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The winds blowing from the horse latitudes (30°N/30°S) to the doldrums (10°N/10°S). These winds tend to follow the pressure gradient directed toward the equator but are deflected to the right or left in each hemisphere, becoming northeast and southeast. Their average speed is 10 to 15 knots, and they attain their maximum speed in the summer months. The weather in the areas of tradewinds is generally fair.
traffic
i. The number of aircraft flying in one region at one time.
ii. The number of landings and takeoffs at an airport in a given period, usually one year.
iii. One aircraft in flight as observed or reported by another in the vicinity.
iv. The number of messages sent or received on a telecommunications system.
v. The passenger miles or tons-kilometers carried by an operator.
vi. A term used by a controller to transfer radar identification of an aircraft to another controller to coordinate a separation action.
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