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Section 3.  General NOTAMs

 

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FDC 3/4343 FDC FI/P CHART CORRECTION US GOVT IFR LOW ALTITUDE CHART L-1, PANEL B, EFFECTIVE 22 AUG 2013: REMOVE MRA AT HARZL REPT (451153N 1221251W).

FDC 3/4339 FDC FI/P CHART CORRECT U.S. GOVT LAS VEGAS VFR TERMINAL AERONAUTICAL CHART (TAC)/FLYWAY, 79TH EDITION, EFF 22 AUG 2013. REVISE HENDERSON, NV CLASS D AIRSPACE TO THAT AIRSPACE EXTENDING UPWARD FROM THE SURFACE TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 4,000 FEET MSL WITHIN A 4.1 MILE RADIUS OF HENDERSON AIRPORT (35-58-35N, 115-07-58W), EXCLUDING LAS VEGAS CLASS B AIRSPACE. THIS CLASS D AIRSPACE AREA IS EFFECTIVE DURING THE SPECIFIC DATES AND TIMES ESTABLISHED IN ADVANCE BY A NOTICE TO AIRMEN. THE EFFECTIVE DATE AND TIME WILL THEREAFTER BE CONTINUOUSLY PUBLISHED IN THE AIRPORT/FACILITY DIRECTORY.

FDC 3/2814 ZZZ SPECIAL NOTICE ... GPS INTERFERENCE IN THE VICINITY OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA ... EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. U.S. FLIGHT OPERATORS FLYING IN THE VICINITY OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA ARE ADVISED THAT INTERFERENCE OR DISRUPTION OF THEIR GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEMS COULD BE EXPERIENCED WHILE FLYING INTO OR OUT OF THE AREA. NOTABLY, AIRCRAFT GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEMS HAVE EXPERIENCED INTERFERENCE DURING PERIODS OF JOINT MILITARY EXERCISES. PILOTS SHOULD BE PREPARED TO USE NON-GPS NAVIGATIONAL AIDS IN THE EVENT THAT INTERFERENCE IS ENCOUNTERED. REPORT ANY GPS INTERFERENCE ENCOUNTERED IN THE VICINITY OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA TO THE FAA AT AEO-CITEWATCH@FAA.GOV OR AT +1 202-493-5833 OR +1 202­267-3333." THE NEED FOR THIS SPECIAL NOTICE WILL BE RE-EVALUATED BY 01 MARCH 2014.

FDC 3/2509 FDC ******ATTENTION ALL NOTAM USERS****** THE UNITED STATES NOTICE TO AIRMEN (NOTAM) SYSTEM MAINTENANCE OUTAGE SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 22, 2013 AT 0500 UTC IS POSTPONED UNTIL OCTOBER 01, 2013. ADDITIONAL MESSAGES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AS THE NEW MAINTENANCE DATE (OCTOBER 1ST) APPROACHES. THIS WILL ALSO AFFECT THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION NOTAM POLICY 7930.2 N. PLEASE CONTACT THE AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS CUSTOMER SUPPORT GROUP FOR ANY MAINTENANCE INQUIRIES OR CONCERNS YOU MAY HAVE AT TELEPHONE: 866-466-1336 OR E-MAIL 7-AWA-NAIMES@FAA.GOV. THANK FOR YOUR PATIENCE REGARDING THIS SYSTEM MAINTENANCE.

FDC 3/6802 FDC FI/P CHART CORRECTION U.S. GOV IFR LOW ALTITDE CHART L-25 PANEL D, EFFECTIVE 9 AUG 2013: V-20/V-222 247 RADIAL OUT OF BARRETTS MOUNTAIN AT 17 DME ADD FIX NAME VAESE, 33 43.9N-81 33.0W

FDC 3/2297 FDC FI/P CHART CORRECTION US GOVT IFR LOW ALTITUDE CHART L-26, PANEL H, EFFECTIVE JUNE 27 2013: BY ADDING MEA BREAK ON V-519 AT FIX TELOC 33 NM NORTHEAST OF GLADE SPRING (GZG) VOR/DME.

 

FDC 3/0978 ZZZ YEMEN ... SPECIAL NOTICE... DUE TO TERRORIST ACTIVITIES AND CIVIL INSURGENTS IN THE REGION POSSESS MAN-PORTABLE AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS (MANPADS) AND INDIRECT FIRE WEAPONS, AND HAVE THREATENED AND TARGETED BOTH INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION AND AIRPORTS IN COUNTRY MOST NOTABLY, SANA A INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (OYSN). U.S. OPERATORS PLANNING TO FLY INTO, OUT OF, OR OVERYEMEN AT OR BELOW FL240 MUST OBTAIN CURRENT THREAT INFORMATION, COMPLY WITH ALL APPLICABLE FAA REGULATIONS AND DIRECTIVES, AND PROVIDE ADVANCE NOTICE TO THE FAA AT AEO-CITEWATCH@FAA.GOV WITH SPECIFIC FLIGHT DETAILS. ADDITIONALLY, U.S. OPERATORS MUST REPORT SECURITY INCIDENTS TO THE FAA AT +1 202-493-5833 OR +1 202-267-3333. THE SECURITY CONDITIONS IN YEMEN FOR U.S. OPERATORS AND THE NEED FOR THIS SPECIAL NOTICE WILL BE RE-EVALUATED BY 13 DECEMBER 2013. THE FAA HAS PROVIDED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN THE INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT INFORMATION MANUAL AT: HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/AIR_TRAFFIC/PUBLICATIONS/IFIM/US_RESTRICTIONS/   

FDC 3/9420 ZZZ MALI ...SPECIAL NOTICE... EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. U.S. FLIGHT OPERATORS SHOULD AVOID OPERATING INTO, OUT OF, WITHIN OR OVER MALI AT OR BELOW FL240 DUE TO INSURGENT ACTIVITY. THERE IS RISK TO THE SAFETY OF U.S. CIVIL FLIGHTS OPERATING INTO, OUT OF, WITHIN OR OVER MALI FROM SMALL-ARMS, ROCKET-PROPELLED GRENADES, ANTI-AIRCRAFT FIRE AND SHOULDER-FIRED, MAN-PORTABLE AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS (MANPADS). U.S. OPERATORS PLANNING TO FLY INTO, OUT OF, WITHIN, OR OVER MALI AT OR BELOW FL240 MUST OBTAIN CURRENT THREAT INFORMATION; COMPLY WITH ALL APPLICABLE FAA REGULATIONS, OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS, MANAGEMENT SPECIFICATIONS AND LETTERS OF AUTHORIZATION; AND PROVIDE ADVANCE NOTICE OF PLANNED FLIGHTS TO THE FAA AT AEO-CITEWATCH@FAA.GOV WITH SPECIFIC FLIGHT DETAILS. ADDITIONALLY, U.S. OPERATORS MUST REPORT SECURITY INCIDENTS TO THE FAA AT +1 202-493­5833 OR +1 202-267-3333. THE SECURITY CONDITIONS IN MALI FOR U.S. OPERATORS AND THE NEED FOR THIS SPECIAL NOTICE WILL BE RE-EVALUATED BY 30 NOVEMBER 2013. THE FAA HAS PROVIDED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN THE INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT INFORMATION MANUAL AT:

HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/AIR_TRAFFIC/PUBLICATIONS/IFIM/US_RESTRICTIONS/  

FDC 3/3013 FDC PART 1 OF 3 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... THIS NOTICE IS THE DEFINITIONS FOR FDC SPECIAL NOTICE NOTAMS 3/2735 AND 3/2768 SEPARATE SPECIAL NOTICES FOR INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT THAT OPERATE TO OR FROM OR WITHIN OR TRANSIT TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE UNITED STATES (U.S.). EFFECTIVE 1307010001 UTC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. IN ADDITION TO THE REQUIREMENTS PRESCRIBED IN 14 CFR PART 99, SECURITY CONTROL OF AIR TRAFFIC, THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS ARE IN EFFECT PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTION 99.7 SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS. DEFINITIONS A. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. MEANS THE AIRSPACE OVER THE U.S., ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS, AND THE AIRSPACE OVERLYING THE TERRITORIAL WATERS BETWEEN THE U.S. COAST AND TWELVE (12) NAUTICAL MILES FROM THE U.S. COAST. B. TO OR FROM MEANS ANY FLIGHT ENTERING U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE END PART 1 OF 3

FDC 3/3013 FDC PART 2 OF 3 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... AFTER DEPARTURE FROM A LOCATION OUTSIDE OF THE U.S. FOR LANDING AT A DESTINATION IN THE U.S., OR EXITING U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE AFTER DEPARTURE FROM A LOCATION IN THE U.S., OR ANY FLIGHT THAT EXITS U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE AND RETURNS INTO U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE TO LAND AT A DESTINATION IN THE U.S. C. TRANSIT MEANS ANY FLIGHT DEPARTING FROM A LOCATION OUTSIDE OF THE U.S., ITS TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS, WHICH OPERATES IN THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. ENROUTE TO A LOCATION OUTSIDE THE U.S., ITS TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS. D. WITHIN MEANS ANY FLIGHT DEPARTING FROM A LOCATION INSIDE OF THE U.S., ITS TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS, WHICH OPERATES IN THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. INTERMEDIATE STOPS, ARE CONSIDERED AIRCRAFT OPERATING WITHIN US TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE. END PART 2 OF 3 FDC 3/3013 FDC PART 3 OF 3 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... NOTE 2: AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS THAT DEPART U.S. AIRPORTS AND TRANSIT CANADIAN, MEXICAN, OR INTERNATIONAL AIRSPACE ENROUTE TO ANOTHER U.S. AIRPORT, WITHOUT ANY INTERMEDIATE STOPS OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES, ARE CONSIDERED AIRCRAFT OPERATING WITHIN US TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE. E. FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA)/TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (TSA) AIRSPACE WAIVER MEANS A GRANT OF RELIEF BY THE FAA/TSA FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OF SPECIFIC REGULATIONS TO THE DEGREE AND FOR THE TIME PERIOD SPECIFIED IN THE WAIVER. F. STATE DEPARTMENT DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRIES ARE CUBA, IRAN, NORTH KOREA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, RUSSIA, SUDAN, AND SYRIA. G. COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT. A COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT IS ANY AIRCRAFT TRANSPORTING PASSENGERS AND/OR CARGO FOR SOME PAYMENT OR OTHER CONSIDERATION, INCLUDING MONEY OR SERVICES RENDERED. END PART 3 OF 3

 

FDC 3/2768 FDC PART 1 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT OF 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS) OR LESS THAT OPERATE TO OR FROM OR WITHIN OR TRANSIT TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE UNITED STATES (U.S.). EFFECTIVE 1307010001 UTC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS NOTICE, AND ANOTHER SEPARATE SPECIAL NOTICE FOR AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT OF MORE THAN 100,309 POUNDS(45,500 KGS), REPLACES PREVIOUSLY ISSUED FDC SPECIAL NOTICE NOTAMS 0/6432 AND 2/5598. IN ADDITION TO THE REQUIREMENTS PRESCRIBED IN 14 CFR PART 99, SECURITY CONTROL OF AIR TRAFFIC, THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS ARE IN EFFECT PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTION 99.7 SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS. PART I. AUTHORIZED OPERATIONS AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT OF 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS) OR LESS, ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE TO OR FROM OR WITHIN OR TRANSIT TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. UNLESS THEY MEET THE CONDITIONS OF ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPHS. IN ADDITION, AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT OF 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS) OR LESS, ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO ENTER UNITED STATES (U.S.) TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE ENROUTE TO PLANNED ALTERNATES END PART 1 OF 10

 

FDC 3/2768 FDC PART 2 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... UNLESS THE OPERATOR MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS LISTED IN THIS NOTICE PRIOR TO LISTING U.S. AIRPORTS AS ALTERNATE LANDING AIRPORTS IN THE AIRCRAFT FLIGHT PLAN. A. ALL FOREIGN AIRCRAFT THAT HAVE A VALID DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE ISSUED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE ARE AUTHORIZED. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE MAY REQUIRE AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION FOR CERTAIN FLIGHTS PRIOR TO ISSUING A DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE. NOTE: FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC AIRCRAFT ARE NOT AUTHORIZED FOR ARRIVAL OR DEPARTURE AT WASHINGTON NATIONAL-RONALD REAGAN AIRPORT (DCA). B. AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN UNITED STATES, MEXICO, CANADA, BAHAMAS, BERMUDA, CAYMAN ISLANDS, AND BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS ARE AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS. AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THESE COUNTRIES ARE ALSO AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE VFR IN AIRPORT TRAFFIC PATTERN AREAS OF UNITED STATES AIRPORTS NEAR THE UNITED STATES BORDER. HOWEVER, IF THE AIRCRAFT DEPARTS THE AIRPORT VFR PATTERN AT ANY TIME AND TRANSITS CANADIAN, MEXICAN, OR INTERNATIONAL AIRSPACE ENROUTE TO ANOTHER AIRPORT, THE REQUIREMENTS OF PARAGRAPHS F. THROUGH J. APPLY. C. U.S. MILITARY, AIR AMBULANCE, FIRE FIGHTING, LAW ENFORCEMENT, END PART 2 OF 10

FDC 3/2768 FDC PART 3 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... RESCUE RECOVERY, AND EMERGENCY EVACUATION AIRCRAFT ENGAGED IN OPERATIONS WITHIN 50 NM OF THE BORDER ARE AUTHORIZED ONLY WITH AN ATC­ASSIGNED DISCRETE BEACON CODE. THIS REQUIREMENT IS APPLICABLE IF CONDUCTING OPERATIONS THAT OPERATIONS IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH 6: 1. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN; 2. ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ISSUED TRANSPONDER CODE; 3. MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC; 4. OPERATIONAL CONTROL IS BY A U.S. COMPANY; 5. A U.S. LICENSED PILOT IS PILOT IN COMMAND; 6. MAINTENANCE FLIGHT IS INCLUDED IN THE REMARKS SECTION OF THE FLIGHT PLAN. END PART 3 OF 10

FDC 3/2768 FDC PART 4 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... F. AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES ARE AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE TO OR FROM THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S., IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH 4: 1. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (DVFR INCLUDED); 2. ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ISSUED TRANSPONDER CODE; 3. MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC; 4. COMPLY WITH ALL U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS INCLUDING ADVANCE PASSENGER INFORMATION SYSTEM (APIS) REQUIREMENTS IN 19 CFR PART 122. G. AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES ARE AUTHORIZED TO TRANSIT THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S., IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH 3: 1. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (DVFR INCLUDED); 2. ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ISSUED TRANSPONDER CODE; 3. MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC. H. AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN MEXICO, CANADA, BAHAMAS, BERMUDA, CAYMAN ISLANDS, AND BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS ARE AUTHORIZED TO TRANSIT THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S., IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH 3: END PART 4 OF 10

 

FDC 3/2768 FDC PART 5 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... 1. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE DIRECT FLIGHT PLAN (DVFR INCLUDED) THAT ENTERS U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE DIRECTLY FROM ANY OF THE COUNTRIES LISTED IN THIS PARAGRAPH. FLIGHTS THAT INCLUDE ANY STOP IN A NON-LISTED COUNTRY MUST COMPLY WITH ALL REQUIREMENTS FOR OTHER FOREIGN REGISTERED AIRCRAFT IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH L OF THIS NOTICE; 2. ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ISSUED TRANSPONDER CODE; 3. MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC. I. AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES, MEXICO, OR CANADA AND OPERATING WITHOUT AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND/OR WITHOUT THE ABILITY TO MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC ARE AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE TO OR FROM THE U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE IN ALASKA, IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH 4: 1. ENTER AND EXIT ALASKAN AIRSPACE BETWEEN CANADA AND ALASKA NORTH OF THE FIFTY-FOURTH PARALLEL; 2. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN; 3. SQUAWK 1200 IF VFR AND EQUIPPED WITH A TRANSPONDER; 4. COMPLY WITH ALL U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS INCLUDING APIS REQUIREMENTS IN 19 CFR PART 122. J. AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES, MEXICO, OR CANADA AND OPERATING WITHOUT AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND/OR END PART 5 OF 10

FDC 3/2768 FDC PART 6 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... WITHOUT THE ABILITY TO MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC ARE AUTHORIZED TO TRANSIT THE U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE IN ALASKA, IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH 3: 1. ENTER AND EXIT ALASKAN AIRSPACE BETWEEN CANADA AND ALASKA NORTH OF THE FIFTY-FOURTH PARALLEL; 2. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN; 3. SQUAWK 1200 IF VFR AND EQUIPPED WITH A TRANSPONDER; K. FOREIGN REGISTERED AIRCRAFT OPERATING TO OR FROM THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED IN PARAGRAPHS A-J OF THIS PART, ARE AUTHORIZED IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH 5: 1. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (DVFR INCLUDED); 2. ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ISSUED TRANSPONDER CODE; 3. MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC; 4. COMPLY WITH ALL U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS INCLUDING APIS REQUIREMENTS IN 19 CFR PART 122; 5. ARE ALSO IN RECEIPT DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY OR IS OPERATING WITH THE ICAO THREE LETTER DESIGNATOR COUNTRY, UNLESS THE OPERATOR HAS FAA PART END PART 6 OF 10

FDC 3/2768 FDC PART 7 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... 129 OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS. FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION IN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE MAY BE GRANTED ONLY FOR INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES (IFR) OPERATIONS. VFR FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED IN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE FOR ANY AIRCRAFT REQUIRING AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION. L. FOREIGN REGISTERED AIRCRAFT TRANSITING OR OPERATING WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED IN PARAGRAPHS A-K OF THIS PART, ARE AUTHORIZED IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH 5: 1. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (DVFR INCLUDED); 2. ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ISSUED TRANSPONDER CODE; 3. MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC; 4. ARE OPERATING UNDER AN APPROVED TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAM OR ARE OPERATING WITH AN FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVER; 5. ARE ALSO IN RECEIPT OF AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION IF THE AIRCRAFT IS REGISTERED IN A STATE DEPARTMENT DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY OR IS OPERATING WITH THE ICAO THREE LETTER DESIGNATOR OF A COMPANY IN A COUNTRY LISTED AS A STATE DEPARTMENT DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY, UNLESS THE OPERATOR HAS FAA PART 129 OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS. FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION IN U.S. END PART 7 OF 10

FDC 3/2768 FDC PART 8 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE MAY BE GRANTED ONLY FOR INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES (IFR) OPERATIONS. VFR FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED IN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE FOR ANY AIRCRAFT REQUIRING AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION. PART II. FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVERS, TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMS, FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATIONS, APIS, AND STATE DEPARTMENT DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCES A. FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVERS 1. OPERATORS MAY SUBMIT REQUESTS FOR FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVERS AT HTTPS://WAIVERS.FAA.GOV. (CASE SENSITIVE-USE LOWER CASE ONLY) BY SELECTING INTERNATIONAL AS THE WAIVER TYPE. 2. INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND AT: HTTP://WWW.TSA.GOV/STAKEHOLDERS/AIRSPACE-WAIVERS-0 (CASE SENSITIVE-USE LOWER CASE ONLY) OR CAN BE OBTAINED BY CONTACTING TSA AT 571-227-2071. 3. FOR EMERGENCY OR SHORT NOTICE REQUESTS, CONTACT TSA AT 571-227-2071 OR AFTER HOURS AT 703-563-3218. 4. ALL EXISTING FAA/TSA WAIVERS UNDER FDC NOTAM 0/6432 REMAIN VALID FOR THE SPECIFIED END DATE IN WAIVER. B. TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMS 1. INFORMATION REGARDING TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMS FOR GENERAL AVIATION OPERATIONS IS AVAILABLE AT: HTTP://WWW.TSA.GOV/STAKEHOLDERS/SECURITY­PROGRAMS-AND-INITIATIVES. END PART 8 OF 10

FDC 3/2768 FDC PART 9 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... (CASE SENSITIVE-USE LOWER CASE ONLY). 2. CONTACTS FOR INFORMATION REGARDING TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMS WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DURING THE COMMERCIAL CERTIFICATION PROCESS. U.S. COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CONTACT THEIR TSA PRINCIPAL SECURITY SPECIALIST (PSS). FOREIGN AIR CARRIERS CONTACT THEIR INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVE (IIR). C. FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION INFORMATION APPLICABLE TO STATE DEPARTMENT DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST FLIGHT OPERATIONS IN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE IS AVAILABLE BY COUNTRY AT: HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/AIR_TRAFFIC/PUBLICATIONS/IFIM/US_RESTRICTIONS/ (CASE SENSITIVE-USE LOWER CASE ONLY) OR BY CONTACTING THE FAA SYSTEM OPERATIONS SUPPORT CENTER (SOSC) AT 202-267-8115. D. U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION ADVANCE PASSENGER INFORMATION SYSTEM (APIS) REQUIREMENTS ARE AVAILABLE AT HTTP://WWW.CBP.GOV E. STATE DEPARTMENT DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE INFORMATION APPLICABLE TO ALL FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC FLIGHTS OPERATING IN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE IS AVAILABLE AT: HTTP://WWW.USEG.ORG/USEG.HTML (CASE SENSITIVE-USE LOWER CASE ONLY) OR CONTACT THE STATE DEPARTMENT AT 202-736-7158 OR AFTER HOURS AT 202-647­9000. PART III. SPECIAL NOTICE END PART 9 OF 10

 

FDC 3/2768 FDC PART 10 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... A. PILOTS ARE REMINDED THAT THERE ARE INCREASED SECURITY MEASURES IN PLACE AT MANY AREAS. IN ACCORDANCE WITH 14 CFR SECTION 91.103, PRIOR TO DEPARTURE, PILOTS MUST OBTAIN PERTINENT FLIGHT INFORMATION, INCLUDING ANY TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS ALONG THEIR ROUTE OF FLIGHT OR AT THEIR POINT OF DEPARTURE/ARRIVAL. B. NONCOMPLIANCE WITH THE SECURITY REQUIREMENTS IN THIS SPECIAL NOTICE MAY RESULT IN THE FLIGHT BEING DENIED ENTRY INTO THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. OR GROUND STOPPED AT A U.S. AIRPORT DESIGNATED BY THE FAA AND/OR TSA. C. ANY PERSON WHO KNOWINGLY OR WILLFULLY VIOLATES THE RULES CONCERNING OPERATIONS IN THIS SPECIAL NOTICE MAY BE SUBJECT TO CERTAIN CRIMINAL PENALTIES UNDER 49 USC 46307. PILOTS WHO DO NOT ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES MAY BE INTERCEPTED, DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT/USSS/SECURITY PERSONNEL. D. SEPARATE SPECIAL NOTICE NOTAM ISSUED FOR DEFINITIONS. END PART 10 OF 10

FDC 3/2735 FDC PART 1 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT MORE THAN 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS) THAT OPERATE TO OR FROM OR WITHIN OR TRANSIT TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE UNITED STATES (U.S.). EFFECTIVE 1307010001 UTC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS NOTICE, AND ANOTHER SEPARATE SPECIAL NOTICE NOTAM FOR AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT OF 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS) OR LESS, REPLACES PREVIOUSLY ISSUED FDC SPECIAL NOTICE NOTAMS 0/6433 AND 2/5598. IN ADDITION TO THE REQUIREMENTS PRESCRIBED IN 14 CFR PART 99, SECURITY CONTROL OF AIR TRAFFIC, THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS ARE IN EFFECT PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTION 99.7 SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS. PART I. AUTHORIZED OPERATIONS AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT MORE THAN 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS), ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE TO OR FROM END PART 1 OF 10

 

FDC 3/2735 FDC PART 2 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... OR WITHIN OR TRANSIT TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. UNLESS THEY MEET THE CONDITIONS OF ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPHS. IN ADDITION, AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT MORE THAN 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS), ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO ENTER UNITED STATES (U.S.) TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE ENROUTE TO PLANNED ALTERNATES UNLESS THE OPERATOR MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS LISTED IN THIS NOTICE PRIOR TO LISTING U.S. AIRPORTS AS ALTERNATE LANDING AIRPORTS IN THE AIRCRAFT FLIGHT PLAN. A. ALL FOREIGN AIRCRAFT THAT HAVE A VALID DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE ISSUED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE ARE AUTHORIZED. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE MAY REQUIRE AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION FOR CERTAIN FLIGHTS PRIOR TO ISSUING A DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE. NOTE: FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC AIRCRAFT ARE NOT AUTHORIZED FOR ARRIVAL OR DEPARTURE AT WASHINGTON NATIONAL­RONALD REAGAN AIRPORT (DCA). B. AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES ARE AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS. AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES ARE ALSO AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE VFR IN AIRPORT TRAFFIC PATTERN AREAS OF END PART 2 OF 10

FDC 3/2735 FDC PART 3 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... UNITED STATES AIRPORTS NEAR THE UNITED STATES BORDER. HOWEVER, IF THE AIRCRAFT DEPARTS THE AIRPORT VFR PATTERN AT ANY TIME AND TRANSITS CANADIAN, MEXICAN, OR INTERNATIONAL AIRSPACE ENROUTE TO ANOTHER AIRPORT, THE REQUIREMENTS OF PARAGRAPHS E. AND F. APPLY. C. U.S. MILITARY, AIR AMBULANCE, FIRE FIGHTING, LAW ENFORCEMENT, RESCUE RECOVERY, AND EMERGENCY EVACUATION AIRCRAFT ENGAGED IN OPERATIONS WITHIN 50 NM OF THE BORDER ARE AUTHORIZED ONLY WITH AN ATC-ASSIGNED DISCRETE BEACON CODE. THIS REQUIREMENT IS APPLICABLE IF CONDUCTING OPERATIONS THAT EXIT AND REENTER OR CROSS IN AND OUT OF TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE UNITED STATES. D. CANADIAN AND MEXICAN AIR AMBULANCE, FIRE FIGHTING, LAW ENFORCEMENT, RESCUE RECOVERY, AND EMERGENCY EVACUATION AIRCRAFT ENGAGED IN OPERATIONS WITHIN 50 NM OF THE BORDER, WITH OR WITHOUT AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN, ARE AUTHORIZED WITH AN ATC-ASSIGNED DISCRETE BEACON CODE. E. U.S REGISTERED AIRCRAFT ARE AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE TO OR FROM TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 END PART 3 OF 10

 

FDC 3/2735 FDC PART 4 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... THROUGH 4: 1. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (DVFR INCLUDED); 2. ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ISSUED TRANSPONDER CODE; 3. MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC; 4. COMPLY WITH ALL U.S. CUSTOMS REQUIREMENTS INCLUDING ADVANCE PASSENGER INFORMATION SYSTEM (APIS) REQUIREMENTS IN 19 CFR PART 122 F. U.S REGISTERED AIRCRAFT ARE AUTHORIZED TO TRANSIT TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH 4: 1. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (DVFR INCLUDED); 2. ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ISSUED TRANSPONDER CODE; 3. MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC; 4. ARE OPERATING UNDER AN APPROVED TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAM OR ARE OPERATING WITH AN FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVER. G. FOREIGN REGISTERED AIRCRAFT OPERATING TO OR FROM THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED IN PARAGRAPHS A-F OF THIS PART, ARE AUTHORIZED IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH END PART 4 OF 10

FDC 3/2735 FDC PART 5 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... 5: 1. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (DVFR INCLUDED); 2. ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ISSUED TRANSPONDER CODE; 3. MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC; 4. COMPLY WITH ALL U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS INCLUDING APIS REQUIREMENTS IN 19 CFR PART 122; 5. ARE ALSO IN RECEIPT OF AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION IF THE AIRCRAFT IS REGISTERED IN A STATE DEPARTMENT DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY OR IS OPERATING WITH THE ICAO THREE LETTER DESIGNATOR OF A COMPANY IN A COUNTRY LISTED AS A STATE DEPARTMENT DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY, UNLESS THE OPERATOR HAS FAA PART 129 OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS. FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION IN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE MAY BE GRANTED ONLY FOR INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES (IFR) OPERATIONS. VFR FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED IN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE FOR ANY AIRCRAFT REQUIRING AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION. H. FOREIGN REGISTERED AIRCRAFT TRANSITING OR OPERATING WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED IN END PART 5 OF 10

FDC 3/2735 FDC PART 6 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... PARAGRAPHS A-G OF THIS PART, ARE AUTHORIZED IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH CONDITIONS 1 THROUGH 5: 1. FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (DVFR INCLUDED); 2. ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ISSUED TRANSPONDER CODE; 3. MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC; 4. ARE OPERATING UNDER AN APPROVED TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAM OR ARE OPERATING WITH AN FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVER; 5. ARE ALSO IN RECEIPT OF AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION IF THE AIRCRAFT IS REGISTERED IN A STATE DEPARTMENT DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY OR IS OPERATING WITH THE ICAO THREE LETTER DESIGNATOR OF A COMPANY IN A COUNTRY LISTED AS A STATE DEPARTMENT DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY, UNLESS THE OPERATOR HAS FAA PART 129 OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS. FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION IN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE MAY BE GRANTED ONLY FOR INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES (IFR) OPERATIONS. VFR FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED IN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE FOR ANY AIRCRAFT REQUIRING AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION. PART II. FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVERS, TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMS, END PART 6 OF 10

FDC 3/2735 FDC PART 7 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATIONS, APIS, AND STATE DEPARTMENT DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCES A. FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVERS 1. OPERATORS MAY SUBMIT REQUESTS FOR FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVERS AT HTTPS://WAIVERS.FAA.GOV. (CASE SENSITIVE-USE LOWER CASE ONLY) BY SELECTING INTERNATIONAL AS THE WAIVER TYPE. 2. INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND AT: HTTP://WWW.TSA.GOV/STAKEHOLDERS/AIRSPACE-WAIVERS-0. (CASE SENSITIVE-USE LOWER CASE ONLY) OR CAN BE OBTAINED BY CONTACTING TSA AT 571-227-2071. 3. FOR EMERGENCY OR SHORT NOTICE REQUESTS, CONTACT TSA AT 571-227-2071 OR AFTER HOURS AT 703-563-3218. 4. ALL EXISTING FAA/TSA WAIVERS UNDER FDC NOTAM 0/6433 REMAIN VALID FOR THE SPECIFIED END DATE IN WAIVER. B. TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMS 1. INFORMATION REGARDING TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMS FOR GENERAL AVIATION OPERATIONS IS AVAILABLE AT:

 HTTP://WWW.TSA.GOV/STAKEHOLDERS/SECURITY-PROGRAMS-AND­INITIATIVES . END PART 7 OF 10

FDC 3/2735 FDC PART 8 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... (CASE SENSITIVE-USE LOWER CASE ONLY). 2. CONTACTS FOR INFORMATION REGARDING TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMS WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DURING THE COMMERCIAL CERTIFICATION PROCESS. U.S. COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CONTACT THEIR TSA PRINCIPAL SECURITY SPECIALIST (PSS). FOREIGN AIR CARRIERS CONTACT THEIR INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVE (IIR). C. FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION INFORMATION APPLICABLE TO STATE DEPARTMENT DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST FLIGHT OPERATIONS IN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE IS AVAILABLE BY COUNTRY AT: HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/AIR_TRAFFIC/PUBLICATIONS/IFIM/US_RESTRICTIONS/ (CASE SENSITIVE-USE LOWER CASE ONLY) OR BY CONTACTING THE FAA SYSTEM OPERATIONS SUPPORT CENTER (SOSC) AT 202-267-8115. D. U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION ADVANCE PASSENGER INFORMATION SYSTEM (APIS) REQUIREMENTS ARE AVAILABLE AT: HTTP://WWW.CBP.GOV E. STATE DEPARTMENT DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE INFORMATION APPLICABLE TO ALL FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC FLIGHTS OPERATING IN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE IS AVAILABLE AT: HTTP://WWW.USEG.ORG/USEG.HTML (CASE SENSITIVE-USE END PART 8 OF 10

 

FDC 3/2735 FDC PART 9 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... LOWER CASE ONLY) OR CONTACT THE STATE DEPARTMENT AT 202-736-7158 OR AFTER HOURS AT 202-647-9000. PART III. SPECIAL NOTICE A. PILOTS ARE REMINDED THAT THERE ARE INCREASED SECURITY MEASURES IN PLACE AT MANY AREAS. IN ACCORDANCE WITH 14 CFR SECTION 91.103, PRIOR TO DEPARTURE, PILOTS MUST OBTAIN PERTINENT FLIGHT INFORMATION, INCLUDING ANY TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS ALONG THEIR ROUTE OF FLIGHT OR AT THEIR POINT OF DEPARTURE/ARRIVAL. B. NONCOMPLIANCE WITH THE SECURITY REQUIREMENTS IN THIS SPECIAL NOTICE MAY RESULT IN THE FLIGHT BEING DENIED ENTRY INTO THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. OR GROUND STOPPED AT A U.S. AIRPORT DESIGNATED BY THE FAA AND/OR TSA. C. ANY PERSON WHO KNOWINGLY OR WILLFULLY VIOLATES THE RULES CONCERNING OPERATIONS IN THIS SPECIAL NOTICE MAY BE SUBJECT TO CERTAIN CRIMINAL PENALTIES UNDER 49 USC 46307. PILOTS WHO DO NOT ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES MAY BE INTERCEPTED, DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT/USSS/SECURITY PERSONNEL. END PART 9 OF 10

FDC 3/2735 FDC PART 10 OF 10 ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... D. SEPARATE SPECIAL NOTICE NOTAM ISSUED FOR DEFINITIONS. END PART 10 OF 10

FDC 3/3120 ZZZ PART 1 OF 2 ....SYRIA ... SPECIAL NOTICE... EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. POTENTIALLY HOSTILE SITUATION - UNITED STATES (U.S.) FLIGHT OPERATIONS INTO, OUT OF, OR OVER SYRIA. U.S. OPERATORS AND AIRMEN SHOULD AVOID OPERATING IN THE DAMASCUS FLIGHT INFORMATION REGION (FIR) DUE TO ONGOING MILITARY ACTIVITY. THERE IS SIGNIFICANT RISK TO THE SAFETY OF INTERNATIONAL CIVIL FLIGHTS OPERATING WITHIN THE DAMASCUS FIR (OSDI). INFORMATION FROM THE INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION AND OPEN SOURCE REPORTS OF SURFACE TO AIR MISSLE FIRINGS, AS WELL AS MILITARY ACTIVITY IN THE VICINITY OF AIRFIELDS, INDICATES OPERATING IN THE DAMASCUS FIR IS HAZARDOUS TO FLIGHT OPERATIONS. U.S. OPERATORS OR AIRMEN PLANNING TO FLY INTO, OUT OF, WITHIN OR OVER SYRIA MUST OBTAIN CURRENT THREAT INFORMATION, COMPLY WITH ALL APPLICABLE FAA REGULATIONS AND DIRECTIVES, AND PROVIDE ADDITIONALLY, U.S. OPERATORS MUST REPORT SECURITY INCIDENTS TO THE FAA AT +1 202-493-5833 OR +1 202-267-3333. END PART 1 OF 2

FDC 3/3120 ZZZ PART 2 OF 2 ....SYRIA ... SPECIAL NOTICE... THE SECURITY CONDITIONS IN SYRIA FOR U.S. OPERATORS AND THE NEED FOR THIS SPECIAL NOTICE WILL BE RE-EVALUATED BY 30 NOVEMBER 2013. THE FAA HAS PROVIDED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN THE INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT INFORMATION MANUAL AT: HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/AIR_TRAFFIC/PUBLICATIONS/IFIM/US_RESTRICTIONS END PART 2 OF 2

FDC 3/6396 FDC FI/P CHART CORRECT U.S. GOVT DENVER TERMINAL AERA CHART (TAC) AND FLYWAY PLANNING CHART, 79TH EDITION, EFF 10 JAN 2013. DENVER TAC AND FLYWAY CHART REFERENCES TO CLASS B BOUNDARIES DEFINED BY DEN VOR RADIALS SHOULD BE CHANGED TO ADJUST FOR PROPER MAGNETIC VARIATION OF 8 DEGREES EAST, AS FOLLOWS: DEN 321 DEGREES VICE 318; DEN 017 DEGREES VICE 014; DEN 082 DEGREES VICE 079; DEN 148 DEGREES VICE 145.

FDC 3/4334 ZZZ PART 1 OF 2 AFGHANISTAN ... SPECIAL NOTICE... EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. UNITED STATES (U.S.) FLIGHT OPERATIONS INTO, OUT OF, WITHIN, OR OVER AFGHANISTAN. DUE TO ONGOING MILITARY OPERATIONS IN AFGHANISTAN AND PERIODIC ATTEMPTS BY INSURGENTS TO ATTACK CIVIL AIRCRAFT, THERE IS RISK TO CIVIL FLIGHT OPERATIONS IN AFGHANISTAN. CIVIL AIRCRAFT FLYING AT LOW ALTITUDES HAVE BEEN DAMAGED BY INSURGENT SMALL ARMS FIRE. MAN-PORTABLE AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS (MANPADS) ALSO ARE PRESENT IN AFGHANISTAN AND MAY POSE A THREAT TO FLIGHT OPERATIONS. U.S. OPERATORS PLANNING TO FLY INTO, OUT OF, WITHIN OR OVER AFGHANISTAN MUST OBTAIN CURRENT THREAT INFORMATION AND COMPLY WITH ALL APPLICABLE FAA REGULATIONS AND DIRECTIVES. OPERATORS SHOULD ASSESS THE RISKS AND DEVELOP APPROPRIATE PROCEDURES, INCLUDING RESTRICTING OR SUSPENDING OPERATIONS IN RESPONSE TO ATTACKS AFFECTING GROUND AND AIR OPERATIONS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO AIRCRAFT CONDUCTING AIR OPERATIONS BELOW 24,000 FEET AGL. ALSO, BE PREPARED TO USE APPROPRIATE PROCEDURES IN RESPONSE TO POTENTIAL HAZARDS POSED BY END PART 1 OF 2

FDC 3/4334 ZZZ PART 2 OF 2 AFGHANISTAN ... SPECIAL NOTICE... COALITION MILITARY OPERATIONS, INCLUDING FLIGHTS AT ALL ALTITUDES. U.S. OPERATORS CONTRACTING WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD) MUST CONTINUE TO REPORT SECURITY INCIDENTS WITHIN ESTABLISHED DOD COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS. ALL U.S. OPERATORS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO U.S. CERTIFICATED PART S 135 AND 121 OPERATORS AND WHETHER UNDER DOD CONTRACT OR NOT MUST REPORT SECURITY INCIDENTS TO THE FAA AT +1 202-493-5833 OR +1 202-267-3333. THE SECURITY CONDITIONS IN AFGHANISTAN FOR U.S. OPERATORS AND THE NEED FOR THIS SPECIAL NOTICE WILL BE RE-EVALUATED BY 31 OCTOBER 2013. THE FAA HAS PROVIDED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN THE INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT INFORMATION MANUAL AT: HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/AIR_TRAFFIC/PUBLICATIONS/IFIM/US_RESTRICTIONS/ END PART 2 OF 2

FDC 3/9599 FDC SPECIAL NOTICE ... FAA NOTICE N JO 7110.613, EXCEPTION FOR GNSS-EQUIPPED AIRCRAFT, ALLOWS PROPERLY EQUIPPED AIRCRAFT TO BE ISSUED INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES (IFR) DEPARTURE CLEARANCES FROM UNCONTROLLED AIRPORTS WHICH ARE BEYOND 40 NM FROM THE NAVAID WITHOUT RADAR MONITORING. GNSS-EQUIPPED AIRCRAFT MAY RECEIVE DEPARTURE CLEARANCES WITH POINT TO POINT ROUTE SEGMENTS, ON THE GROUND OR IN THE AIR. IN ORDER TO RECEIVE AN AIRBORNE IFR CLEARANCE, THE PILOT MUST CLEARLY STATE THEY ARE ESTABLISHED ON THE INITIAL POINT TO POINT ROUTE SEGMENT. THE POINTS MUST BE PUBLISHED NAVAIDS, WAYPOINTS, FIXES OR AIRPORTS RETRIEVABLE FROM THE AIRCRAFT S NAVIGATION DATABASE. THE MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN POINTS MUST NOT EXCEED 500 MILES. HOWEVER, IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT THE FIRST FILED POINT BE A PUBLISHED, EN ROUTE LOW ALTITUDE FIX WITHIN 50 NM OF THE DEPARTURE AIRPORT TO FACILITATE THE DEPARTURE CLEARANCE. THIS ASSISTS AIR TRAFFIC SINCE THE FILED POINTS MUST BE DISPLAYED ON FDC 2/0084 (KFDC A0065/12) FDC ICAO FLIGHT PLAN 2012 EFFECTIVE 1211150000 UTC THE NEW ICAO FLIGHT PLAN IMPLEMENTATION WILL BE APPLIED IN ALL AIRSPACE CONTROLLED BY THE UNITED STATES. WHEN FILING AN ICAO FORMAT FLIGHT PLAN OR RELATED MESSAGE ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATORS AND USERS MUST USE THE NEW ICAO FLIGHT PLAN FORMAT ACCORDING TO THE PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED BY CLASS II NOTAM GEN12003 AND DESCRIBED IN THE AIM UPDATE AT HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/GO/FPL2012. ENQUIRIES SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO 9-AJE-FLIGHTPLANQUESTIONS@FAA.GOV.

FDC 2/0084 FDC ICAO FLIGHT PLAN 2012 EFFECTIVE 1211150000 UTC THE NEW ICAO FLIGHT PLAN IMPLEMENTATION WILL BE APPLIED IN ALL AIRSPACE CONTROLLED BY THE UNITED STATES. WHEN FILING AN ICAO FORMAT FLIGHT PLAN OR RELATED MESSAGE ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATORS AND USERS MUST USE THE NEW ICAO FLIGHT PLAN FORMAT ACCORDING TO THE PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED BY CLASS II NOTAM GEN12003 AND DESCRIBED IN THE AIM UPDATE AT HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/GO/FPL2012. ENQUIRIES SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO 9-AJE-FLIGHTPLANQUESTIONS@FAA.GOV.

 

FDC 2/2422 FDC PART 1 OF 2 SPECIAL ADVISORY NOTICE. A WARNING SIGNAL FOR COMMUNICATING WITH AIRCRAFT IS DEPLOYED AND IS OPERATING WITHIN THE WASHINGTON DC SPECIAL FLIGHT RULES AREA (SFRA), INCLUDING THE FLIGHT RESTRICTED ZONE (FRZ). THE SIGNAL CONSISTS OF HIGHLY FOCUSED RED AND GREEN COLORED LIGHTS IN AN ALTERNATING RED/RED/GREEN SIGNAL PATTERN. THIS SIGNAL MAY BE DIRECTED AT SPECIFIC AIRCRAFT SUSPECTED OF MAKING UNAUTHORIZED ENTRY INTO THE SFRA/FRZ AND ARE ON A HEADING OR FLIGHT PATH THAT MAY BE INTERPRETED AS A THREAT OR AT THE REQUEST OF THE FAA. THE BEAM IS NOT INJURIOUS TO THE EYES OF PILOTS/AIRCREWS OR PASSENGERS, REGARDLESS OF ALTITUDE OR DISTANCE FROM THE SOURCE. IF YOU ARE IN COMMUNICATION WITH AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL AND THIS SIGNAL IS DIRECTED AT YOUR AIRCRAFT, WE ADVISE YOU TO IMMEDIATELY COMMUNICATE WITH ATC THAT YOU ARE BEING ILLUMINATED BY A VISUAL WARNING SIGNAL. IF THIS SIGNAL IS DIRECTED AT YOU AND YOU ARE NOT COMMUNICATING WITH ATC, WE ADVISE YOU TO TURN TO A HEADING AWAY FROM THE CENTER OF THE FRZ/SFRA AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND IMMEDIATELY CONTACT ATC ON AN APPROPRIATE FREQUENCY, OR IF UNSURE OF THE FREQUENCY, CONTACT ATC ON VHF GUARD 121.5 OR UHF GUARD 243.0. BE ADVISED THAT FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES OUTLINED ABOVE MAY RESULT IN INTERCEPTION BY MILITARY AIRCRAFT AND/OR THE USE OF FORCE. END PART 1 OF 2

FDC 2/2422 FDC PART 2 OF 2 SPECIAL ADVISORY NOTICE. THIS NOTICE ONLY APPLIES TO VFR AIRCRAFT OPERATING WITHIN THE SFRA/FRZ, INCLUDING DOD, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND AEROMEDICAL OPERATIONS. THIS NOTICE DOES NOT CHANGE PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED FOR REPORTING UNAUTHORIZED LASER ILLUMINATION AS PUBLISHED IN ADVISORY CIRCULAR 70-2. "THIS SIGNAL MAY BE DIRECTED AT SPECIFIC AIRCRAFT SUSPECTED OF MAKING UNAUTHORIZED ENTRY INTO THE SFRA/FRZ AND ARE ON A HEADING OR FLIGHT PATH THAT MAY BE INTERPRETED AS A THREAT OR THAT OPERATE CONTRARY TO THE OPERATING RULES FOR THE SFRA/FRZ". END PART 2 OF 2

 

FDC 1/6386 ZDC PART 1 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC EFFECTIVE 1111300501 UTC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS NOTICE REPLACES NOTAM 0/4965 DUE TO FLIGHT PLAN REQUIREMENT CHANGE. PURSUANT TO 49 USC 40103(B), THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) CLASSIFIES THE AIRSPACE DEFINED IN THIS NOTAM AND IN 14 CFR SECTION 93.339 AS 'NATIONAL DEFENSE AIRSPACE'. PILOTS WHO DO NOT ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES MAY BE INTERCEPTED, DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT/SECURITY PERSONNEL. ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL ACTIONS MAY ALSO BE TAKEN AGAINST A PILOT WHO DOES NOT COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OR ANY SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS OR PROCEDURES ANNOUNCED IN THIS NOTAM: A) THE FAA MAY TAKE ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION, INCLUDING IMPOSING CIVIL PENALTIES AND THE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF AIRMEN CERTIFICATES; OR B) THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT MAY PURSUE CRIMINAL CHARGES, INCLUDING CHARGES UNDER TITLE 49 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 46307; OR C) THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT MAY USE DEADLY FORCE AGAINST THE AIRBORNE AIRCRAFT, IF IT IS DETERMINED THAT THE AIRCRAFT POSES AN IMMINENT SECURITY THREAT. PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTIONS 99.7, SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS AND 91.139, EMERGENCY AIR TRAFFIC RULES, FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED: WITHIN THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA END PART 1 OF 7

FDC 1/6386 ZDC PART 2 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC EXCEPT AS SPECIFIED BELOW, AND/OR UNLESS AUTHORIZED BY THE AIR TRAFFIC SECURITY COORDINATOR AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION COORDINATION CENTER (NCRCC). PART I. OVERVIEW. A. THE PROCEDURES AS DESCRIBED BELOW ARE SUPPLEMENTAL TO 14 CFR PART 93 AND THE CORRESPONDING SUPPLEMENTAL NOTAM ISSUED FOR OPERATIONS WITHIN THE DC SFRA. THEY DO NOT AUTHORIZE AIRCRAFT TO CONDUCT ANY OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA. ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATING OUTSIDE OF THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA, WITHIN THE WASHINGTON DC SPECIAL FLIGHT RULES AREA (DC SFRA), MUST COMPLY WITH ALL THE PROCEDURES PROSCRIBED WITHIN 14 CFR PART 93 AND THE SUPPLEMENTAL NOTAM FOR THE DC SFRA. B. THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA IS THE AREA DEFINED AS WITHIN THE DC SFRA AND IS THE AIRSPACE AROUND THE LEESBURG EXECUTIVE AIRPORT (JYO) BOUNDED BY A LINE BEGINNING AT THE WASHINGTON /DCA/ VOR/DME 299 DEGREE RADIAL AT 30 NM 390139.1N/0773826.7W, THENCE CLOCKWISE ALONG THE DCA 30 NM ARC TO THE 391242N/0772930W OR THE ARMEL /AML/ VORTAC 004 DEGREE RADIAL AT 16.6 NM, THENCE SOUTH VIA A LINE DRAWN TO THE 390303N/0772837W OR THE ARMEL /AML/ VORTAC 004 DEGREE RADIAL AT 7 NM, THENCE COUNTERCLOCKWISE ALONG THE AML 7 NM ARC TO THE AML 331 DEGREE RADIAL AT 7 NM 390139.3N/0773325.5W, THENCE WEST VIA A LINE DRAWN TO THE POINT OF END PART 2 OF 7

FDC 1/6386 ZDC PART 3 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC BEGINNING. PART II. OPERATING REQUIREMENTS IN THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA: A. FLIGHT OPERATIONS, INCLUDING ULTRA LIGHT VEHICLES AND UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (UAS), EACH AIRCRAFT MUST: 1. BE EQUIPPED WITH AT LEAST ONE OPERABLE TWO-WAY RADIO CAPABLE OF COMMUNICATING WITH POTOMAC TRACON (PCT) ON APPROPRIATE RADIO FREQUENCIES. 2. BE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATING TRANSPONDER WITH AUTOMATIC ALTITUDE REPORTING CAPABILITY AS SPECIFIED UNDER 14 CFR SECTION 91.215. 3. MONITOR VHF GUARD 121.5 OR UHF GUARD 243.0, IF ABLE. 4. SQUAWK THE ATC ASSIGNED TRANSPONDER CODE OR APPROPRIATE LEESBURG MOVEMENT AREA BEACON CODE AT ALL TIMES. CODE 1200 IS NOT PERMITTED AT ANY TIME WITHIN THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA OR SFRA. B. EXCEPT FOR FAA APPROVED DOD, FAA APPROVED LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND WAIVERED LIFEGUARD/AIR AMBULANCE OPERATIONS FLIGHTS, ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATING UNDER VISUAL FLIGHT RULES ARE RESTRICTED TO AN INDICATED AIRSPEED OF 180 KNOTS OR LESS. IF UNABLE, THE PILOT MUST CONTACT POTOMAC TRACON ON (PCT) AND ADVISE THEM OF THE AIRCRAFT'S OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS PRIOR TO ENTERING THE LMA OR SFRA. PART III. VFR DC SFRA OPERATIONS AT JYO. A. EGRESS/ INGRESS PROCEDURES FOR JYO. 1. EGRESS PROCEDURES FOR LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA 1) AIRCRAFT MUST SQUAWK TRANSPONDER CODE 1226 2) PILOTS DEPARTING JYO MUST ANNOUNCE THE END PART 3 OF 7

FDC 1/6386 ZDC PART 4 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC AIRCRAFT CALL SIGN, AIRCRAFT TYPE AND INTENDED DEPARTURE RUNWAY ON THE PUBLISHED CTAF PRIOR TO DEPARTURE. 3) PILOTS MUST EXIT THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA VIA THE MOST DIRECT LATERAL ROUTE WHILE AVOIDING THE SFRA. 4) PILOTS NEED NOT COMMUNICATE WITH POTOMAC TRACON (PCT) UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED. 2. INGRESS PROCEDURES FOR LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA 1) AIRCRAFT MUST SQUAWK TRANSPONDER CODE 1227 PRIOR TO ENTERING THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA TO INDICATE THE PILOT'S INTENT TO LAND AT JYO. 2) BEFORE ENTERING THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA, PILOTS MUST ANNOUNCE THE AIRCRAFT CALL SIGN, AIRCRAFT TYPE AND RUNWAY OF INTENDED LANDING ON THE PUBLISHED CTAF. 3) PILOTS MUST ENTER THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA VIA THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE. 4) PILOTS NEED NOT COMMUNICATE WITH POTOMAC TRACON (PCT) UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED. B. TRAFFIC PATTERN OPERATIONS AT JYO. 1. PILOTS WISHING TO CONDUCT TRAFFIC PATTERN OPERATIONS AT JYO MUST: 1) FILE A DC SFRA FLIGHT PLAN. 2) OBTAIN AND SQUAWK THE ASSIGNED TRANSPONDER CODE FROM POTOMAC TRACON (PCT). 3) ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS ON THE PUBLISHED CTAF FREQUENCY. 4) OBTAIN ATC AUTHORIZATION TO PERFORM PRACTICE APPROACHES FROM POTOMAC TRACON (PCT); AUTHORIZATIONS WILL BE WORKLOAD PERMITTING. PART IV. RADIO OR TRANSPONDER FAILURE: 1. ANY PERSON OPERATING AN AIRCRAFT UNDER VFR END PART 4 OF 7

FDC 1/6386 ZDC PART 5 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC WITHIN THE DC SFRA WHO BECOMES AWARE OF AN INABILITY TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENT TO MAINTAIN RADIO CONTACT WITH ATC SHALL IMMEDIATELY CHANGE THE TRANSPONDER CODE TO 7600 AND EXIT THE DC SFRA BY THE MOST DIRECT LATERAL ROUTE OR IF THE AIRCRAFT DEPARTURE POINT IS CLOSER, RETURN TO THE DEPARTURE POINT BY THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE. THESE PROCEDURES DO NOT AUTHORIZE PENETRATION OF RESTRICTED OR PROHIBITED AIRSPACE. 2. ANY PERSON OPERATING AN AIRCRAFT UNDER IFR WITHIN THE DC SFRA WHO BECOMES AWARE OF AN INABILITY TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENT TO MAINTAIN RADIO CONTACT WITH ATC SHALL CONTINUE THE FLIGHT VIA THE TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE PROCEDURES FOUND IN THE FAA AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION MANUAL. THESE PROCEDURES DO NOT AUTHORIZE PENETRATION OF RESTRICTED OR PROHIBITED AIRSPACE. 3. ANY PERSON OPERATING AN AIRCRAFT WITHIN THE DC SFRA WHO BECOMES AWARE OF AN INABILITY TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENT TO CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK THE ATC ASSIGNED TRANSPONDER CODE MUST IMMEDIATELY ADVISE ATC AND COMPLY WITH ALL INSTRUCTIONS FROM ATC. IF UNABLE TO CONTACT ATC, PILOTS SHALL FOLLOW THE PROCEDURES LISTED IN PART IV PARAGRAPH 1 AND 2 ABOVE. THESE PROCEDURES DO NOT AUTHORIZE PENETRATION OF RESTRICTED AREAS OR PROHIBITED AREAS. PART V. DEFINITION: FOR PURPOSES OF THIS NOTAM, A DC SFRA FLIGHT PLAN IS DEFINED IN 14 CFR PART 93.335. PART END PART 5 OF 7

FDC 1/6386 ZDC PART 6 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC VI. INFORMATION: 1) DIRECT ANY QUESTIONS ON THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA OR DC SFRA TO THE FAA REPRESENTATIVE AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION COORDINATION CENTER (NCRCC), TELEPHONE 866-598-9522. 2) INFORMATION SENSITIVE USE LOWER CASE ONLY) OR BY CONTACTING TSA AT (571) 227-2071. INDIVIDUALS MAY SUBMIT A REQUEST FOR A FAA WAIVER AT HTTPS://WAIVER.C3.FAA.GOV. 3) THE TRANSPONDER REQUIREMENTS DESCRIBED IN THIS NOTICE ARE SOLELY FOR SECURITY TRACKING PURPOSES AND DO NOT IMPLY ATC RADAR SERVICES, UNLESS ATC SERVICES ARE REQUESTED AND APPROVED. 4) THE COMMUNICATIONS REQUIREMENTS DESCRIBED IN THIS NOTICE ARE FOR MAINTAINING THE ABILITY TO IMMEDIATELY COMMUNICATE SECURITY-BASED INSTRUCTIONS, NOT FOR ATC SERVICES, UNLESS ATC SERVICES ARE REQUESTED AND APPROVED. 5) IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT ALL PILOTS FLYING UNDER VISUAL FLIGHT RULES (VFR) WITHIN 100 NM OF THE DCA VOR/DME COMPLETE SPECIAL AWARENESS TRAINING FOR THE WASHINGTON DC METROPOLITAN AREA, THIS TRAINING IS MANDATORY FOR ALL PILOTS THAT FLY UNDER VFR WITHIN 60 NM OF THE DCA VOR/DME (14 CFR PARTS 61 AND 91, EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 9, 2009). THIS TRAINING IS END PART 6 OF 7

FDC 1/6386 ZDC PART 7 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC AVAILABLE IN THE AVIATION LEARNING CENTER AT HTTP://WWW.FAASAFETY.GOV. END PART 7 OF 7

 

FDC 1/2679 FDC PART 1 OF 2 .. SPECIAL NOTICE ... SPECIAL FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATION NO. 112 - PROHIBITION AGAINST CERTAIN FLIGHTS WITHIN THE TRIPOLI (HLLL) FLIGHT INFORMATION REGION (FIR). A. APPLICABILITY. THIS SPECIAL FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATION (SFAR) APPLIES TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONS:(1) ALL U.S. AIR CARRIERS AND U.S. COMMERCIAL OPERATORS;(2) ALL PERSONS EXERCISING THE PRIVILEGES OF AN AIRMAN CERTIFICATE ISSUED BY THE FAA, EXCEPT WHEN SUCH PERSONS ARE OPERATING A U.S.-REGISTERED AIRCRAFT FOR A FOREIGN AIR CARRIER; AND(3) ALL OPERATORS OF AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES, EXCEPT OPERATORS OF SUCH AIRCRAFT THAT ARE FOREIGN AIR CARRIERS. B. FLIGHT PROHIBITION. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN PARAGRAPHS (C) AND (D) OF THIS NOTAM, NO PERSON DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH (A) OF THIS NOTAM MAY CONDUCT FLIGHT OPERATIONS WITHIN THE HLLL FIR. C. PERMITTED OPERATIONS. THIS SFAR DOES NOT PROHIBIT PERSONS DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH (A) OF THIS NOTAM FROM CONDUCTING FLIGHT OPERATIONS WITHIN THE HLLL FIR WHEN SUCH OPERATIONS ARE AUTHORIZED END PART 1 OF 2

 

FDC 1/2679 FDC PART 2 OF 2 .. SPECIAL NOTICE ... EITHER BY A DEPARTMENT, AGENCY, OR INSTRUMENTALITY OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE FAA, OR BY A FLIGHT EXEMPTION ISSUED BY THE FAA ADMINISTRATOR. D. EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. IN AN EMERGENCY COMMAND OF THE AFFECTED AIRCRAFT MAY DEVIATE FROM THE SUBJECT FLIGHT PROHIBITION TO THE EXTENT REQUIRED BY THAT EMERGENCY. EXCEPT FOR U.S. AIR CARRIERS AND COMMERCIAL OPERATORS THAT ARE SUBJECT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF 14 CFR PARTS 119, 121, 125, OR 135, EACH PERSON WHO DEVIATES FROM THIS SECTION MUST, WITHIN 10 DAYS OF THE DEVIATION, EXCLUDING SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS, AND FEDERAL HOLIDAYS, SUBMIT TO THE NEAREST FAA FLIGHT STANDARDS DISTRICT OFFICE A COMPLETE REPORT ON THE OPERATIONS OF THE AIRCRAFT INVOLVED IN THE DEVIATION, INCLUDING A DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVIATION AND THE REASONS FOR IT. E. EXPIRATION. THIS SFAR IS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY AND WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL RESCINDED. END PART 2 OF 2

 

FDC 1/2534 FDC PART 1 OF 2 SPECIAL ADVISORY FOR NORTH AFRICA...INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING CERTAIN FLIGHTS WITHIN THE TRIPOLI FLIGHT INFORMATION REGION (HLLL) A. APPLICABILITY. THIS ADVISORY APPLIES TO ALL U.S. AIR CARRIERS AND COMMERCIAL OPERATORS AND ALL PERSONS EXERCISING THE PRIVILEGES OF AN AIRMAN CERTIFICATE ISSUED BY THE FAA EXCEPT SUCH PERSONS OPERATING U.S.­REGISTERED AIRCRAFT FOR A FOREIGN AIR CARRIER, AND ALL OPERATORS OF AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES EXCEPT WHERE THE OPERATOR OF SUCH AIRCRAFT IS A FOREIGN AIR CARRIER. B. UNITED NATIONS SECURITY RESOLUTION 1973 HAS BANNED ALL FLIGHT OPERATIONS WITHIN THE TRIPOLI (HLLL) FIR WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THOSE OPERATIONS SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED BY THE RESOLUTION. ADDITIONALLY, EUROCONTROL HAS SUSPENDED FLIGHT PLANS FOR ALL FLIGHT OPERATIONS WITHIN THE TRIPOLI HLLL FIR. C. CAUTION FOR HLLL. NO PERSON DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH A SHOULD CONDUCT FLIGHT OPERATIONS WITHIN HLLL. D. ADDITIONAL CAUTION. ALL PERSONS DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH A ARE URGED END PART 1 OF 2

 

FDC 1/2534 FDC PART 2 OF 2 SPECIAL ADVISORY FOR NORTH AFRICA...INSTRUCTIONS TO EXERCISE EXTREME VIGILANCE WHEN OPERATING IN THE FLIGHT INFORMATION REGIONS ADJACENT TO HLLL. E. EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. IN AN EMERGENCY THAT REQUIRES IMMEDIATE DECISION AND ACTION FOR THE SAFETY OF THE FLIGHT, THE PILOT IN COMMAND OF AN AIRCRAFT MAY DEVIATE FROM THIS SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE EXTENT REQUIRED BY THAT EMERGENCY. F. EXPIRATION. THIS SPECIAL ADVISORY WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. FAA AIR TRAFFIC SYSTEM OPERATIONS SECURITY (202-267­8276) IS THE POINT OF CONTACT. END PART 2 OF 2

FDC 1/1155 ZDC DC .. FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC. EFFECTIVE 1101102040 UTC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS NOTICE WILL REPLACE NOTAM 0/9463 DUE TO TECHNICAL ERROR, NO CHANGES IN RESTRICTIONS. PURSUANT TO TITLE 14 CFR SECTION 99.7, SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS. A. EXCEPT FOR FAA APPROVED DOD, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND WAIVERED LIFEGUARD/AIR AMBULANCE FLIGHTS, ALL VFR AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS WITHIN 30NM OF 385134N/0770211W OR THE WASHINGTON /DCA/ VOR/DME, FROM THE SURFACE UP TO BUT NOT INCLUDING FL180, ARE RESTRICTED TO AN INDICATED AIRSPEED OF 180 KNOTS OR LESS, IF CAPABLE. IF UNABLE, THE PILOT MUST CONTACT THE APPROPRIATE ATC FACILITY AND ADVISE THEM OF THE AIRCRAFT'S OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS. B. ALL VFR AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS WITHIN THE AIRSPACE BETWEEN 30 NMR AND 60 NMR OF 385134N/0770211W OR THE WASHINGTON /DCA/ VOR/DME, FROM THE SURFACE UP TO BUT NOT INCLUDING FL180, ARE RESTRICTED TO AN INDICATED AIRSPEED OF 230 KNOTS OR LESS, IF CAPABLE. IF UNABLE THE PILOT MUST CONTACT THE APPROPRIATE ATC FACILITY AND ADVISE THEM OF THE AIRCRAFT'S OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS PRIOR TO ENTERING THE 60 NMR OF THE WASHINGTON /DCA/ VOR/DME.

FDC 0/8326 ZDC PART 1 OF 10 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC, EFFECTIVE 1012010401 UTC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS NOTICE WILL REPLACE NOTAM 0/9477 DUE TO A CHANGE IN RESTRICTIONS. THIS NOTAM AND A NOTAM FOR THE LEESBURG MANEUVERING AREA SUPPLEMENT SUBPART V, 14 CFR PART 93 FOR THE WASHINGTON, D.C. SPECIAL FLIGHT RULES AREA (DC SFRA). PURSUANT TO 49 USC 40103(B), THE FAA HAS ESTABLISHED THE DC SFRA AREA AS 'NATIONAL DEFENSE AIRSPACE. ANY PERSON WHO DOES NOT COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO THE DC SFRA MAY BE INTERCEPTED, DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT/SECURITY PERSONNEL. ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL ACTIONS MAY ALSO BE TAKEN AGAINST A PILOT WHO DOES NOT COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OR ANY SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS OR PROCEDURES ANNOUNCED IN THIS NOTAM: A) THE FAA MAY TAKE ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION, INCLUDING IMPOSING CIVIL PENALTIES AND THE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF AIRMEN CERTIFICATES; B) THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT MAY PURSUE CRIMINAL CHARGES, INCLUDING CHARGES UNDER TITLE 49 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 46307; C) THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT MAY USE DEADLY FORCE AGAINST THE AIRBORNE AIRCRAFT, IF IT IS DETERMINED THAT THE AIRCRAFT POSES AN IMMINENT SECURITY THREAT. 1. THIS NOTICE SUPPLEMENTS THE DC SFRA WITH ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE AND INFORMATION. 2. APPLICATION OF DEFINITIONS IN SUBPART V, 14 CFR SECTION 93.335: A. THE DC FLIGHT RESTRICTED ZONE END PART 1 OF 10

FDC 0/8326 ZDC PART 2 OF 10 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC, EFFECTIVE (DC FRZ) FLIGHT PLAN FULFILLS THE REQUIREMENT FOR A DC SFRA FLIGHT PLAN. A DC FRZ FLIGHT PLAN MUST BE FILED WITH FLIGHT SERVICE AT 866-225-7410. THE INITIATOR/PILOT MUST IDENTIFY THEMSELF AND USE THE CONFIDENTIAL PILOT IDENTIFICATION CODE OR THEIR WAIVER NUMBER. B. A DC SFRA FLIGHT PLAN DOES NOT FULFILL THE REQUIREMENTS FOR VISUAL FLIGHT RULES (VFR) OPERATIONS IN THE DC FRZ. A DC FRZ FLIGHT PLAN IS REQUIRED FOR VFR OPERATIONS IN THE DC FRZ. C. PILOTS MAY NOT FILE A DC FRZ FLIGHT PLAN WHILE AIRBORNE. 3. ADDITIONS TO OPERATING IN THE DC SFRA 14 CFR SECTION 93.339: A. AIRCRAFT OPERATING IN THE DC SFRA MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERABLE TWO WAY RADIO CAPABLE OF COMMUNICATING WITH ATC ON APPROPRIATE RADIO FREQUENCIES OR UNICOM. IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT A PILOT CONTINUOUSLY MONITOR VHF FREQUENCY 121.5 OR UHF FREQUENCY 243.0 FOR EMERGENCY INSTRUCTIONS WHEN OPERATING AN AIRCRAFT IN THE DC SFRA, EITHER IN AN AIRCRAFT THAT IS SUITABLY EQUIPPED, OR BY USE OF PORTABLE EQUIPMENT. B. ANY PERSON OPERATING AN AIRBORNE AIRCRAFT UNDER VFR WITHIN OR TRANSITING THE DC SFRA/FRZ WHO IS AWARE OF AN INABILITY TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENT TO MAINTAIN RADIO CONTACT WITH ATC MUST IMMEDIATELY SQUAWK 7600 AND EXIT THE DC SFRA/FRZ BY THE MOST DIRECT LATERAL ROUTE UNLESS; 1) THE DEPARTURE POINT IS WITHIN THE SFRA AND THE DEPARTURE POINT IS CLOSER END PART 2 OF 10

FDC 0/8326 ZDC PART 3 OF 10 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC, EFFECTIVE THAN THE SFRA BOUNDARY, THE PILOT MAY RETURN TO THE DEPARTURE POINT BY THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE. 2) IF THE DEPARTURE POINT IS WITHIN THE FRZ AND THE AIRCRAFT IS WITHIN 5 NM OF THE DEPARTURE POINT, THE PILOT MAY RETURN TO THE DEPARTURE POINT BY THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE. OTHERWISE, THE PILOT MUST EXIT THE FRZ VIA THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE. C. ANY PERSON OPERATING AN AIRBORNE AIRCRAFT UNDER INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES (IFR) WITHIN OR TRANSITING THE DC SFRA/FRZ WHO IS AWARE OF AN INABILITY TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENT TO MAINTAIN RADIO CONTACT WITH ATC MUST CONTINUE THE FLIGHT VIA THE TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE PROCEDURES FOUND IN THE FAA AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION MANUAL (AIM) OR APPLICABLE FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS (FAR). D. AIRCRAFT DEPARTING AIRPORTS WITHIN THE SFRA WITH LIMITED TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS MUST ESTABLISH TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS AS SOON AS FEASIBLE, NORMALLY WITHIN 2NM OF THE DEPARTURE POINT. E. PATTERN WORK OPERATIONS AT NON-CONTROLLED TOWER AIRPORTS WITHIN THE SFRA (BUT NOT WITHIN THE DC FRZ) MUST BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH 14 CFR SECTION 93.339 (C) AND THE PROCEDURES SPECIFIED IN THE MOST CURRENT POTOMAC TRACON LETTER TO AIRMEN ON THE SUBJECT. THE LETTER CAN BE FOUND AT: END PART 3 OF 10

FDC 0/8326 ZDC PART 4 OF 10 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC, EFFECTIVE HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/ABOUT/OFFICE_ORG/HEADQUARTERS_OFFICES/ATO/TRACON/PCT/ 4. ADDITIONS TO OPERATING IN THE DC FRZ 14 CFR SECTION 93.341. ALL OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED WITHIN THE FRZ (INCLUDING TRANSIT) UNLESS OUTLINED BELOW: A. THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED WITHIN THE DC FRZ: FLIGHT TRAINING, AEROBATIC FLIGHT, PRACTICE INSTRUMENT APPROACHES, GLIDER OPERATIONS, PARACHUTE OPERATIONS, ULTRA LIGHT, HANG GLIDING, BALLOON OPERATIONS, TETHERED BALLOONS, AGRICULTURE/CROP DUSTING, ANIMAL POPULATION CONTROL FLIGHT OPERATIONS, BANNER TOWING OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE TEST FLIGHTS, MODEL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS, MODEL ROCKETRY, FLOAT PLANE OPERATIONS, UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (UAS) AND AIRCRAFT/HELICOPTERS OPERATING FROM A SHIP OR PRIVATE/CORPORATE YACHT. B. IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT A PILOT CONTINUOUSLY MONITOR VHF FREQUENCY 121.5 OR UHF FREQUENCY 243.0 FOR EMERGENCY INSTRUCTIONS WHEN OPERATING AN AIRCRAFT IN THE DC FRZ, EITHER IN AN AIRCRAFT THAT IS SUITABLY EQUIPPED, OR BY USE OF PORTABLE EQUIPMENT. C. ALL AIR AMBULANCE FLIGHTS MUST OBTAIN AND COMPLY WITH AN FAA/TSA WAIVER FOR OPERATIONS WITHIN THE FRZ. D. ALL END PART 4 OF 10

FDC 0/8326 ZDC PART 5 OF 10 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC, EFFECTIVE U.S. STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AIRCRAFT MUST OBTAIN AND COMPLY WITH AN FAA/TSA WAIVER FOR OPERATIONS WITHIN THE FRZ. E. DOD OPERATORS CONDUCTING VFR, ROTARY WING FLIGHTS WITHIN THE FRZ MUST CONTACT THE NCRCC AT 866-598-9525 PRIOR TO ENTERING THE FRZ. F. APPROVED DOD, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND LIFEGUARD/AIR AMBULANCE OPERATORS MAY CONDUCT TRAINING/MAINTENANCE FLIGHTS WITHIN THE DC FRZ WITH PRIOR APPROVAL AND COORDINATION WITH THE TSA NCRCC AT 866-598­9520. THESE OPERATIONS ARE TO BE KEPT TO A MINIMUM CONSISTENT WITH FLIGHT SAFETY AND PILOT PROFICIENCY. G. THE FAA OFFICE OF SYSTEM OPERATIONS SECURITY MAY EXEMPT OPERATORS FROM RESTRICTIONS BASED ON SAFETY, CRITICALITY AND TIMELINESS OF THE MISSION REQUIREMENTS BEING PERFORMED. 5. ADDITIONS TO OPERATING IN THE DC FRZ 14 CFR SECTION 93.341, OPERATIONS AT RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT (DCA): A. PART 121 AND 129 REGULARLY SCHEDULED AIR CARRIER FLIGHTS WITH TSA APPROVED AIRCRAFT OPERATOR STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM, FULL ALL CARGO AIRCRAFT OPERATOR STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM OR MODEL SECURITY PROGRAM (MSP) AND HAVE SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATION FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT), MAY LAND AND DEPART RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT (DCA) HEREIN REFERRED TO AS DCA APPROVED CARRIERS. B. DCA APPROVED AIR CARRIERS, OPERATING UNSCHEDULED, END PART 5 OF 10

FDC 0/8326 ZDC PART 6 OF 10 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC, EFFECTIVE CHARTER OR ADDITIONAL SECTIONS MAY OPERATE WITHOUT A WAIVER UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1) ALL OPERATIONS MUST BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR TSA AIRCRAFT OPERATORS STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (AOSSP) AND MUST DEPART A TSA OR EQUIVALENT SCREENED TERMINAL GATE. 2) THE TSA NCRCC MUST BE NOTIFIED BY TELEPHONE AT LEAST ONE HOUR PRIOR TO DEPARTURE AT 866-598-9520. 3) UNSCHEDULED OPERATIONS AT DCA REQUIRE A SLOT RESERVATION PER 14 CFR PART 93, SUBPART K. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED IN ADVISORY CIRCULAR (AC) 93-1. C. ALL OTHER FLIGHTS MUST OBTAIN AN FAA/TSA WAIVER OR DCA ACCESS STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (DASSP) SECURITY AUTHORIZATION. ELIGIBLE OPERATIONS FOR A FAA/TSA WAIVER ARE LIMITED TO: U.S. GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS (GOV), ELECTED OFFICIALS (ELO), SPECIAL OPERATIONS (SPO), DOD, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AIR AMBULANCE FLIGHTS OR TSA AIRCRAFT OPERATORS STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (AOSSP). UNSCHEDULED OPERATIONS AT DCA REQUIRE A SLOT RESERVATION PER 14 CFR PART 93, SUBPART K. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED IN ADVISORY CIRCULAR (AC) 93-1. D. DOD AND FEDERALLY OWNED AND OPERATED AIRCRAFT ON AN OPERATIONAL MISSION, WITH PRIOR FAA APPROVAL, MAY LAND AND DEPART DCA WITHOUT A WAIVER. APPROVAL FROM THE FAA NCRCC MUST BE OBTAINED AT LEAST ONE HOUR PRIOR TO DEPARTURE VIA TELEPHONE AT END PART 6 OF 10

FDC 0/8326 ZDC PART 7 OF 10 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC, EFFECTIVE 866-598­9522. D. DOD AND FEDERALLY OWNED AND OPERATED AIRCRAFT ON A TRAINING OR FERRY FLIGHT MAY NOT LAND OR DEPART DCA UNLESS THE OPERATOR HAS APPLIED AND RECEIVED AN FAA/TSA WAIVER. E. FOREIGN STATE OR DIPLOMATIC AIRCRAFT ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO LAND OR DEPART AT DCA. 6. ADDITIONS TO OPERATING IN THE DC FRZ 14 CFR SECTION 93.341, OPERATIONS AT ANDREWS AFB (ADW) AND DAVISON ARMY AIRFIELD (DAA): A. DOD OWNED AND OPERATED AIRCRAFT MAY OPERATE AT ADW OR DAA WITHOUT AN FAA/TSA WAIVER AND ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SECURITY OF THEIR AIRCRAFT, CREW AND PASSENGERS. B. FEDERALLY OWNED AND OPERATED AIRCRAFT MAY OPERATE AT ADW OR DAA WITHOUT AN FAA/TSA WAIVER. THESE APPROVED GOVERNMENT OPERATORS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SECURITY OF THEIR AIRCRAFT, CREW AND PASSENGERS AND ARE REQUIRED TO NOTIFY THE FAA NCRCC ONE HOUR PRIOR TO DEPARTURE AT 866-598-9522. C. DCA APPROVED CARRIERS, OPERATING UNSCHEDULED OR CHARTER FLIGHTS INTO ADW OR DAA, IN SUPPORT OF U.S. GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS MAY OPERATE WITHOUT A WAIVER UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1) ALL OPERATIONS MUST BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR TSA AIRCRAFT OPERATORS STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (AOSSP), INCLUDING DEPARTING FROM A TSA OR EQUIVALENT SCREENED TERMINAL. 2) NOTIFICATION TO THE TSA NCRCC VIA TELEPHONE AT 866-598-9520 IS REQUIRED AT LEAST ONE HOUR PRIOR TO END PART 7 OF 10

FDC 0/8326 ZDC PART 8 OF 10 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC, EFFECTIVE DEPARTURE. D. AN FAA/TSA WAIVER IS REQUIRED FOR ALL STATE, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFT, DOD CONTRACT (INCLUDING CONTRACT AIRCRAFT USING MILITARY CALL SIGNS), ON DEMAND PASSENGER OR CARGO OPERATIONS INCLUDING ALL PART 121, 125, 129, 135 FLIGHTS LANDING AND DEPARTING ADW OR DAA NOT LISTED AS A DCA APPROVED CARRIER. NOTIFICATION TO THE TSA NCRCC VIA TELEPHONE AT 866­598-9520 IS REQUIRED AT LEAST ONE HOUR BEFORE DEPARTURE. E. 14 CFR SECTION 93.341 (C)(4) STATES THAT PRIOR PERMISSION MAY BE REQUIRED TO LAND OR DEPART ANDREWS AIR FORCE BASE, MD (ADW) OPERATED MILITARY OR FOREIGN STATE AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS WITH A U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE, AND A PPR, MAY LAND AND DEPART ONLY AT ADW WITHIN THE DC FRZ. DAA IS NOT AUTHORIZED FOR ARRIVAL OR DEPARTURE OF FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC FLIGHTS. 7. IN SUBPART V, 14 CFR SECTION 93.343 (A)(2) A DC SFRA FLIGHT PLAN WILL NOT FULFILL THE REQUIREMENTS OF A DC FRZ FLIGHT PLAN. 8. RESOURCES: A. THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS CAN BE FOUND ON THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WEBSITE AT A. HTTP://WWW.GPOACCESS.GOV/CFR/INDEX.HTML. B. DIRECT ANY PILOT PROCEDURAL QUESTIONS ON THE DC SFRA OR FRZ TO FAA SYSTEM OPERATIONS END PART 8 OF 10

FDC 0/8326 ZDC PART 9 OF 10 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC, EFFECTIVE SECURITY AT 9-AWA-ATS-NCRCC@FAA.GOV. C. FOR THOSE WAIVERS AND SECTIONS THAT REQUIRE NOTIFICATION TO THE TSA NCRCC CALL 866-598-9520. D. FOR THOSE SECTIONS THAT REQUIRE NOTIFICATION TO THE FAA NCRCC CALL 866-598-9522. E. THE LATEST POTOMAC TRACON LETTER TO AIRMEN CAN BE FOUND AT: HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/ABOUT/OFFICE_ORG/HEADQUARTERS_OFFICES/ATO/TRACON/PCT/  F. INFORMATION ABOUT WAIVER APPLICATIONS AND TSA SECURITY AUTHORIZATIONS CAN BE FOUNDAT HTTP://WWW.TSA.GOV/WHAT_WE_DO/TSNM/GENERAL_AVIATION/AIRSPACE_WAIVERS.SHTM   (CASE SENSITIVE USE LOWER CASE ONLY) OR BY CONTACTING TSA AT (571) 227-2071. INDIVIDUALS MAY SUBMIT A REQUEST FOR A FAA WAIVER AT HTTPS://WAIVER.C3.FAA.GOV. G. AFTER NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS, FOR END PART 9 OF 10

FDC 0/8326 ZDC PART 10 OF 10 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WASHINGTON, DC, EFFECTIVE EMERGENCY OR SHORT NOTICE REQUESTS, CONTACT TSA NCRCC AT 866-598-9520. H. FOR OPERATIONS IN THE DC FRZ PILOTS WITH A WAIVER OR CONFIDENTIAL PILOT IDENTIFICATION CODE, MUST CALL FLIGHT SERVICE AT 866-225-7410 TO FILE A DC FRZ FLIGHT PLAN. I. INFORMATION ON U.S. DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE AND LANDING AUTHORIZATION PROCEDURES CAN BE FOUND AT HTTP://USEG.ORG/USEG.HTML. 9. IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT ALL PILOTS FLYING UNDER VISUAL FLIGHT RULES (VFR) WITHIN 100 NM OF THE DCA VOR/DME COMPLETE SPECIAL AWARENESS TRAINING FOR THE WASHINGTON DC METROPOLITAN AREA, THIS TRAINING IS MANDATORY FOR ALL PILOTS THAT FLY UNDER VFR WITHIN 60 NM OF THE DCA VOR/DME (14 CFR PARTS 61 AND 91, EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 9, 2009). THIS TRAINING IS AVAILABLE IN THE AVIATION LEARNING CENTER AT HTTP://WWW.FAASAFETY.GOV. END PART 10 OF 10

FDC 9/5151 FDC PART 1 OF 2 .. SPECIAL NOTICE .. SPORTING EVENTS. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS NOTICE REPLACES FDC NOTAM 3/1862 DUE TO THE WAIVER WEBSITE CHANGE AND LANGUAGE CLARIFICATION. THIS NOTICE MODIFIES FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS PREVIOUSLY ISSUED IN FDC NOTAM 3/1862 TO COMPLY WITH STATUTORY MANDATES DETAILED IN SECTION 352 OF PUBLIC LAW 108-7 AND AS AMENDED BY SECTION 521 OF PUBLIC LAW 108-199. PURSUANT TO 49 USC 40103(B), THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) CLASSIFIES THE AIRSPACE DEFINED IN THIS NOTAM AS 'NATIONAL DEFENSE AIRSPACE'. ANY PERSON WHO KNOWINGLY OR WILLFULLY VIOLATES THE RULES CONCERNING OPERATIONS IN THIS AIRSPACE MAY BE SUBJECT TO CERTAIN CRIMINAL PENALTIES UNDER 49 USC 46307. PILOTS WHO DO NOT ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES MAY BE INTERCEPTED, DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT/SECURITY PERSONNEL. PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTION 99.7, SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS, COMMENCING ONE HOUR BEFORE THE SCHEDULED TIME OF THE EVENT UNTIL ONE HOUR AFTER THE END OF THE EVENT. ALL AIRCRAFT AND PARACHUTE OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED WITHIN A 3 NMR UP TO AND INCLUDING 3000 FT AGL OF ANY STADIUM HAVING A SEATING CAPACITY OF 30,000 OR MORE PEOPLE WHERE EITHER A REGULAR OR POST SEASON MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL, NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE, OR NCAA DIVISION ONE FOOTBALL GAME IS OCCURRING. THIS NOTAM ALSO APPLIES TO NASCAR SPRINT CUP, INDY CAR, END PART 1 OF 2

FDC 9/5151 FDC PART 2 OF 2 .. SPECIAL NOTICE .. SPORTING EVENTS. EFFECTIVE AND CHAMP SERIES RACES EXCLUDING QUALIFYING AND PRE-RACE EVENTS. FLIGHTS CONDUCTED FOR OPERATIONAL PURPOSES OF ANY EVENT, STADIUM OR VENUE AND BROADCAST COVERAGE FOR THE BROADCAST RIGHTS HOLDER ARE AUTHORIZED WITH AN APPROVED WAIVER. THE RESTRICTIONS DO NOT APPLY TO THOSE AIRCRAFT AUTHORIZED BY AND IN CONTACT WITH ATC FOR OPERATIONAL OR SAFETY OF FLIGHT PURPOSES, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND AIR AMBULANCE FLIGHT OPERATIONS. ALL PREVIOUSLY ISSUED WAIVERS TO FDC NOTAM 3/1862 REMAIN VALID UNTIL THE SPECIFIED END DATE BUT NOT TO EXCEED 90 DAYS FOLLOWING THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS NOTAM. INFORMATION ABOUT WAIVER APPLICATIONS AND TSA SECURITY AUTHORIZATIONS CAN BE FOUND AT HTTP://WWW.TSA.GOV/WHAT_WE_DO/TSNM/GENERAL_AVIATION/AIRSPACE_WAIVERS.SHTM (CASE SENSITIVE USE LOWER CASE ONLY) OR BY CALLING TSA AT 571-227-2071. INDIVIDUALS MAY SUBMIT A REQUEST FOR A FAA WAIVER AT HTTPS://WAIVER.C3.FAA.GOV. END PART 2 OF 2

FDC 9/3124 ZDC DE.. FLIGHT RESTRICTION GREENVILLE/WILIMNGTON, DE. PURSUANT TO 49 USC 40103(B), THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) CLASSIFIES THE AIRSPACE DEFINED IN THIS NOTAM AS 'NATIONAL DEFENSE AIRSPACE'. ANY PERSON WHO KNOWINGLY OR WILLFULLY VIOLATES THE RULES CONCERNING OPERATIONS IN THIS AIRSPACE MAY BE SUBJECT TO CERTAIN CRIMINAL PENALTIES UNDER 49 USC 46307. PILOTS WHO DO NOT ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES MAY BE INTERCEPTED, DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT/SECURITY PERSONNEL. PURSUANT TO TITLE 14, SECTION 91.141 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, AIRCRAFT FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED WITHIN THE FOLLOWING AREA(S) UNLESS OTHERWISE AUTHORIZED BY ATC WITHIN A 1 NMR OF 394605N/0753704W OR THE DQO005005.4 UP TO AND INCLUDING 1500 FT AGL EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

FDC 9/4985 ZJX PART 1 OF 2 FL.. FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS. DISNEY WORLD THEME PARK, ORLANDO, FL, FEBRUARY 17, 2009 LOCAL. THIS NOTAM REPLACES NOTAM 3/2122 DUE TO THE WAIVER WEBSITE CHANGE AND LANGUAGE CLARIFICATION. THIS NOTAM COMPLIES WITH STATUTORY MANDATES DETAILED IN SECTION 352 OF PUBLIC LAW 108-7 AND AS AMENDED BY SECTION 521 OF PUBLIC LAW 108-199. PURSUANT TO 49 USC 40103(B), THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) CLASSIFIES THE AIRSPACE DEFINED IN THIS NOTAM AS 'NATIONAL DEFENSE AIRSPACE'. ANY PERSON WHO KNOWINGLY OR WILLFULLY VIOLATES THE RULES CONCERNING OPERATIONS IN THIS AIRSPACE MAY BE SUBJECT TO CERTAIN CRIMINAL PENALTIES UNDER 49 USC 46307. PILOTS WHO DO NOT ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES MAY BE INTERCEPTED, DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT/SECURITY PERSONNEL. PURSUANT TO TITLE 14 CFR SECTION 99.7, SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS, ALL AIRCRAFT FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED WITHIN A 3 NMR OF 282445N/0813420W OR THE ORL238014.8 UP TO AND INCLUDING 3000 FT AGL. EFFECTIVE 0902170501 UTC (0001 LOCAL 02/17/09) UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THE RESTRICTIONS DO NOT APPLY TO; THOSE AIRCRAFT AUTHORIZED BY AND IN CONTACT WITH ATC FOR OPERATIONAL OR SAFETY OF FLIGHT PURPOSES, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND AIR AMBULANCE FLIGHT OPERATIONS. FLIGHTS CONDUCTED FOR OPERATIONAL PURPOSES OF ANY DISNEY EVENT AND VENUE ARE AUTHORIZED WITH AN APPROVED WAIVER. ALL END PART 1 OF 2

FDC 9/4985 ZJX PART 2 OF 2 FL.. FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS. DISNEY WORLD THEME PARK, PREVIOUSLY ISSUED WAIVERS TO FDC NOTAM 3/2122 REMAIN VALID UNTIL THE SPECIFIED END DATE BUT NOT TO EXCEED 90 DAYS FOLLOWING THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS NOTAM. INFORMATION ABOUT WAIVER APPLICATIONS AND TSA SECURITY AUTHORIZATIONS CAN BE FOUND AT HTTP://WWW.TSA.GOV/WHAT_WE_DO/TSNM/GENERAL_AVIATION/AIRSPACE_WAIVERS.SHTM  (CASE SENSITIVE USE LOWER CASE ONLY) OR BY CALLING TSA AT 571-227-2071. INDIVIDUALS MAY SUBMIT A REQUEST FOR A FAA WAIVER AT HTTPS://WAIVER.C3.FAA.GOV. END PART 2 OF 2

FDC 9/5145 ZLA PART 1 OF 2 CA.. FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS. DISNEYLAND THEME PARK, ANAHEIM, CA, FEBRUARY 17, 2009 LOCAL. THIS NOTAM REPLACES NOTAM 3/2123 DUE TO THE WAIVER WEBSITE CHANGE AND LANGUAGE CLARIFICATION. THIS NOTAM COMPLIES WITH STATUTORY MANDATES DETAILED IN SECTION 352 OF PUBLIC LAW 108-7 AND AS AMENDED BY SECTION 521 OF PUBLIC LAW 108-199. PURSUANT TO 49 USC 40103(B), THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) CLASSIFIES THE AIRSPACE DEFINED IN THIS NOTAM AS 'NATIONAL DEFENSE AIRSPACE'. ANY PERSON WHO KNOWINGLY OR WILLFULLY VIOLATES THE RULES CONCERNING OPERATIONS IN THIS AIRSPACE MAY BE SUBJECT TO CERTAIN CRIMINAL PENALTIES UNDER 49 USC 46307. PILOTS WHO DO NOT ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES MAY BE INTERCEPTED, DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT/SECURITY PERSONNEL. PURSUANT TO TITLE 14 CFR SECTION 99.7, SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS, ALL AIRCRAFT FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED WITHIN A 3 NMR OF 334805N/1175517W OR THE SLI066006.8 UP TO AND INCLUDING 3000 FT AGL EFFECTIVE 0902170801 UTC (0001 LOCAL 02/17/09) UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THE RESTRICTIONS DO NOT APPLY TO; THOSE AIRCRAFT AUTHORIZED BY AND IN CONTACT WITH ATC FOR OPERATIONAL OR SAFETY OF FLIGHT PURPOSES, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND AIR AMBULANCE FLIGHT OPERATIONS. FLIGHTS CONDUCTED FOR OPERATIONAL PURPOSES OF ANY DISNEY END PART 1 OF 2

FDC 9/5145 ZLA PART 2 OF 2 CA.. FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS. DISNEYLAND THEME PARK, EVENT AND VENUE ARE AUTHORIZED WITH AN APPROVED WAIVER. ALL PREVIOUSLY ISSUED WAIVERS TO FDC NOTAM 3/2123 REMAIN VALID UNTIL THE SPECIFIED END DATE BUT NOT TO EXCEED 90 DAYS FOLLOWING THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS NOTAM. INFORMATION ABOUT WAIVER APPLICATIONS AND TSA SECURITY AUTHORIZATIONS CAN BE FOUND AT HTTP://WWW.TSA.GOV/WHAT_WE_DO/TSNM/GENERAL_AVIATION/AIRSPACE_WAIVERS.SHTM (CASE SENSITIVE USE LOWER CASE ONLY) OR BY CALLING TSA AT 571-227-2071. INDIVIDUALS MAY SUBMIT A REQUEST FOR A FAA WAIVER AT HTTPS://WAIVER.C3.FAA.GOV. END PART 2 OF 2

FDC 8/5631 FDC AUTOMATIC DEPENDENT SURVEILLANCE, ESSENTIAL SERVICE BROADCAST. EFFECTIVE AUGUST 29, 2008. THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) HAS ADOPTED TWO ADS-B DATA LINKS: 1090 MHZ EXTENDED SQUITTER (1090ES) AND 978 MHZ UNIVERSAL ACCESS TRANSCEIVER (UAT). THE TWO LINKS OPERATE SIMILARLY AND SUPPORT TRAFFIC INFORMATION SERVICE-BROADCAST (TIS-B). ADDITIONALLY, THE UAT LINK SUPPORTS FLIGHT INFORMATION SERVICE- BROADCAST (FIS-B). TIS-B SERVICE WILL BE AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM (NAS) WHERE THERE ARE BOTH ADEQUATE SURVEILLANCE COVERAGE (RADAR) AND ADEQUATE BROADCAST COVERAGE FROM ADS­B GROUND STATIONS. FIS-B SERVICE AVAILABILITY IS EXPECTED THROUGHOUT THE NAS IN 2013, AND IS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE WITHIN CERTAIN REGIONS. THIS NOTAM ANNOUNCES THE AVAILABILITY OF THE INITIAL TIS-B AND FIS-B CAPABILITY WITH THE MIAMI EN ROUTE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTER (ZMA ARTCC) AIRSPACE. THE FAA IS DEVELOPING POLICY GUIDANCE MATERIAL ON AUTOMATIC DEPENDENT SURVEILLANCE-BROADCAST (ADS-B), ESSENTIAL SERVICES- TIS-B AND FIS-B THAT WILL BE PUBLISHED IN TRADITIONAL SOURCE REFERENCES SUCH AS THE AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION MANUAL (AIM). REPORTS OF TIS-B AND FIS-B MALFUNCTIONS SHOULD BE REPORTED BY RADIO OR TELEPHONE TO THE NEAREST FLIGHT SERVICE STATION (FSS) FACILITY.


FDC 8/2435 FDC ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... PILOTS ARE REMINDED THAT THERE ARE INCREASED SECURITY MEASURES IN PLACE FOR AIRCRAFT ENTERING DOMESTIC AIRSPACE, INCLUDING THOSE ENTERING FLORIDA COASTAL WATERS. ALL PILOTS OF VFR AIRCRAFT ARE REQUIRED TO FILE A DEFENSE VISUAL FLIGHT RULES (DVFR) FLIGHT PLAN PRIOR TO ENTRY INTO THE AIR DEFENSE IDENTIFICATION ZONE(ADIZ)IN ACCORDANCE WITH CFR 99 TITLE 14 CHAPTER 1 PART 99 SECURITY CONTROL OF AIR TRAFFIC, SECTIONS 99.1 THROUGH 99.49. THE PILOT MUST ACTIVATE THE DVFR FLIGHT PLAN WITH U.S. FLIGHT SERVICE AND SET THE AIRCRAFT TRANSPONDER TO THE ASSIGNED DISCRETE BEACON CODE PRIOR TO ENTERING THE ADIZ. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ALL DVFR PROCEDURES MAY RESULT IN THE AIRCRAFT BEING INTERCEPTED BY DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AIRCRAFT.

FDC 7/2992 FDC ...SPECIAL NOTICE... THE IRANIAN GOVERNMENT HAS ISSUED NOTAMS SPECIFIC TO RESTRICTED AREAS TO INCREASE THE RADIUS OF THE RESTRICTED AIRSPACE, CLOSE AIR CORRIDORS AND OPEN TEMPORARY AIR CORRIDORS TO MOVE CIVIL AIR TRAFFIC AWAY FROM THESE AREAS. DESPITE THESE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, IRANIAN MILITARY ELEMENTS HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO FIRE AT CIVIL AIRCRAFT OPERATING NEAR OR ADJACENT TO RESTRICTED AREAS. AIRMEN ARE REMINDED TO REMAIN CURRENT ON ALL NOTAMS BEFORE OPERATING AN AIRCRAFT OVER IRAN, PARTICULARLY THOSE PERTAINING TO RESTRICTED AIRSPACE REQUIREMENTS.

FDC 7/8072 FDC ..SPECIAL NOTICE.. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS NOTICE IS TO EMPHASIZE THAT BEFORE OPERATING IN OR ADJACENT TO IRANIAN AIRSPACE ALL U.S. AIRMEN AND OPERATORS SHOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH CURRENT CONDITIONS IN THE MIDDLE EAST. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE HAS ISSUED A TRAVEL WARNING FOR IRAN ADVISING, IN PART, THAT THE U.S. GOVERNMENT DOES NOT CURRENTLY MAINTAIN DIPLOMATIC OR CONSULAR RELATIONS WITH THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN. ANY U.S. OPERATOR PLANNING A FLIGHT THROUGH IRANIAN AIRSPACE SHOULD PLAN IN ADVANCE AND HAVE ALL CURRENT NOTAM'S AND AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION FOR ANY PLANNED FLIGHT.

 

FDC 7/7201 FDC PART 1 OF 3 .. SPECIAL NOTICE .. SPECIAL FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATION NO. 107 ­PROHIBITION AGAINST CERTAIN FLIGHTS WITHIN THE TERRITORY AND AIRSPACE OF SOMALIA. A. APPLICABILITY. THIS SPECIAL FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATION (SFAR) NO. 107 APPLIES TO ALL U.S. AIR CARRIERS OR COMMERCIAL OPERATORS, ALL PERSONS EXERCISING THE PRIVILEGES OF AN AIRMAN CERTIFICATE ISSUED BY THE FAA EXCEPT SUCH PERSONS OPERATING U.S.-REGISTERED AIRCRAFT FOR A FOREIGN AIR CARRIER, AND ALL OPERATORS OF AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES EXCEPT WHERE THE OPERATOR OF SUCH AIRCRAFT IS A FOREIGN AIR CARRIER. B. FLIGHT PROHIBITION. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED BELOW, OR IN PARAGRAPHS C AND D OF THIS SFAR, NO PERSON DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH A MAY CONDUCT FLIGHT OPERATIONS WITHIN THE TERRITORY AND AIRSPACE OF SOMALIA AT OR BELOW FLIGHT LEVEL (FL) 200. (1) OVERFLIGHTS OF SOMALIA MAY BE CONDUCTED ABOVE FL200 SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF, AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS ESTABLISHED BY, THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES OF SOMALIA. END PART 1 OF 3

 

FDC 7/7201 FDC PART 2 OF 3 .. SPECIAL NOTICE .. (2) FLIGHTS DEPARTING FROM COUNTRIES ADJACENT TO SOMALIA WHOSE CLIMB PERFORMANCE WILL NOT PERMIT OPERATION ABOVE FL200 PRIOR TO ENTERING SOMALI AIRSPACE MAY OPERATE AT ALTITUDES BELOW FL200 TO THE EXTENT NECESSARY TO PERMIT A CLIMB ABOVE FL200, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF, AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS ESTABLISHED BY, THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES OF SOMALIA. C. PERMITTED OPERATIONS. THIS SFAR DOES NOT PROHIBIT PERSONS DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH A FROM CONDUCTING FLIGHT OPERATIONS WITHIN THE TERRITORY AND AIRSPACE OF SOMALIA BELOW FL200 WHEN SUCH OPERATIONS ARE AUTHORIZED EITHER BY ANOTHER AGENCY OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE FAA OR BY AN EXEMPTION ISSUED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR. D. EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. IN AN EMERGENCY THAT REQUIRES IMMEDIATE DECISION AND ACTION FOR THE SAFETY OF THE FLIGHT, THE PILOT IN COMMAND OF AN AIRCRAFT MAY DEVIATE FROM THIS SFAR TO THE EXTENT REQUIRED BY THAT EMERGENCY. EXCEPT FOR U.S. AIR CARRIERS OR COMMERCIAL OPERATORS THAT ARE SUBJECT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF TITLE 14 CFR PARTS 119, 121, OR 135, EACH PERSON WHO DEVIATES FROM THIS RULE MUST, WITHIN 10 DAYS OF THE DEVIATION, EXCLUDING SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS, AND FEDERAL END PART 2 OF 3

FDC 7/7201 FDC PART 3 OF 3 .. SPECIAL NOTICE .. HOLIDAYS, SUBMIT TO THE NEAREST FAA FLIGHT STANDARDS DISTRICT OFFICE A COMPLETE REPORT OF THE OPERATIONS OF THE AIRCRAFT INVOLVED IN THE DEVIATION, INCLUDING A DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVIATION AND THE REASONS FOR IT. E. EXPIRATION. THIS SPECIAL FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATION WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. FAA FLIGHT STANDARDS 202-267-8166, IS THE POINT OF CONTACT. END PART 3 OF 3

FDC 4/0811 FDC ...SPECIAL NOTICE... THIS IS A RESTATEMENT OF A PREVIOUSLY ISSUED ADVISORY NOTICE. IN THE INTEREST OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND TO THE EXTENT PRACTICABLE, PILOTS ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO AVOID THE AIRSPACE ABOVE, OR IN PROXIMITY TO SUCH SITES AS POWER PLANTS (NUCLEAR, HYDRO-ELECTRIC, OR COAL), DAMS, REFINERIES, INDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES, MILITARY FACILITIES AND OTHER SIMILAR FACILITIES. PILOTS SHOULD NOT CIRCLE AS TO LOITER IN THE VICINITY OVER THESE TYPES OF FACILITIES.

FDC 4/4386 FDC SPECIAL NOTICE... NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM INTERCEPT PROCEDURES. AVIATORS SHALL REVIEW THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION MANUAL (AIM) FOR INTERCEPTION PROCEDURES, CHAPTER 5, SECTION 6, PARAGRAPH 5-6-2. ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATING IN UNITED STATES NATIONAL AIRSPACE, IF CAPABLE, SHALL MAINTAIN A LISTENING WATCH ON VHF GUARD DISPENSED, THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES ARE TO BE FOLLOWED: FOLLOW THE INTERCEPT'S VISUAL SIGNALS, CONTACT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL IMMEDIATELY ON THE LOCAL FREQUENCY OR ON VHF GUARD 121.5 OR UHF GUARD 243.0, AND COMPLY WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN BY THE INTERCEPTING AIRCRAFT INCLUDING VISUAL SIGNALS IF UNABLE RADIO CONTACT. BE ADVISED THAT NONCOMPLIANCE MAY RESULT IN THE USE OF FORCE.

FDC 3/0778 ZZZ KENYA ADVISORY. ATTENTION U.S. OPERATORS: RECENT, CREDIBLE INFORMATION INDICATES A POTENTIAL NEAR-TERM TERRORIST ATTACK AGAINST U.S. AND WESTERN INTERESTS IN KENYA. WHILE SPECIFIC DETAILS ARE NOT AVAILABLE, ONE POSSIBLE TACTIC WOULD BE AN ATTACK USING MAN-PORTABLE AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS (MANPADS), SUCH AS THOSE USED AGAINST AN ISRAELI AIR CARRIER DEPARTING FROM MOMBASA, KENYA ON NOVEMBER 28, 2002. THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE HAS ISSUED A TRAVEL WARNING REGARDING A POTENTIAL MANPADS THREAT.

FDC 1/9456 FDC FI/P GRAND CANYON VFR AERONAUTICAL CHART 3RD EDITION EFFECTIVE APRIL 19, 2001. BLUE DIRECT NORTH (BDN) WESTBOUND CLARIFICATION OF ALT: ADD 10500 WITH A WESTBOUND ARROW ABOVE THE 8500 FIGURE JUST WEST OF SUPAI/DIAMOND CREEK SECTOR BOUNDARY. WESTBOUND, DECIDE 8500 OR 10500, CLIMB TO EITHER ALT, AND STAY THERE UNTIL OFF OF BDN. THE LAS VEGAS AIR TOUR PROCEDURES MANUAL PROVIDES SPECIFIC GUIDANCE AND AUTHORITY FOR FLYING THIS ROUTE. BLUE DIRECT NORTH (BDN) EASTBOUND DESCENTS, THERE ARE NO CHANGES; AIRCRAFT MUST BE 7500 EAST OF CHANGEOVER POINT. THE LAS VEGAS AIR TOUR PROCEDURES MANUAL PROVIDES SPECIFIC GUIDANCE AND AUTHORITY FOR FLYING THIS ROUTE.