Section 6. IFR/DVFR ADIZ Flight Plans
In addition to the normal handling of aircraft operating in accordance with IFR, ADIZ penetration information or position reports on IFR operations outside of controlled airspace must be forwarded immediately to the appropriate .
The following NORAD addresses are group addresses that include all appropriate NORAD sectors and law enforcement:
KZAMZQZX - the contiguous 48 states and San Juan.
PHIRAOCZ - Hawaii
PAEDYYYX - Alaska
- NORAD will not send an acknowledgement and must be manually acknowledged from the suspense list by the specialist. (NORAD Headquarters assumes responsibility for receipt.)
- flight plans must be entered into the operational system for processing in accordance with system instructions and include the following information:
- Aircraft call sign.
- Number and type of aircraft.
- Altitude (within ).
- True airspeed.
- Time of departure.
- When the flight plan information is provided before the aircraft's departure, enter as a proposal. Depart the flight plan immediately upon receipt of the actual departure time.
- If arrangements cannot be made to obtain the actual departure time, forward the ETD.
- discrete transponder code.
- True airspeed.
- Estimated point of penetration of the (latitude/longitude or fix-radial-distance), except in Alaska.
- Estimated time of penetration of the , except in Alaska.
- On a proposed flight plan, a single “X” may replace the discrete transponder code, true airspeed, estimated point of penetration of the , or the estimated time of penetration of the .
- If no arrival report (NORIV) will be filed with an appropriate aeronautical facility, include the contraction “NORIV” as a non-transmitted remark. Do not pass “NORIV” to NORAD.
Missing true airspeed:
1210 X 3442/09345 1446
Missing estimated point of penetration and time:
1210 135 XX
The use of NORIV implies that NO SAR is desired.
- Forward flight plan information for aircraft operating into Canada using the same procedures in paragraph , except add “” in remarks and transmit the information to the appropriate Canadian transborder tie-in facility.
Accept stopover flight plans filed on those aircraft planning one or more landings (within an ) en route to the destination, provided the information in paragraph is furnished for each segment of flight. Remind the pilot that 14 CFR Part 99 requires departure times to be made good and that a written record should be retained of these times at each departure point.