adequate precautions and preparations for this approaching storm.

Berry is expected to produce allot of rainfall as it moves on shore and dissipates. Unfortunately, The storm appears to be slow-moving which will contribute to the anticipated large rainfall totals. Forecasted totals are up to 25 inches in the immediate area of the storm and as much as 12 inches over the entire area. Extreme flooding is predicted.

All WestWind members in the immediate storm area are advised to monitor local authorities for updates and warnings.

WestWind management is monitoring the situation on the South Central Gulf Coast as the storm makes landfall and dissipates over the course of the next 5 days.

New Orleans, LA -- 16:00Z, 14 July 2019 Operations at airports throughout Louisiana are normal with minimal delays throughout the state; this, according to the FAA's web site for delays. Airports across the rejoin are experiencing delays 15 minutes or less, which is considered normal. BERRY is ashore now and rapidly dissipating. It is expected to be downgraded to a tropical depression later this afternoon. NHC still advises a flood hazard as the storm dissipates.

(Posted 7/12/2019)

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