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Fri, Dec 07, 2007

FL Shuttle Launch TFR: 12.08.07

NOTAM Number: FDC 7/6734
Issue Date: December 07, 2007 at 1837 UTC
Location: Miami Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida
Beginning Date and Time: December 08, 2007 at 1328 UTC
Ending Date and Time: December 08, 2007 at 2132 UTC
Reason for NOTAM: Temporary flight restrictions for Special Security Reasons
Type: Security
Replaced NOTAM(s): 7/6647: Due to change date and times
Pilots May Contact: Miami (ZMA) Center, 305-716-1589

Affected Area(s)

Area A
Airspace Definition:
 Center: 30.6 nautical miles from MELBOURNE VOR/DME(MLB) on the 004 radial (Latitude: 28º37'00"N, Longitude: 80º37'00"W)
 Radius: 40 nautical miles
 Altitude: From the surface up to but not including 18000 feet MSL
Effective Date(s):
 From December 08, 2007 at 1328 UTC (December 08, 2007 at 0528 PST)
 To December 08, 2007 at 2132 UTC (December 08, 2007 at 1332 PST)

Area B
Airspace Definition:
 Center: 30.6 nautical miles from MELBOURNE VOR/DME(MLB) on the 004 radial (Latitude: 28º37'00"N, Longitude: 80º37'00"W)
 Radius: 30 nautical miles
 Altitude: From the surface up to but not including 18000 feet MSL
Effective Date(s):
 From December 08, 2007 at 1328 UTC (December 08, 2007 at 0528 PST)
 To December 08, 2007 at 2132 UTC (December 08, 2007 at 1332 PST)

Operating Restrictions and Requirements

No pilots may operate an aircraft in the areas covered by this NOTAM (except as described).
 
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 CFR Section 99.7, special security instructions, all aircraft flight operations are prohibited.

Except as specified below and/or unless authorized by ATC:

A. All aircraft operations within a 30 NMR area listed above are prohibited except for:

Military aircraft and aircraft associated with Cape Canaveral operations, rescue/recovery, medical/lifeguard, emergency evacuation, law enforcement, department of state and fire fighting operations which are permitted only with prior approval from the appropriate ATC facility. Also, IFR 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), Domestic Security Integration Program (DSIP), 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 are authorized transit with ATC approval.

B. Flight operations within the airspace between the 30 NMR and 40 NMR listed above are permitted only in accordance with the following procedures:

All aircraft entering or exiting the 40 NM Radius TFR must be on an active IFR or VFR flight plan with a discrete code assigned by an Air Traffic Control (ATC) facility. Aircraft must be squawking the discrete code prior to departure and all times while in the TFR.

All aircraft entering or exiting the 40 NM Radius TFR must remain in two-way radio communications with ATC.

All aircraft operating within the 30 to 40 NM Radius TFR and operating at altitudes of up to but not including FL180 are limited to aircraft arriving or departing local airfields and ATC may authorize transit operations. Aircraft may not loiter.

Flight training, practice instrument approaches, aerobatic flight, glider operations, parachute operations, ultralight, hang gliding, balloon operations, agriculture/crop dusting, animal population control flight operations, and banner towing operations are not authorized within the TFR.

C. In the event that space shuttle launch is postponed, pilots should check NOTAMs for next day launch and applicable flight restrictions.

D. The 1st Range Operation Squadron, /45 Space Wing/ telephone 321-476-2192, is in charge of the operation.

Other Information:

ARTCC: ZMA - Miami Center
Point of Contact: 1st Range Operation Squadron
 45 Space Wing
 Telephone 321-476-2192
Authority: Title 14 CFR section 99.7

FMI: www.tfr.faa.gov, Depicted TFR data may not be a complete listing. Pilots should not use the information on this website for flight planning purposes. For the latest information, call your local Flight Service Station at 1-800-WX-BRIEF.

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