Thu, Jun 14, 2007
NOTAM Number: FDC 7/4464
Issue Date: June 14, 2007 at 1902 UTC
Type: Space Operations
Plain Language text is not available for this NOTAM. The
traditional NOTAM text is given below:
FDC 7/4464 ZMA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL.
EFFECTIVE 0706151433 UTC UNTIL 0706151620 UTC. KENNEDY SPACE CENTER
CFR 91.143 SPACE OPERATIONS AREA PURSUANT TO SECTION 91.143 OFFTHE
CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS TITLE 10 (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. 803000WTHENCE CLOCKWISE
VIA A 30 NAUTICAL MILE ARC CENTERED ATLAT. 283703N LONG. 803647W TO
LAT. 281330N LONG. 801600WTO LAT. 282501N LONG. 803029W TO LAT.
282501N LONG. 803759WTO LAT. 282501N LONG. 804144W TO LAT. 283801N
LONG. 804701WTO LAT. 284911N LONG. 805044W TO LAT. 285116N LONG.
804714WTO LAT. 285116N LONG. 804219WMIAMI CENTER IS THE
COORDINATING FAA FACILITY AND SHOULD BECONTACTED FOR THE CURRENT
STATUS OF ANY AIRSPACE ASSOCIATED WITHTHIS LAUNCH. THIS AREA
ENCOMPASSES R2932, R2933, R2934, AND PORTIONSOF W497A, W158A, AND
W158C. ADDITIONAL WARNING AND RESTRICTED AREASWILL BE ACTIVE IN
CONJUNCTION WITH THE OPERATIONS. PILOTS SHALLCONSULT ALL NOTAMS
REGARDING THIS OPERATION.
ARTCC: ZMA - Miami Center
Authority: Title 14 CFR section 91.143
Depicted TFR data may not be a complete listing. Pilots should not
use the information on this website for flight planning purposes.
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