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  • Rich Martindell http://www.wild-blue-yonder.com 619.253.7649 May 31, 2007
  • Overview: Airplanes are for going places so talking about the Washington, D.C. ADIZ on the west coast is not crazy
  • ADIZ graphic: With some exceptions in the southern boundary, the ADIZ and class B boundaries are similar BUT clearance for one does not mean clearance for the other. With this briefing you will have the basic information you need to fly into the ADIZ and associated class B if you wish.
  • FRZ graphic: Clearance to fly in the FRZ requires extensive qualifications. Don’t plan on it if you’re not a local or commercial flight.
  • ADIZ Entry Procedures: If you’re on an IFR flight plan you will automatically comply with the ADIZ entry procedures. The procedures we are going to discuss here are for VFR flights.
  • ADIZ Entry Points Map: You just have to designate one of the entry points near your route of flight. You do not have to over fly the point you designate to start your ADIZ flight plan. Just get identified by Potomac and get clearance in before you cross the line.
  • Inbound Flight Plan: As far as the computer is concerned this is an IFR flight plan so the computer will generate a “flight strip” for the appropriate controller. However, you are required to remain VMC and comply with VFR criteria.
  • Outbound Flight Plan: The outbound is just the reverse and again, even though you are VFR you must file a flight plan in the IFR system.
  • Departure Procedures: If there’s no tower at your departure airfield, you will have to get your squawk activate your flight plan by phone and make any departure time window that ATC assigns.
  • Lost Communications: If you are inbound and lose either your radio or your transponder you cannot continue to your destination. You MUST exit the ADIZ immediately and contact ATC after landing. If you have an emergency that dictates landing immediately, advise ATC of your situation if possible and sort it out on the ground.
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  • “ I’ve been intercepted”: If you are intercepted by a fighter you will probably only see one at a time but there will usually be two of them and you can guess where the other one is. Minimum speed for an F-15, F-16 or F/A-18 is around 150 kts. The F-16s and F-18s will probably have VHF, the F-15 probably won’t. Helicopters are more speed compatible AND they can hold up a sign in the side door to tell you what frequency to use.
  • Restricted Areas: The unmanned objects flying through the air in restricted airspace have no concept of “see and avoid” and could care less if they happen to hit you.
  • Alert Areas: Good example is the alert area northwest of Phoenix along the highway every VFR pilot in Arizona uses to get from Phoenix to Las Vegas.
  • Military Training Routes: Users include fighters, bombers and transports. Common speeds are multiples of 60 (360, 420, 480). And, yes the TFR guys do fly these things in and out of IMC.
  • Presidential TFRs: These TFRs, in particular, can pop up after you have taken off on longer flights. Be sure to get updates en-route.
  • Crawford TX TFR Graphic: This is what the airspace restrictions look like when the President is in Crawford. The pink circle TFR is where Air Force One was parked.
  • Special Events TFRs: We understand sports stadiums and air shows. Just realize that more and more places are getting certified as spaceports in addition to the NASA launches and recoveries.
  • Disaster TFRs: The only one we probably won’t see in California is a Hurricane TFR.
  • Homland Security TFRs: The Predator UAV TFR from 16,000 to 18,000 feet.
  • San Diego Class B: Miramar approach corridor if you are in the 12,500 to 15,000 feet altitude range you could have some surprises if you aren’t talking to ATC.
  • Navigation Aids: If you dial an 800 number for FSS the odds are going up that you will be talking to someone way far, far away.
  • Uses of Special Airspace

    1. 1. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE PRESENTATION STARTS INPRESENTATION STARTS INMINUTESMINUTES
    2. 2. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 22SPECIAL USESPECIAL USEAIRSPACEAIRSPACE
    3. 3. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 33SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACEOr How to avoid thisPresented byRICH MARTINDELLFAASTeam Representativeand the San Diego FSDO
    4. 4. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 44SPECIAL USE AIR SPACESPECIAL USE AIR SPACE WASHINGTON, DC ADIZWASHINGTON, DC ADIZ VISUAL INTERCEPT SIGNALSVISUAL INTERCEPT SIGNALS RESTRICTED AREAS (MOAs)RESTRICTED AREAS (MOAs) MILITARY TRAINING ROUTESMILITARY TRAINING ROUTES TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTIONSTEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS LOCAL AREA CONSIDERATIONSLOCAL AREA CONSIDERATIONS NAVIGATION AIDSNAVIGATION AIDS SUMMARYSUMMARY
    5. 5. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 55WASHINGTON, DC ADIZWASHINGTON, DC ADIZ
    6. 6. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 66WASHINGTON FRZWASHINGTON FRZ
    7. 7. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 77ADIZ ENTRY PROCEDURESADIZ ENTRY PROCEDURES FILE & ACTIVATE ADIZ FLIGHT PLANFILE & ACTIVATE ADIZ FLIGHT PLAN– DIFFERENT FROM REGULAR FLIGHT PLANDIFFERENT FROM REGULAR FLIGHT PLAN CONTACT POTOMIC APPROACHCONTACT POTOMIC APPROACH GET AND SQUAWK DISCRETE CODEGET AND SQUAWK DISCRETE CODE– NEVER SQUAWK 1200 IN ADIZNEVER SQUAWK 1200 IN ADIZ
    8. 8. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 88ADIZ ENTRY PROCEDUREADIZ ENTRY PROCEDURE
    9. 9. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 99INBOUND ADIZ FLIGHT PLANINBOUND ADIZ FLIGHT PLAN TYPE OF FLIGHT – IFRTYPE OF FLIGHT – IFR DEPARTURE POINT – FROM LISTDEPARTURE POINT – FROM LIST DESTINATION – AIRPORTDESTINATION – AIRPORT ALTITUDE – VFR/0##ALTITUDE – VFR/0## REMARKS – ADIZ/DUATSREMARKS – ADIZ/DUATS
    10. 10. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 1010ADIZ FLIGHT PLANSADIZ FLIGHT PLANSADIZ/DUATS
    11. 11. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 1111ADIZ ENTRY PROCEDURESADIZ ENTRY PROCEDURES AFTER CONTACT WITH CODE FLY FLIGHTAFTER CONTACT WITH CODE FLY FLIGHTPLAN ROUTEPLAN ROUTE FOLLOW NORMAL PROCEDURES FOR CLASSFOLLOW NORMAL PROCEDURES FOR CLASSB AIR SPACEB AIR SPACE GET HANDOFF TO TOWER/CTAFGET HANDOFF TO TOWER/CTAF CONTINUE TO SQUAWK DISCRETE CODECONTINUE TO SQUAWK DISCRETE CODE LANDLAND TURN TRANSPONDER OFFTURN TRANSPONDER OFF CLOSE FLIGHT PLANCLOSE FLIGHT PLAN
    12. 12. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 1212OUTBOUND ADIZ FLIGHT PLANOUTBOUND ADIZ FLIGHT PLAN TYPE OF FLIGHT – IFRTYPE OF FLIGHT – IFR DEPARTURE POINT – AIRPORTDEPARTURE POINT – AIRPORT DESTINATION – FROM LISTDESTINATION – FROM LIST ALTITUDE – VFR/0##ALTITUDE – VFR/0## REMARKS – ADIZ/DUATSREMARKS – ADIZ/DUATS
    13. 13. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 1313ADIZ DEPARTURE PROCEDURESADIZ DEPARTURE PROCEDURES FILE AND ACTIVATE FLIGHT PLANFILE AND ACTIVATE FLIGHT PLAN GET & SQUAWK DISCRETE TRANSPONDERGET & SQUAWK DISCRETE TRANSPONDERCODECODE PRIORPRIOR TO TAKEOFFTO TAKEOFF DO NOT SQUAWK 1200 IN ADIZDO NOT SQUAWK 1200 IN ADIZ WHEN CLEAR OF PATTERN CONTACTWHEN CLEAR OF PATTERN CONTACTPOTOMIC APPROACHPOTOMIC APPROACH DEPART ADIZDEPART ADIZ CLEAR WITH POTOMIC AND CHANGECLEAR WITH POTOMIC AND CHANGETRANSPONDERTRANSPONDER
    14. 14. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 1414COMMON ADIZ VIOLATIONSCOMMON ADIZ VIOLATIONS PILOT UNAWARE OF ADIZ BOUNDARYPILOT UNAWARE OF ADIZ BOUNDARY EARLY SWITCH TO VFR 1200 CODEEARLY SWITCH TO VFR 1200 CODE PILOT UNAWARE OF ADIZPILOT UNAWARE OF ADIZ FORGET TO ACTIVATE MODE CFORGET TO ACTIVATE MODE C(ALTITUDE)(ALTITUDE)
    15. 15. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 1515EQUIPMENT MALFUNCTIONSEQUIPMENT MALFUNCTIONS LOST COMM (RADIOLOST COMM (RADIO ORORTRANSPONDER)TRANSPONDER)– VFR DIRECT OUT OF ADIZVFR DIRECT OUT OF ADIZ– LAND AND CALL ATC ASAPLAND AND CALL ATC ASAP EQUIPMENT FAILURE – LAND OR EXITEQUIPMENT FAILURE – LAND OR EXIT
    16. 16. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 1616TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORTTOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT VISUAL WARNING SYSTEMVISUAL WARNING SYSTEM– RED/RED/GREEN LASER LIGHTRED/RED/GREEN LASER LIGHT– AIMED AT YOUR AIRCRAFTAIMED AT YOUR AIRCRAFT– NOT HARMFUL TO EYESNOT HARMFUL TO EYES– VISABLE TO 20 MILES IN VMCVISABLE TO 20 MILES IN VMC EXECUTE THE THREE “Ts”EXECUTE THE THREE “Ts”– TURN AWAY FROM ADIZ & LIGHTSTURN AWAY FROM ADIZ & LIGHTS– TUNE 121.5 AND SQUAWK 7700TUNE 121.5 AND SQUAWK 7700– TALK TO ANYONE WHO WILL LISTENTALK TO ANYONE WHO WILL LISTEN
    17. 17. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 1717VISUAL WARNING SYSTEMVISUAL WARNING SYSTEM LOOKS LIKE THISLOOKS LIKE THIS
    18. 18. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 1818I’VE BEEN INTERCEPTEDI’VE BEEN INTERCEPTED FIGHTER/HELICOPTERFIGHTER/HELICOPTER TALK TO ATC AND/OR TUNE 121.5 ANDTALK TO ATC AND/OR TUNE 121.5 ANDTALKTALK FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONSFOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
    19. 19. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 1919VISUAL SIGNALSVISUAL SIGNALSIntercepting AircraftIntercepting AircraftSignalSignalMeaningMeaning InterceptedInterceptedAircraft ResponseAircraft ResponseMeaningMeaningRocks wings; afterRocks wings; afteracknowledgementacknowledgementinitiates a slow levelinitiates a slow levelturn, typically to theturn, typically to theleft, into the desiredleft, into the desiredheadingheadingYou have beenYou have beeninterceptedinterceptedRocks wings, followsRocks wings, followsinterceptinginterceptingaircrafts leadaircrafts leadI understand and willI understand and willcomplycomplyNight operations =Night operations =flashing offlashing ofnavigation lightsnavigation lightsNight = flash navigationNight = flash navigationlightslightsPerforms an abruptPerforms an abruptbreakawaybreakawaymaneuver with amaneuver with aclimbing 90 degreeclimbing 90 degreeturn withoutturn withoutcrossing thecrossing theinterceptedinterceptedaircraft’s flight pathaircraft’s flight pathYou may proceedYou may proceed Rocks wingsRocks wings I understand and willI understand and willcomplycomplyCircles airport, lowersCircles airport, lowerslanding gear,landing gear,and filesand filesover runway in theover runway in thedirection of landingdirection of landingLand at this airportLand at this airport Lowers landing gear,Lowers landing gear,follows interceptingfollows interceptingaircraft and lands ifaircraft and lands ifrunway is saferunway is safeI understand and willI understand and willcomplycomplyNight = additionally turnsNight = additionally turnson landing lightson landing lightsNight = turn on landingNight = turn on landinglightlight
    20. 20. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 2020VISUAL SIGNALSVISUAL SIGNALSIntercepted AircraftIntercepted AircraftSignalSignalMeaningMeaning InterceptingInterceptingAircraft ResponseAircraft ResponseMeaningMeaningRaises landing gear whileRaises landing gear whileflying over runwayflying over runwaybetween 1000’ andbetween 1000’ and2000’ and continues2000’ and continuesto circle airportto circle airportThis airport is inadequateThis airport is inadequate If the intercepted aircraft isIf the intercepted aircraft isrequired to go to anrequired to go to analternate airport,alternate airport,intercepting aircraftintercepting aircraftwill raise landing gearwill raise landing gearand use interceptand use interceptproceduresproceduresUnderstood, follow meUnderstood, follow meNight operations =Night operations =intercepted aircraftintercepted aircraftwill flash landingwill flash landinglights while passinglights while passingover runwayover runwayTo release the interceptedTo release the interceptedaircraft, theaircraft, theintercepting aircraftintercepting aircraftwill perform awill perform abreakaway maneuverbreakaway maneuverUnderstood, you mayUnderstood, you mayproceedproceedPilot switches all availablePilot switches all availablelights on and off atlights on and off atregular intervalsregular intervalsCannot complyCannot complyPerforms breakawayPerforms breakawaymaneuvermaneuverUnderstoodUnderstoodPilot switches all availablePilot switches all availablelights on and off atlights on and off atirregular intervalsirregular intervalsIn distressIn distressPerforms breakawayPerforms breakawaymaneuvermaneuverUnderstoodUnderstood
    21. 21. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 2121SPECIAL USE AIR SPACESPECIAL USE AIR SPACE PROHIBITED AREASPROHIBITED AREAS RESTRICTED AREASRESTRICTED AREAS WARNING AREASWARNING AREAS ALERT AREASALERT AREAS MILITARY OPERATING AREAS (MOAs)MILITARY OPERATING AREAS (MOAs) MILITARY TRAINING ROUTESMILITARY TRAINING ROUTES
    22. 22. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 2222PROHIBITED AREASPROHIBITED AREAS DON’T GO THERE – EVERDON’T GO THERE – EVER– THE MALL IN WASHINGTON, DCTHE MALL IN WASHINGTON, DC– CAMP DAVIDCAMP DAVID– CRAWFORD, TEXASCRAWFORD, TEXAS– NATIONAL SECURITY AREASNATIONAL SECURITY AREAS DIMENSIONS LISTED ON SECTIONALS &DIMENSIONS LISTED ON SECTIONALS &WACsWACs
    23. 23. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 2323RESTRICTED AREASRESTRICTED AREAS UNMANNED, UNGUIDED OBJECTSUNMANNED, UNGUIDED OBJECTSHURLING THROUGH SPACEHURLING THROUGH SPACE DON’T GO THERE WITHOUT CHECKINGDON’T GO THERE WITHOUT CHECKINGAND GETTING A CLEARANCEAND GETTING A CLEARANCE TIMES, DIMENSIONS & CONROLLINGTIMES, DIMENSIONS & CONROLLINGAGENCY LISTED ON SECTIONALS &AGENCY LISTED ON SECTIONALS &WACsWACs2222
    24. 24. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 2424WARNING AREASWARNING AREAS RESTRICTED AREA IN INTERNATIONALRESTRICTED AREA IN INTERNATIONALAIR SPACEAIR SPACE VFR FLIGHT OK - ??????VFR FLIGHT OK - ?????? TIMES, DIMENSIONS & CONROLLINGTIMES, DIMENSIONS & CONROLLINGAGENCY LISTED ON SECTIONALS &AGENCY LISTED ON SECTIONALS &WACsWACs
    25. 25. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 2525ALERT AREASALERT AREAS INTENSIVE STUDENT TRAININGINTENSIVE STUDENT TRAINING TIMES, DIMENSIONS & CONROLLINGTIMES, DIMENSIONS & CONROLLINGAGENCY LISTED ON SECTIONALS &AGENCY LISTED ON SECTIONALS &WACsWACs VFR OK – NO CLEARANCE REQUIREDVFR OK – NO CLEARANCE REQUIRED FLIGHT FOLLOWING – EXTRA SET OFFLIGHT FOLLOWING – EXTRA SET OFEYESEYES
    26. 26. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 2626MILITARY OPERATING AREASMILITARY OPERATING AREAS(MOAs)(MOAs) ADVISORY IN NATUREADVISORY IN NATURE AGGRESSIVE, MANUVERING FLIGHTAGGRESSIVE, MANUVERING FLIGHT TIMES, DIMENSIONS & CONROLLING AGENCYTIMES, DIMENSIONS & CONROLLING AGENCYLISTED ON SECTIONALS & WACsLISTED ON SECTIONALS & WACs VFR FLIGHT PERMITTEDVFR FLIGHT PERMITTED AT YOUR OWN RISKAT YOUR OWN RISK CONTACT WITH ATC OR CONTROLLING AGENCYCONTACT WITH ATC OR CONTROLLING AGENCYNOTNOT REQUIREDREQUIRED FLIGHT FOLLOWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDEDFLIGHT FOLLOWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED IFR FLIGHT ONLY IF AREA IS COLDIFR FLIGHT ONLY IF AREA IS COLD NIGHT LIGHTS OUT SELECTED MOAsNIGHT LIGHTS OUT SELECTED MOAs
    27. 27. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 2727MILITARY TRAINING ROUTESMILITARY TRAINING ROUTES VRs – VISUAL ROUTESVRs – VISUAL ROUTES IRs – INSTRUMENT ROUTESIRs – INSTRUMENT ROUTES #### < 1500 AGL (VRs)#### < 1500 AGL (VRs) ### > 1500 AGL (IRs & VRs)### > 1500 AGL (IRs & VRs) BIG & SMALL JETS GREATER THAN 250KTSBIG & SMALL JETS GREATER THAN 250KTS PILOT MUST REQUEST INFORMATION ABOUTPILOT MUST REQUEST INFORMATION ABOUTSPECIFIC VRs/IRs ON FLIGHT PLAN ROUTESPECIFIC VRs/IRs ON FLIGHT PLAN ROUTE
    28. 28. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 2828TEMPORARY FLIGHTTEMPORARY FLIGHTRESTRICTIONS (TFRs)RESTRICTIONS (TFRs) PRESIDENTIALPRESIDENTIAL SPECIAL EVENTSSPECIAL EVENTS DISASTER/HAZARD AREASDISASTER/HAZARD AREAS HOMELAND SECURITYHOMELAND SECURITY
    29. 29. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 2929TFR FORMATTFR FORMAT1. Location of the TFR area1. Location of the TFR area2. Effective period2. Effective period3. Defined area3. Defined area4. Altitudes affected4. Altitudes affected5. FAA coordination facility and telephone number5. FAA coordination facility and telephone number6. Reason for the TFR6. Reason for the TFR7. Agency directing relief activities (if applicable) and7. Agency directing relief activities (if applicable) andtelephone numbertelephone number8. Any other information considered appropriate.8. Any other information considered appropriate.
    30. 30. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 3030PRESIDENTIAL TFRsPRESIDENTIAL TFRs SHORT NOTICESHORT NOTICE TAKE NO PRISONERS MENTALITYTAKE NO PRISONERS MENTALITY
    31. 31. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 3131PRESIDENTIAL TFRsPRESIDENTIAL TFRs
    32. 32. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 3232PRESIDENTIAL TFRsPRESIDENTIAL TFRs
    33. 33. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 3333SPECIAL EVENT TFRsSPECIAL EVENT TFRs SPORTS EVENTS/STADIUMSSPORTS EVENTS/STADIUMS AIRSHOWSAIRSHOWS SPACE FLIGHTSSPACE FLIGHTS
    34. 34. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 3434DISASTER/HAZARDS TFRsDISASTER/HAZARDS TFRs FOREST FIRESFOREST FIRES HURRICANE RELIEFHURRICANE RELIEF MUDSLIDESMUDSLIDES EARTHQUAKEEARTHQUAKE3333
    35. 35. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 3535HOMELAND SECURITY TFRsHOMELAND SECURITY TFRs ARIZONA/NEW MEXICO UAV TFRARIZONA/NEW MEXICO UAV TFR
    36. 36. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 3636SPECIAL FEDERAL AVIATIONSPECIAL FEDERAL AVIATIONREGULATIONSREGULATIONS SFAR 50-2 – GRAND CANYONSFAR 50-2 – GRAND CANYONOPERATIONSOPERATIONS SFAR 60 – ATC EMERGENCYSFAR 60 – ATC EMERGENCYOPERATIONOPERATION SFAR 94 – WASHINGTON, DC SPECIALSFAR 94 – WASHINGTON, DC SPECIALFLIGHT RULES AREAFLIGHT RULES AREA
    37. 37. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 3737LOCAL STUFFLOCAL STUFF CLASS B TERMINAL CONTROL AREACLASS B TERMINAL CONTROL AREA MIRAMAR FLIGHT ACTIVITYMIRAMAR FLIGHT ACTIVITY
    38. 38. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 3838SAN DIEGO CLASS BSAN DIEGO CLASS BCurrent ClassB AirspaceCurrent ClassB AirspaceWW--291291PalomarPalomarRamonaRamonaII--88PoggiPoggiII--1515II--55II--5252II--163163MZBMZB12512548481251252020125125181812512568681251253030125125484812512538381251251818125125SFCSFC3232SFCSFC 125125484812512568682525151512512548481251255858125125353512512530301251251818125125SFCSFCII--805805125125SFCSFC125125282833332828 1251254747125125484812512528283333SFCSFC1251254747Not For NavigationNot For Navigation
    39. 39. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 3939NAVIGATION AIDSNAVIGATION AIDS LOCKHEED FLIGHT SERVICE STATIONSLOCKHEED FLIGHT SERVICE STATIONS CHARTS – MUST BE CURRENTCHARTS – MUST BE CURRENT CURRENT NOTAMS (UPDATE IN THE AIRCURRENT NOTAMS (UPDATE IN THE AIRON LONG FLIGHTS)ON LONG FLIGHTS) VOR/DMEVOR/DME CURRENT GPS DATABASECURRENT GPS DATABASE GPS – USE BIGGEST PICTUREGPS – USE BIGGEST PICTUREFEASIBLEFEASIBLE
    40. 40. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 4040GPS SCALEGPS SCALE
    41. 41. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 4141GPS SCALEGPS SCALE
    42. 42. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 4242SUMMARYSUMMARY GOOD FLIGHT PLANNINGGOOD FLIGHT PLANNING CHECK PERMANENT AND TEMPORARYCHECK PERMANENT AND TEMPORARYRESTRICTIONSRESTRICTIONS GET HELP WITH SPECIAL PROCEDURESGET HELP WITH SPECIAL PROCEDURES GET A BRIEFING ON TAPE FROM ANGET A BRIEFING ON TAPE FROM AN“OFFICIAL” SOURCE“OFFICIAL” SOURCE UPDATE FREQUENTLYUPDATE FREQUENTLY
    43. 43. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 4343SUMMARYSUMMARY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & TRAININGADDITIONAL INFORMATION & TRAININGhttp://faasafety.gov/http://faasafety.gov/CLICK ON “TFR TRAINING”CLICK ON “TFR TRAINING”http://www.aopa.org/http://www.aopa.org/CLICK “AIR SAFETY FOUNDATION” > “ON-CLICK “AIR SAFETY FOUNDATION” > “ON-LINE COURSES”LINE COURSES”
    44. 44. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 4444SUMMARYSUMMARY FLYING IS STILL FUN!!!!FLYING IS STILL FUN!!!! GOOD PRE-FLIGHT PLANNING MAKES ITGOOD PRE-FLIGHT PLANNING MAKES ITLESS STRESSFUL AND KEEPS IT FUNLESS STRESSFUL AND KEEPS IT FUN
    45. 45. 11SPECIAL USE AIRSPACESPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Federal AviationAdministration 4545Flying is not inherently dangerous, butFlying is not inherently dangerous, butto an even greater extent than the sea,to an even greater extent than the sea,it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness,it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness,incapacity, or neglect.incapacity, or neglect.Thank you for attending.Thank you for attending.Rich MartindellRich MartindellWWW.WILD-BLUE-YONDER.COMWWW.WILD-BLUE-YONDER.COM

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