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Mon, Jan 03, 2005

GA Muzzled During Inauguration

No GA Flights Into Washington ADIZ

Happy Holidays. This is just in from the FAA in Washington:

As a result of the 2005 Presidential Inauguration in Washington, DC, on January 20, 2005, the FAA, at the request of the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Defense, as part of the airspace security measures, shall modify the restrictions to the Washington DC Metropolitan Area Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) and Washington DC Metropolitan Area Flight Restricted Zone (FRZ) with flight restrictions as follows:

Washington DC Metropolitan Area ADIZ definition: From the surface up to but not including FL180 within the outer boundary of the Washington DC Tri-area Class B Airspace Area and the additional airspace contained within the area bounded by a line beginning at 383712N/0773600W, then counter-clockwise along the 30 mile arc of the DCA VOR/DME to 384124N/0762548W, then west along the southern boundary of the tri-area Class B to the point of beginning.

1. Only authorized law enforcement and military aircraft supporting the US Secret Service and emergency services flights shall be permitted to operate and land/depart within the ADIZ.

2. No General Aviation aircraft are authorized to operate within the Washington ADIZ on January 20, 2005, between 1000-1800 local, except IFR aircraft landing/departing IAD or BWI.

3. All flight waivers to operate within the ADIZ are suspended during the hours listed in line two (2) above.

4. No General Aviation overflights within the ADIZ will be authorized.

5. Only authorized CFR Part 121 and CFR Part 125 regularly scheduled commercial passenger and cargo flights departing/landing or over flying within this area can expect to receive authorization and clearance.

Washington DC FRZ definition: From the surface up to but not including FL180 within an area beginning at the Washington DCA/VOR/DME 300 degree radial at 15NM (385655N/0772008W), then clockwise along the DCA 15NM arc to the DCA 022 at 15NM (390611N/0765751W) southeast to the DCA 049 at 14NM (390218N/0765038W) south to the DCA 064 at 13NM (385901N/0764832W), then clockwise along the DCA 13NM arc to the DCA 282 at 13NM (385214N/0771848W), then north to the beginning. The FRZ is within and part of the Washington ADIZ.

1. Only authorized law enforcement and military aircraft supporting the US Secret Service and emergency services flights shall be permitted to operate and land/depart within the FRZ.

2. All flight waivers to operate within the FRZ are suspended during the hours of 1000-1800 on January 20, 2005, except ELO, GOV and SPO aircraft.

3. Only authorized CFR Part 121 and CFR Part 125 regularly scheduled commercial passenger and cargo flights that meet or exceed the Transportation Security Administration approved Aircraft Operator Standard Security Program (AOSSP), Administration Domestic Security Inspection Program (DSIP), Twelve Five Standard Security Program (FFSSP), or All-Cargo International Security Procedure (ACISP) will receive authorization to land/depart within the FRZ.

In Addition, Aircraft Receiving Authorization to Operate within the ADIZ/FRZ shall be required to:

1. Be on an active IFR flight plan.

2. Have a discrete transponder code assigned by ATC.

3. Remain in continuous two-way communications with ATC.

Aircraft Entering/Operating within the ADIZ/FRZ Without Authorization may be Intercepted by military or US Customs aircraft and diverted to:

1. Easton, MD (ESN), Stafford, VA (RMN) or Carroll County, MD (DMW) Airports for questioning by Federal Law Officers. Special Flights or Operations not authorized ANYWHERE within the ADIZ/FRZ -Flight Training–Gliders–Hot Air Balloons-Animal Population Control-Utility line/pipe inspection flights-Banner Tow–Parachute–Ultralights-Practice Approaches–Aerobatic-Hang Gliding-Crop Dusting-Seaplanes

The NOTAM

ARTCC-ZDC FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS WASHINGTON, DC, JANUARY 20, 2005 LOCAL. PURSUANT TO TITLE 14, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, SECTIONS 91.141 AND 99.7 SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS, EFFECTIVE 0501201500 (1000 LOCAL 01/20/05) UNTIL 0501202300 (1800 LOCAL 01/20/05); A. THE DC ADIZ IS THAT AIRSPACE, FROM THE SURFACE TO BUT NOT INCLUDING FL180, WITHIN THE OUTER BOUNDARY OF THE WASHINGTON DC TRI-AREA CLASS B AIRSPACE AREA; AND THAT ADDITIONAL AIRSPACE CONTAINED WITHIN AN AREA BOUNDED BY A LINE BEGINNING AT 383712N/0773600W; THENCE COUNTER CLOCKWISE ALONG THE 30-MILE ARC OF THE DCA VOR/DME TO 384124N/0762548W; THENCE WEST ALONG THE SOUTHERN BOUNDARY OF THE WASHINGTON DC TRI-AREA CLASS B AIRSPACE AREA TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; B. THE WASHINGTON DC METROPOLITAN AREA FLIGHT RESTRICTED ZONE (FRZ) IS DEFINED AS AN AREA BOUNDED BY A LINE BEGINNING AT THE WASHINGTON /DCA/ VOR/DME 300 DEGREE RADIAL AT 15 NM 385655N/0772008W THENCE CLOCKWISE ALONG THE DCA 15 NM ARC TO THE DCA 022 DEGREE RADIAL AT 15 NM 390611N/0765751W THENCE SOUTHEAST VIA A LINE DRAWN TO THE DCA 049 DEGREE RADIAL AT 14 NM 390218N/0765038W THENCE SOUTH VIA A LINE DRAWN TO THE DCA 064 DEGREE RADIAL AT 13 NM 385901N/0764832W THENCE CLOCKWISE ALONG THE DCA 13 NM ARC TO THE DCA 282 DEGREE RADIAL AT 13 NM 385214N/0771848W THENCE NORTH VIA A LINE DRAWN TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; EXCLUDING THE AIR- SPACE WITHIN A 1 NM RADIUS OF FREEWAY AIRPORT /W00/ MITCHELLVILLE, MD, FROM THE SURFACE UP TO BUT NOT INCLUDING FL180. THE FRZ IS WITHIN AND PART OF THE WASHINGTON DC METROPOLITAN ADIZ. C. THE FOLLOWING FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS/SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS ARE IN EFFECT:

(1) VFR AND GENERAL AVIATION PART 91 AIRCRAFT FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED IN THE ADIZ AND FRZ. EXCEPTIONS WILL BE GRANTED TO GA AIRCRAFT ARRIVING AND/OR DEPARTING DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (IAD) AND BALTIMORE WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BWI) IF THOSE AIRCRAFT ARE ON AN IFR FLIGHT PLAN, ON AN ASSIGNED DISCRETE BEACON CODE AND REMAIN IN CONSTANT TOW-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC.

(2) LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MILITARY AIRCRAFT DIRECTLY SUPPORTING THE UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE (USSS) AND THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (POTUS) ARE AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE IN THE ADIZ AND FRZ.

(3) REGULARLY SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL PASSENGER AND CARGO AIRCRAFT THAT MEET OR EXCEED THE TSA’S DOMESTIC SECURITY INSPECTION PROGRAM STANDARDS AND ARE ARRIVING INTO AND/OR DEPARTING FROM BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON INTL, MD (BWI), WASHINGTON DULLES INTL, VA (IAD) AIRPORTS ARE AUTHORIZED IN THE ADIZ ; ARRIVING/DEPARTING RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT (DCA) ARE AUTHORIZED WITHIN THE ADIZ AND FRZ.

(4) ALL WAIVERS TO FDC NOTAM 3/2126 ARE SUSPENDED DURING THE TIME OF THIS NOTAM EXCEPT FOR WAIVERS BEGINNING WITH ELO AND SPO.

(5) THE PROVISIONS OF FDC NOTAMS 3/0853 MARYLAND 3; 3/2943 VFR TRAFFIC PATTERN OPERATIONS AT CERTAIN AIRPORTS; 3/0539 INGRESS/EGRESS PROCEDURES FOR BAY BRIDGE (W29) AND KENTMORE (3W3) IN MARYLAND; AND 3/0540 EGRESS PROCEDURES FOR CERTAIN AIRPORTS WITHIN THE WASHINGTON, DC METROPOLITAN AREA ADIZ ARE TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED DURING THE TIME OF THIS NOTAM.

(6) EMERGENCY MEDICAL FLIGHTS ARE AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE VFR IN THE ADIZ AND FRZ. EMERGENCY MEDICAL FLIGHTS MUST REMAIN IN TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC AND BE ON AN ASSIGNED DISCRETE BEACON CODE.

(7) ALL AIRCRAFT ENTERING OR EXITING THE ABOVE LISTED AIRSPACE MUST REMAIN IN TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC AND BE ON AN ASSIGNED DISCRETE BEACON CODE.

(8) ALL US SECRET SERVICE CLEARED AIRCRAFT OPERATORS BASED IN THE AREA SHOULD NOTIFY THE US SECRET SERVICE PRIOR TO THEIR DEPARTURE AT 703-563-3222. D. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CHECK NOTAMS FREQUENTLY FOR POSSIBLE REQUIRED CHANGES TO THIS TFR PRIOR TO OPERATIONS WITHIN THIS REGION.

FMI: www.faa.gov

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