Operational Flight Information Service

Operational Flight Information Service

Operational Flight Information Service (OFIS) ist ein automatischer Rundfunkdienst in der Luftfahrt, der an bestimmten Punkten einer Flugstrecke zum Erhalt diverser Fluginformationen wie meteorologischer Daten, genutzt werden kann. Eine Art des OFIS-Dienstes ist Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS).

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