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Sat, Feb 12, 2005

Washington (DC) DC-3 TFR: Until Further Notice

NOTAM:  5/1254 
Issued:  02/11/2005 20:20 
Effective:  02/13/2005 05:01 - Undetermined 
State:  DC 
Facility:  ZDC - WASHINGTON (ARTCC),DC. 
Type:  SECURITY 
Description:  WASHINGTON DC.

FDC 5/1254 ZDC PART 1 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS WASHINGTON, DC. EFFECTIVE FROM 0502130501 UTC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTION 99.7, SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS, THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES FOR OPERATIONS AT CERTAIN AIRPORTS IN THE WASHINGTON DC METROPOLITAN AREA FLIGHT RESTRICTED ZONE (FRZ) ARE IN EFFECT: PART I. DEFINITION. 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 AIRSPACE WITHIN A 1 NM RADIUS OF FREEWAY AIRPORT /W00/ MITCHELLVILLE, MD, FROM THE SURFACE UP TO BUT NOT INCLUDING FL180. END PART 1 OF 7

FDC 5/1254 ZDC PART 2 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS WASHINGTON, DC. PART II. EXCEPT FOR DOD, LAW ENFORCEMENT, OR AEROMEDICAL FLIGHT OPERATIONS, ALL PERSONS OPERATING AN AIRCRAFT TO OR FROM THE COLLEGE PARK AIRPORT (CGS); POTOMAC AIRFIELD (VKX);OR WASHINGTON EXECUTIVE/ HYDE FIELD (W32), LOCATED WITHIN THE AIRSPACE DESIGNATED AS THE WASHINGTON D.C. METROPOLITAN AREA FRZ MUST ABIDE BY THE FOLLOWING OPERATING REQUIREMENTS AND ALL ADDITIONAL GROUND SECURITY PROCEDURES AND BACKGROUND CHECKS SPECIFIED BY THE TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (TSA) AS NECESSARY TO PROVIDE FOR THE SECURITY OF AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS TO OR FROM THE AIRPORT. PART III. OPERATING REQUIREMENTS: A) NO PERSON MAY OPERATE AN AIRCRAFT TO OR FROM THE ABOVE INDICATED AIRPORTS UNLESS THE AIRPORT OPERATORS SECURITY PROCEDURES ARE APPROVED BY TSA AND MEET OR EXCEED THE PROVISIONS OF 49 CFR PART 1562.3. B) NO PERSON MAY OPERATE AN AIRCRAFT TO OR FROM THE ABOVE INDICATED AIRPORTS UNLESS THE PILOT SATIFIES THE SECURITY PROCEDURES OUTLINED IN THE PROVISIONS OF 49 CFR PART 1562.3 AND HAS BEEN APPROVED BY END PART 2 OF 7

FDC 5/1254 ZDC PART 3 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS WASHINGTON, DC. TSA FOR OPERATIONS AT THAT AIRPORT. C) EACH PILOT SHALL COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING: 1. FOR ALL ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES, FILE EITHER AN IFR OR VFR FLIGHT PLAN WITH LEESBURG AUTOMATED FLIGHT SERVICE STATION (AFSS), VIA TELEPHONE AT 866-225-7410. A SEPARATE FLIGHT PLAN IS REQUIRED TO DEPART AND ARRIVE AT THESE AIRPORTS REGARDLESS OF WHETHER OR NOT THERE IS AN INTERMEDIATE STOP. 2. FILING FLIGHT PLANS IN THE AIR IS NOT AUTHORIZED. 3. OBTAIN AN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATC) CLEARANCE WITH DISCRETE TRANSPONDER CODE AS DESCRIBED IN DEPARTURE/ARRIVAL PROCEDURES BELOW. 4. MAINTAIN TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATION WITH ATC WHILE OPERATING WITHIN THE CONFINES OF THE FRZ AND THE CLASS B AIRSPACE AREA. 5. BE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C TRANSPONDER. END PART 3 OF 7

FDC 5/1254 ZDC PART 4 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS WASHINGTON, DC. PART IV. FLIGHT PLAN PROCEDURES: A) EACH PILOT SHALL CALL LEESBURG AFSS AND PRIOR TO FILING FLIGHT PLAN SHALL IDENTIFY HIM/HER-SELF AND USE THE CONFIDENTIAL PILOT IDENTIFICATION CODE ASSIGNED TO THEM. B) LEESBURG AFSS WILL ACCEPT FLIGHT PLAN AFTER VERIFYING CODE. C) LEESBURG AFSS WILL FORWARD PILOTS FLIGHT PLAN TO THE UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE. D) PILOTS SHALL CLOSE VFR FLIGHT PLANS WITH LESSBURG AFSS ONLY AFTER THEY ARE ON THE GROUND. E) PILOTS MAY REQUEST AND ATC MAY ACCEPT CANCELLATION OF IFR WHILE IN THE AIR. HOWEVER, PILOTS ARE REQUIRED TO REMAIN ON THEIR ASSIGNED BEACON CODE UNTIL ON THE GROUND AND REQUIRED TO CONTACT LEESBURG AFSS AFTER THEY ARE ON THE GROUND. END PART 4 OF 7

FDC 5/1254 ZDC PART 5 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS WASHINGTON, DC. F) LEESBURG AFSS WILL NOTIFY THE UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE AND APPROPRIATE ATC FACILITIES WHEN THE FLIGHT PLANS ARE CLOSED. PART V. AIR TRAFFIC PROCEDURES: A) DEPARTURE PROCEDURES. NO PILOT MAY OPERATE AN AIRCRAFT DEPARTING FROM ANY OF THE ABOVE 3 AIRPORTS UNLESS THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS ARE MET: 1. OBTAIN AN ATC CLEARANCE FROM POTOMAC APPROACH VIA TELEPHONE NUMBER 540-349-7597. 2. IFR: A) DEPARTING WASHINGTON EXECUTIVE/HYDE FIELD AND POTOMAC AIRPORT: ATC WILL PROVIDE EASTBOUND OR SOUTHBOUND RADAR VECTORS TO OUTSIDE THE FRZ. AIRCRAFT WILL THEN PROCEED ON COURSE AND REMAIN CLEAR OF THE FRZ. B) DEPARTING COLLEGE PARK AIRPORT (CGS): ATC WILL PROVIDE EAST- BOUND OR NORTHBOUND RADAR VECTORS TO OUTSIDE THE FRZ . AIRCRAFT END PART 5 OF 7

FDC 5/1254 ZDC PART 6 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS WASHINGTON, DC. WILL THEN PROCEED ON COURSE AND REMAIN CLEAR OF THE FRZ. 3. VFR - DEPARTING WASHINGTON EXECUTIVE/HYDE FIELD, POTOMAC AIRPORT, AND COLLEGE PARK AIRPORT: DEPART AS ASSIGNED BY ATC, EXPECTING A HEADING DIRECTLY AWAY FROM THE FRZ AIRSPACE UNTIL TWO- WAY COMMUNICATION IS ESTABLISHED WITH POTOMAC APPROACH. AIRCRAFT WILL FLY AS ASSIGNED BY ATC UNTIL CLEAR OF THE FRZ AND/OR THE CLASS B AIRSPACE AREA. B) ARRIVAL PROCEDURES. EACH PILOT SHALL: 1. ESTABLISH COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER THE FRZ. 2. VFR: A) APPROACH TO COLLEGE PARK AIRPORT: AIRCRAFT SHALL REMAIN OUTSIDE THE FRZ AIRSPACE UNTIL AUTHORIZED BY ATC TO ENTER THE FRZ . PILOTS CAN EXPECT ROUTING TO COLLEGE PARK VIA THE VICINITY OF FREEWAY AIRPORT. END PART 6 OF 7

FDC 5/1254 ZDC PART 7 OF 7 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS WASHINGTON, DC. B) APPROACH TO POTOMAC AIRPORT AND WASHINGTON EXECUTIVE/HYDE FIELD: AIRCRAFT SHALL REMAIN OUTSIDE THE FRZ UNTIL AUTHORIZED BY ATC TO ENTER THE FRZ . PILOTS CAN EXPECT ROUTING TO POTOMAC AIRPORT AND WASHINGTON EXECUTIVE/HYDE FIELD VIA THE VICINITY OF MARYLAND AIRPORT OR NOTTINGHAM VORTAC. 3. IFR: IFR ARRIVALS TO COLLEGE PARK, POTOMAC, AND WASHINGTON EXECUTIVE/HYDE AIRPORTS ARE AUTHORIZED. PART VI. ANY QUESTIONS ON THIS MATTER SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE FEDERAL AVIATION REPRESENTATIVE AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGIONAL COORDIANTION CENTER (703) 563-3221. END PART 7 OF 7

FMI: http://tfr.faa.gov/tfr/jsp/save_pages/detail_5_1254.html

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