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FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR)  


This document contains excerpts from the Code of Federal Regulations covering the various Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR) issued by the Federal Aviation Administration.

Types of TFRs

14 CFR 91.137(a)(1), (a)(2) and (a)(3) For operations in the vicinity of disasters or hazards.
14 CFR 91.141 For Presidential and VIP movement.
14 CFR 91.143 Operations in the proximity of Space Flight Operations
14 CFR 91.145 Management of aircraft operations in the vicinity of aerial demonstrations and major sporting events
14 CFR 99.7 Special Security Instructions - While not a TFR, 99.7 instructions usually have the same effect as a TFR and is included in this reference

Additionally the two NOTAMs below are included:

FDC NOTAM 9/5151 “Stadium/Sports NOTAM” Public Law 108-7 Section 352

Public Law 108-199 Section 521

FDC NOTAM 4/0811 “Power Plant NOTAM”


Title 14: Aeronautics and Space

Part 91 - General Operating and Flight Rules

§ 91.137 Temporary flight restrictions in the vicinity of disaster/ hazard areas.

The Administrator will issue a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) designating an area within which temporary flight restrictions apply and specifying the hazard or condition requiring their imposition, whenever he determines it is necessary in order to—

Protect persons and property on the surface or in the air from a hazard associated with an incident on the surface;

Provide a safe environment for the operation of disaster relief aircraft; or

Prevent an unsafe congestion of sightseeing and other aircraft above an incident or event which may generate a high degree of public interest.

The Notice to Airmen will specify the hazard or condition that requires the imposition of temporary flight restrictions.

When a NOTAM has been issued under paragraph (a)(1) of this section, no person may operate an aircraft within the designated area unless that aircraft is participating in the hazard relief activities and is being operated under the direction of the official in charge of on scene emergency response activities.

When a NOTAM has been issued under paragraph (a)(2) of this section, no person may operate an aircraft within the designated area unless at least one of the following conditions are met:

The aircraft is participating in hazard relief activities and is being operated under the direction of the official in charge of on scene emergency response activities.

The aircraft is carrying law enforcement officials.

The aircraft is operating under the ATC approved IFR flight plan.

The operation is conducted directly to or from an airport within the area, or is necessitated by the impracticability of VFR flight above or around the area due to weather, or terrain; notification is given to the Flight Service Station (FSS) or ATC facility specified in the NOTAM to receive advisories concerning disaster relief aircraft operations; and the operation does not hamper or endanger relief activities and is not conducted for the purpose of observing the disaster.

The aircraft is carrying properly accredited news representatives, and, prior to entering the area, a flight plan is filed with the appropriate FAA or ATC facility specified in the Notice to Airmen and the operation is conducted above the altitude used by the disaster relief aircraft, unless otherwise authorized by the official in charge of on scene emergency response activities.

When a NOTAM has been issued under paragraph (a)(3) of this section, no person may operate an aircraft within the designated area unless at least one of the following conditions is met:

The operation is conducted directly to or from an airport within the area, or is necessitated by the impracticability of VFR flight above or around the area due to weather or terrain, and the operation is not conducted for the purpose of observing the incident or event.

The aircraft is operating under an ATC approved IFR flight plan.

The aircraft is carrying incident or event personnel, or law enforcement officials.

The aircraft is carrying properly accredited news representatives and, prior to entering that area, a flight plan is filed with the appropriate FSS or ATC facility specified in the NOTAM.

Flight plans filed and notifications made with an FSS or ATC facility under this section shall include the following information:

Aircraft identification, type and color.

Radio communications frequencies to be used.

Proposed times of entry of, and exit from, the designated area.

Name of news media or organization and purpose of flight.

Any other information requested by ATC.


§ 91.141 Flight restrictions in the proximity of the Presidential and other parties.

No person may operate an aircraft over or in the vicinity of any area to be visited or traveled by the President, the Vice President, or other public figures contrary to the restrictions established by the Administrator and published in a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM).

PURSUANT TO 49 USC 40103(B), THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) CLASSIFIES THE AIRSPACE DEFINED IN THIS NOTAM 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:

THE FAA MAY TAKE ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION, INCLUDING IMPOSING CIVIL PENALTIES AND THE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF AIRMEN CERTIFICATES; OR

THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT MAY PURSUE CRIMINAL CHARGES, INCLUDING CHARGES UNDER TITLE 49 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 46307; OR

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 TITLE 14, SECTION 91.141 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, AIRCRAFT FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED

EXCEPT AS SPECIFIED BELOW AND/OR UNLESS AUTHORIZED BY ATC IN CONSULTATION WITH THE AIR TRAFFIC SECURITY COORDINATOR VIA THE DOMESTIC EVENTS NETWORK (DEN):

ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS WITHIN THE 10 NMR AREA(S) LISTED ABOVE, KNOWN AS THE INNER CORE(S), ARE PROHIBITED EXCEPT FOR: APPROVED LAW ENFORCEMENT, MILITARY AIRCRAFT DIRECTLY SUPPORT- ING THE UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE (USSS) AND THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, APPROVED AIR AMBULANCE FLIGHTS, AND REGULARLY SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL PASSENGER AND ALL-CARGO CARRIERS OPERATING UNDER ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TSA-APPROVED STANDARD SE- CURITY PROGRAMS/PROCEDURES: AIRCRAFT OPERATOR STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (AOSSP), FULL ALL-CARGO AIRCRAFT OPERATOR STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (FACAOSSP), MODEL SECURITY PRO- GRAM (MSP), TWELVE FIVE STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (TFSSP) ALL CARGO, OR ALL-CARGO INTERNA- TIONAL SECURITY PROCEDURE (ACISP) AND ARE ARRIVING INTO AND/OR DEPARTING FROM 14 CFR PART 139 AIRPORTS.

FOR OPERATIONS WITHIN THE AIRSPACE BETWEEN THE 10 NMR AND 30 NMR AREA(S) LISTED ABOVE,

KNOWN AS THE OUTER RING(S): ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATING WITHIN THE OUTER RING(S) LISTED ABOVE ARE LIMITED TO AIRCRAFT ARRIVING OR DEPARTING LOCAL AIRFIELDS, AND WORKLOAD PERMITTING, ATC MAY AUTHORIZE TRANSIT OPERATIONS. AIRCRAFT MAY NOT LOITER. ALL AIRCRAFT MUST BE ON AN ACTIVE IFR OR VFR FLIGHT PLAN WITH a DISCRETE CODE ASSIGNED BY AN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATC) FACILITY. AIR- CRAFT MUST BE SQUAWKING THE DISCRETE CODE PRIOR TO DEPARTURE AND AT ALL TIMES WHILE IN THE TFR AND MUST REMAIN IN TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC.

FOR OPERATIONS WITHIN THIS TFR, ALL USSS VETTED AIRCRAFT OPERATORS BASED IN THE AREA AND ALL EMERGENCY/LIFE SAVING FLIGHT (MEDICAL/LAW ENFORCEMENT/FIREFIGHTING) OPERATIONS MUST COORDINATE WITH ATC PRIOR TO THEIR DEPARTURE AT xxx-xxx-xxxx TO AVOID POTENTIAL DELAYS.

THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED WITHIN THIS TFR: FLIGHT TRAINING, PRACTICE INSTRUMENT APPROACHES, AEROBATIC FLIGHT, GLIDER OPERATIONS, PARACHUTE OPERATIONS, ULTRA- LIGHT, HANG GLIDING, BALLOON OPERATIONS, AGRICULTURE/CROP DUSTING, ANIMAL POPULATION CON- TROL FLIGHT OPERATIONS, BANNER TOWING OPERATIONS, MODEL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS, MODEL ROCK- ETRY, AND UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (UAS).

FAA RECOMMENDS THAT ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CHECK NOTAMS FREQUENTLY FOR POSSIBLE CHANGES TO THIS TFR PRIOR TO OPERATIONS WITHIN THIS REGION.


VPOTUS language

PURSUANT TO 49 USC 40103(B), THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) CLASSIFIES THE AIRSPACE DEFINED IN THIS NOTAM 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:

THE FAA MAY TAKE ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION, INCLUDING IMPOSING CIVIL PENALTIES AND THE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF AIRMEN CERTIFICATES; OR

THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT MAY PURSUE CRIMINAL CHARGES, INCLUDING CHARGES UNDER TITLE 49 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 46307; OR

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 TITLE 14, SECTION 91.141 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, AIRCRAFT FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED


Part 91 - General Operating and Flight Rules

§ 91.143 Flight limitation in the proximity of space flight operations.

When a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) is issued in accordance with this section, no person may operate any aircraft of U.S. registry, or pilot any aircraft under the authority of an airman certificate issued by the Federal Aviation Administration, within areas designated in a NOTAM for space flight operation except when authorized by ATC.

Example

TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS KENNEDY SPACE CENTER EFF  TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS KENNEDY SPACE CENTER OPERATIONS AREA

PURSUANT TO SECTION 91.143 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS TITLE 14 (CFR 91.143), FLIGHT OPERATIONS CONDUCTED BY FAA CERTIFICATED PILOTS OR CONDUCTED IN AIRCRAFT OF U.S. REGISTRY ARE PROHIBITED AT ANY ALTITUDE FROM THE SURFACE TO UNLIMITED, WITHIN THE FOLLOWING AREA: BEGINNNG AT LAT. 285116N LONG. 804219W TO LAT. 290730N LONG. 803000W THENCE CLOCKWISE VIA a

30 NAUTICAL MILE ARC CENTERED AT LAT. 283703N LONG. 803647W TO LAT. 281330N LONG. 801600W TO LAT. 282501N LONG. 802399W TO LAT. 282501N LONG. 803759W TO LAT. 282501N LONG. 804144W TO LAT. 283801N LONG. 804701W TO LAT. 284911N LONG. 805044W TO LAT. 285116N LONG. 804714W TO LAT. 285116N LONG. 804219W MIAMI CENTER, PHONE 305 716 1589, IS THE COORDINATING FAA FACILITY AND MAY BE CONTACTED FOR THE CURRENT STATUS OF ANY AIRSPACE ASSOCIATED WITH THE SPACE SHUTTLE OPERATIONS. THIS AREA ENCOMPASSES R2932, R2933, R2934, AND PORTIONS OF W497A, W158A, AND W158C. ADDITIONAL WARNING AND RESTRICTED AREAS WILL BE ACTIVE IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE OPERATIONS. PILOTS SHALL CONSULT ALL NOTAMS REGARDING THIS OPERATION.


§ 99.7 Special security instructions.

Each person operating an aircraft in an ADIZ or Defense Area must, in addition to the applicable rules of this part, comply with special security instructions issued by the Administrator in the interest of national security, pursuant to agreement between the FAA and the Department of Defense, or between the FAA and a U.S. Federal security or intelligence agency.

Each 99.7 TFR is unique and may have different restrictions. The two examples below illustrate this.

TFR isuued to support law enforcement.

!FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, PA. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATLEY UFN PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTION 91.137A(2) TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS ARE IN EFFECT WITHIN a 3 NAUTICAL MILE RADIUS OF 4122N/07701W AND THE WILLIAMSPORT VOR (FQM) VORTAC 235 DEGREE RADIAL AT 14.5 NAUTICAL MILES AT AND BELOW 5,000 FEET MSL TO PROVIDE a SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT. WILLIAMSPORT POLICE DEPT 570-368-2141 X2 IS IN CHARGE OF ON SCENE EMERGENCY RESPONSE ACTIVITIES. WILLIAMSPORT TOWER 570-368-2141 IS THE FAA COORDINATION FACILITY.

Miami Super Bowl in 2010.

!FDC 0/2675 ZMA FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS DOLPHIN STADIUM,

MIAMI, FL, FEBRUARY 7, 2010 LOCAL. PURSUANT TO 49 USC 40103(B), THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) CLASSIFIES THE AIRSPACE

DEFINED IN THIS NOTAM 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:

THE FAA MAY TAKE ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION, INCLUDING IMPOSING CIVIL PENALTIES AND THE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF AIRMEN CERTIFICATES; OR

THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT MAY PURSUE CRIMINAL CHARGES, INCLUDING CHARGES UNDER TITLE 49 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 46307; OR

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 TITLE 14 CFR SECTION 99.7, SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS, ALL AIRCRAFT FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED WITHIN a 30 NMR OF 255828N/0801419W OR THE FLL218007.6 UP TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 18000 FT MSL

EFFECTIVE 1002072100 UTC (1600 LOCAL 02/07/10) UNTIL 1002080459 UTC (2359 LOCAL 02/07/10).

ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS WITHIN THE 10 NMR AREA(S) LISTED ABOVE, KNOWN AS THE INNER CORE(S), ARE PROHIBITED EXCEPT FOR: APPROVED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND APPROVED MILITARY AIRCRAFT DIRECTLY SUPPORTING THE SUPER BOWL, APPROVED AIR AMBULANCE FLIGHTS, AND REGULARLY SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL PASSENGER AND ALL-CARGO CARRIERS OPERATING UNDER ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TSA-APPROVED STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAMS/PROCEDURES: AIRCRAFT OPERATOR STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (AOSSP), FULL ALL-CARGO AIRCRAFT OPERATOR STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (FACAOSSP), MODEL SECURITY PROGRAM (MSP), TWELVE FIVE STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (TFSSP) ALL CARGO, OR ALL-CARGO INTERNATIONAL SECURITY PROCEDURE (ACISP) AND ARE ARRIVING INTO AND/OR DEPARTING FROM 14 CFR PART 139 AIRPORTS. ALL EMERGENCY/LIFE SAVING FLIGHTS (MEDICAL/LAW ENFORCEMENT/FIREFIGHTING) OPERATIONS MUST COORDINATE WITH THE FAA AT THE DEN PRIOR TO THEIR DEPARTURE AT 202-493-5107 TO AVOID POTENTIAL DELAYS.

DCA ACCESS STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (DASSP) HOLDERS MAY APPLY FOR ACCESS TO THIS SPECIAL EVENT TFR AND MUST APPLY USING THE SPECIAL EVENT WAIVER FORM AT HTTPS://WAIVER.C3.FAA.GOV (CASE SENSITIVE - USE LOWER CASE ONLY). AIRCRAFT MUST REGISTER AND REQUEST a WAIVER AT LEAST 96 HOURS PRIOR TO THE PLANNED FLIGHT. ALL FLIGHTS CONDUCTED UNDER THIS AUTHORIZATION MUST BE OPERATED BY PILOTS VETTED THROUGH THE DASSP. ALL FLIGHTS CONDUCTED UNDER THIS AUTHORIZATION MUST DEPART FROM a DASSP GATEWAY AIRPORT. EACH AIRCRAFT OPERATING UNDER AN AUTHORIZATION INTO THE SPECIAL EVENT TFR MUST BE SEARCHED BY THE TSA AT THE DASSP GATEWAY AIRPORT

PRIOR TO DEPARTURE. ALL PASSENGERS AND CREWMEMBERS MUST PROVIDE VALID GOVERNMENT-ISSUED PHOTO IDENTIFICATION TO THE TSA AT THE GATEWAY AIRPORT

PRIOR TO DEPARTURE. ALL FLIGHTS DEPARTING FT. LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT(KFLL) AND OPA-LOCKA EXECUTIVE AIRPORT(KOPF) MUST BE SEARCHED BY TSA AT THE RESPECTIVE AIRPORT.

POSITIVE PILOT IDENTIFICATION PROCEDURES WILL BE IN EFFECT DURING THIS TFR. PILOTS MAY BE QUERIED BY ATC TO VERIFY IDENTITY. UPON DEPARTING THE GATEWAY AIRPORT, ALL AIRCRAFT MUST MAINTAIN RADIO CONTACT WITH ATC AND CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC-ASSIGNED DISCRETE TRANSPONDER CODE. INTERMEDIATE STOPS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED UNLESS AN EMERGENCY EXISTS.

ALL FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED AT THE NORTH PERRY AIRPORT (KHWO).

FOR OPERATIONS WITHIN THE AIRSPACE BETWEEN THE 10 NMR AND 30 NMR AREA(S) LISTED ABOVE, KNOWN AS THE OUTER RING(S): ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATING WITHIN THE OUTER RING(S) LISTED ABOVE ARE LIMITED TO AIRCRAFT ARRIVING OR DEPARTING LOCAL AIRFIELDS, AND WORKLOAD PERMITTING, ATC MAY AUTHORIZE IFR TRANSIT OPERATIONS WITH PRIOR COORDINATION WITH THE DEN. AIRCRAFT MAY NOT LOITER. ALL AIRCRAFT MUST BE ON AN ACTIVE IFR OR VFR FLIGHT PLAN WIT H a DISCRETE CODE ASSIGNED BY AN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATC) FACILITY. AIRCRAFT MUST BE SQUAWKING THE DISCRETE CODE PRIOR TO DEPARTURE AND AT ALL TIMES WHILE IN THE TFR AND MUST REMAIN IN TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC.

THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED WITHIN THIS TFR: FLIGHT TRAINING, PRACTICE INSTRUMENT APPROACHES, AEROBATIC FLIGHT, GLIDER OPERATIONS, PARACHUTE OPERATIONS, ULTRALIGHT, HANG GLIDING, BALLOON OPERATIONS, AGRICULTURE/CROP DUSTING, ANIMAL POPULATION CONTROL FLIGHT OPERATIONS, BANNER TOWING OPERATIONS, SIGHTSEEING OPERATIONS, MODEL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS, MODEL ROCKETRY, SEAPLANE/AMPHIBIOUS WATER OPERATIONS, AND UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS (UAS).

ANY PERSON OPERATING AN AIRCRAFT WITHIN THIS TFR WHO BECOMES AWARE OF AN INABILITY TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENT TO CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK THE ATC ASSIGNED TRANSPONDER CODE MUST IMMEDIATELY REQUEST CONTROL INSTRUCTIONS AND COMPLY WITH ALL INSTRUCTIONS FROM ATC. IF UNABLE TO CONTACT ATC, PILOTS MUST EXIT THE TFR BY THE MOST DIRECT LATERAL ROUTE.

BE ADVISED THAT NONCOMPLIANCE WITH THIS TFR MAY RESULT IN THE USE OF FORCE. FAA RECOMMENDS THAT ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CHECK NOTAMS FREQUENTLY FOR POSSIBLE CHANGES TO THIS TFR PRIOR TO OPERATIONS WITHIN THIS REGION. THE SYSTEM OPERATIONS SUPPORT CENTER (SOSC), TELEPHONE 202-267-8276, IS THE FAA POINT OF CONTACT.


Stadium TFRs

Restrictions for sporting events were established in PUblic Law 108-7, Section 352 and amended by Public Law 108-199, Section 521. NOTAM 9/515 has been published with those restrictions.

Restrictions go into effect one hour before the event and end one hour after the event.

Extends to 3 nautical miles from the stadium center.

Extends from the surface to 3000 feet AGL.

Applies to 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.

Also applies to NASCAR, Sprint Cup, INDY Car and Champ Series races excluding qualifying and per-race events.

FDC 9/5151 FDC .. 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, 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. 


Public Law 108–7 108th Congress

Consolidated Appropriations Resolution, 2003

SEC. 352. FAA NOTICE TO AIRMEN FDC 2/0199.

IN GENERAL.—The Secretary of Transportation shall maintain in full force and effect, for a period of 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act, the restrictions imposed under Federal Aviation Administration Notice to Airmen FDC 2/0199 and the restrictions that had been in effect on September 26, 2002 and that were imposed under local Notices to Airmen based on or derived from Notice to Airmen FDC 1/3353;

shall rescind immediately any waivers or exemptions from those restrictions that are in effect on the date of enactment of this Act; and may not grant any waivers or exemptions from those restrictions, except as authorized by air traffic control for operational or safety purposes; for operational purposes of an event, stadium, or other venue, including (in the case of a sporting event) equipment or parts, transport of team members, officials of the governing body and immediate family members and guests of such teams and officials to and from the event, stadium, or other venue; for broadcast coverage for any broadcast rights holder; for safety and security purposes of the event, stadium, or other venue; or to operate an aircraft in restricted airspace to the extent necessary to arrive at or depart from an airport us- ing standard air traffic procedures.

WAIVERS.—Beginning no earlier than 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary may modify or terminate such restrictions, or issue waivers or exemptions from such restrictions, if the Secretary promulgates, after public notice and an opportunity for comment, a rule setting forth the standards under which the Secretary may grant a waiver or exemption. Such standards shall provide a level of security at least equivalent to that provided by the waiver policy applied by the Secretary as of thedate of enactment of this Act.

FUNDING LIMITATION.—Unless and until the Secretary promulgates a rule in accordance with subsec- tion (b) above, none of the funds made available in this Act or any other Act may be used to terminate or limit the restrictions described in paragraph (a)(1) above or to grant waivers of, or exemptions from, such restrictions except as provided in paragraph (a)(3) above.

BROADCAST CONTRACTS NOT AFFECTED.—Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect contractual rights pertaining to any broadcasting agreement.


Public Law 108–199 108th Congress

Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2004

SEC. 521.

IN GENERAL.—The Secretary of Transportation shall, without regard to any fiscal year limitation, maintain in full force and effect the restrictions imposed under Federal Aviation Administration Notices to Airmen FDC 3/2122, FDC 3/2123, and FDC 2/0199; and may not grant any waivers or exemptions from such restrictions, except as authorized by air traffic control for operational or safety purposes; with respect to an event, stadium, or other venue for operational purposes; for the transport of team members, officials of the governing body, and immediate family members and guests of such team members and officials to and from such event, stadium, or venue; in the case of a sporting event, for the transport of equipment or parts to and from such sporting event; to permit a broadcast rights holder to provide broadcast coverage of such event, stadium, or venue; and for safety and security purposes related to such event, stadium, or venue; and to allow the operation of an aircraft in restricted airspace to the extent necessary to arrive at or depart from an airport using standard air traffic control procedures.

LIMITATIONS ON USE OF FUNDS.—None of the funds appropriated or otherwise made available by title I of this Act may be obligated or expended to terminate or limit the restric- tions imposed under the Federal Aviation Administration Notices to Airmen referred to in subsection (a), or to grant waivers of, or exemptions from, such restrictions except as provided under subsection (a)(2).

BROADCAST CONTRACTS NOT AFFECTED.—Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect con- tractual rights pertaining to any broadcasting agreement.

Power Plant NOTAM

Nuclear, hydro-electric or coal power plants, dams, refineries, industrial complexes, military facilities and other similar facilities are covered by NOTAM 4/0811

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.

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Help Us Protect The Freedom To Fly UAVs
FAQ About Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA Regulations for UAV
FAA Section 333 COA Processing
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For UAVs
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
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ITAR Policy

It is the policy of Homeland Surveillance & Electronics to adhere strictly to all U.S. laws and regulations covering the export, re-export, and import of Defense related articles, technical data, and services. Such laws and regulations include, but are not limited to, the Export Administration Act of 1979, as amended (50 U.S.C.), the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) (administered by the U.S. Department of Commerce), the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) (22 U.S.C. 2778), and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) (22 C.F.R.) (Administered by the U.S. Department of State). Further, Homeland Surveillance & Electronics adheres to additional restrictions on exports and re-exports contained in various country-specific regulations administered by the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).

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