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Post by JD » Tue Sep 18, 2012 7:43 am

http://tfr.faa.gov/save_pages/detail_2_5058.html

NOTAM : 2/5058

FDC 2/5058 ZLA CA.. FLIGHT RESTRICTION, LOS ANGELES, CA. DUE TO AERIAL DEMONSTRATIONS DURING THE SHUTTLE ENDEAVOR DELIVERY MISSION, EFFECTIVE 1209211730 UTC UNTIL 1209212030 UTC. PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTION 91.145, MANAGEMENT OF AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS IN THE VICINITY OF AERIAL DEMONSTRATIONS AND MAJOR SPORTING EVENTS, AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED WITHIN A 30 NMR OF 35559.4N/1182555.2W OR THE LOS ANGELES /LAX/ VOR/DME AT AND BELOW 5000 FT MSL WITH THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTIONS; 1. AIRCRAFT ON IFR FLIGHT PLANS. 2. AIRCRAFT ON VFR FLIGHT PLANS THAT ARE ON AN ATC ASSIGNED DISCRETE BEACON CODE AND IN TWO WAY COMMUNICATION WITH ATC. 3. APPROVED LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE FIGHTING AND MEDEVAC/AIR AMBULANCE FLIGHTS, CONTACT ATC IMMEDIATELY WHEN AIRBORNE. 4. PILOTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO CHECK NOTAMS FREQUENTLY FOR CHANGES TO PUBLISHED NOTAM TIMES. SCT TMU, PHONE 858-537-5895, IS THE POINT OF CONTACT. THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA /SCT/ TRACON, PHONE 858-537-5900, IS THE FAA COORDINATION FACILITY.

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11:30 to 2:30 Updated TFR Closure

Post by JD » Fri Sep 21, 2012 6:16 am


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Post by greblo » Fri Sep 21, 2012 8:39 am

The shuttle got off to a late start due to fog at a destination. The TFR has been changed to begin at 11:30 am and ends at 2:30 pm LOCAL TIME today (Friday). It's still a good idea to check before flying for possible changes.
Call 1800 wx brief, press 1 to speak with briefer and ask for end time of TFR for Los Angeles Space Shuttle flight. Or radio Windsports on club frequency before launching.
Safety is a book, not a word
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