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Thu, Jan 31, 2008

MD TFR: 02.01.08 - 02.03.08

NOTAM Number: FDC 8/3196
Issue Date: January 31, 2008 at 2027 UTC
Type: VIP

Plain Language text is not available for this NOTAM. The traditional NOTAM text is given below:

FDC 8/3196 ZDC PART 1 OF 4 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS HAGERSTOWN/THURMONT, MARYLAND, FEBRUARY 1-3, 2008 LOCAL. THIS NOTAM REPLACES NOTAM 8/3160 DUE TO CHANGE IN TIMES. 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, AND MAY BE DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT/SECURITY PERSONNEL. PURSUANT TO TITLE 14, SECTION 91.141 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, AIRCRAFT FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED WITHIN A 10 NMR OF 393853N/0772800W OR THE MRB055023.7 UP TO BUT NOT INCLUDING FL180 EFFECTIVE 0802012145 UTC (1645 LOCAL 02/01/08) UNTIL 0802031800 UTC (1300 LOCAL 02/03/08). EXCEPT AS SPECIFIED BELOW:A. AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS ARE PERMITTED WITHIN THE AIRSPACE BETWEEN 5 NM RADIUS AND 10 NM RADIUS, PROVIDED THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONSEND PART 1 OF 4

FDC 8/3196 ZDC PART 2 OF 4 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS ARE MET:1) BE ON AN ACTIVE IFR OR VFR FLIGHT PLAN WITH A DISCRETE CODE ASSIGNED BY ATC.2) REMAIN IN TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC.3) FLIGHTS WITHIN THIS AREA ARE FOR INGRESS, EGRESS AND TRANSIT ONLY. NO LOITERING. 4) ALL AIRCRAFT DEPARTING FROM PRIVATE AIRPORTS/AIR FIELDS MUST BE ON A HEADING AWAY FROM THE CENTER OF THE P-40 / R-4009 AIRSPACE.B. WASHINGTON DULLES (IAD) ARRIVALS ARE AUTHORIZED UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:1) REGULARLY SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL PASSENGER AND CARGO AIRCRAFT OPERATING UNDER ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TSA-APPROVED STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAMS/PROCEDURES: AIRCRAFT OPERATOR STANDARD SECURITYPROGRAM (AOSSP), FULL ALL-CARGO STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (FACSSP), MODEL SECURITY PROGRAM (MSP), TWELVE FIVE STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAM (TFSSP) ALL CARGO, OR ALL-CARGO INTERNATIONAL SECURITYPROCEDURE (ACISP).2) THE AIRCRAFT REMAIN ON OR SOUTH OF THE MRB 065R.3) BE ON AN ACTIVE IFR OR VFR FLIGHT PLAN WITH A DISCRETE CODE END PART 2 OF 4

FDC 8/3196 ZDC PART 3 OF 4 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS ASSIGNED BY ATC.4) REMAIN IN TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC.5) AVOID PROHIBITED AREA 40 (P-40) / R-4009.C. WASHINGTON METRO AREA DEPARTURES ARE AUTHORIZED UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:1) REGULARLY SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL PASSENGER AND CARGO AIRCRAFT OPERATING UNDER ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TSA-APPROVED STANDARD SECURITY PROGRAMS/PROCEDURES: AIRCRAFT OPERATOR STANDARD SECURITYPROGRAM (AOSSP), DOMESTIC SECURITY INTEGRATIONPROGRAM (DSIP), TWELVE FIVE STANDARD SECURITYPROGRAM (TFSSP) ALL CARGO, OR ALL-CARGOINTERNATIONAL SECURITY PROCEDURE (ACISP) AND AREARRIVING INTO AND/OR DEPARTING FROM 14 CFR PART 139 AIRPORTS.2) BE ON AN ACTIVE IFR OR VFR FLIGHT PLAN WITH A DISCRETE CODE ASSIGNED BY ATC.3) REMAIN IN TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC.4) AIRCRAFT MAY TRANSITION AT OR ABOVE 12,500 FEET MSL.D. APPROVED MILITARY, LAW ENFORCEMENT, EMERGENCY MEDICAL AIRCRAFT, ARE AUTHORIZED UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:1) AIRCRAFT MUST BE IN TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC AND END PART 3 OF 4

FDC 8/3196 ZDC PART 4 OF 4 FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS DISPLAY ASSIGNED BEACON CODE AT ALL TIMES WITHIN THE TFR.2) AVOID PROHIBITED AREA 40 / R-4009 UNLESS THE AIRCRAFT RECEIVES U.S. SECRET SERVICE AUTHORIZATION BY CALLING 703-563-3222/3229.E. FLIGHT TRAINING, PRACTICE INSTRUMENT APPROACHES, AEROBATIC FLIGHT,GLIDER OPERATIONS, PARACHUTE OPERATIONS, ULTRALIGHT, HANG GLIDING, BALLOON OPERATIONS, AGRICULTURE/CROP DUSTING, ANIMALPOPULATION CONTROL FLIGHT OPERATIONS, AND COMMERCIAL CARGO CARRIEROPERATIONS THAT FAIL TO MEET OR EXCEED THE TSA DOMESTIC SECURITYINSPECTION PROGRAM STANDARDS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED.NOTE: ALL US SECRET SERVICE CLEARED AIRCRAFT OPERATORS BASED IN THE AREA SHOULD NOTIFY THE U.S. SECRET SERVICE PRIOR TO THEIR DEPARTURE.END PART 4 OF 4

Other Information:

ARTCC: ZDC - Washington Center
Authority: Title 14 CFR section 91.141

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