Intercepted! (Or almost everything you wish you had known about Temporary Flight Restrictions!) (Part 2 of this presentation). EAA Aeroventure 2004. Cliff Chetwin, Gold Seal/Master CFI; Lead FAAST Rep. 14CFR 99.7…. “Special Security Instructions”
(Or almost everything you wish you had known about Temporary Flight Restrictions!)
(Part 2 of this presentation)
EAA Aeroventure 2004
Cliff Chetwin, Gold Seal/Master CFI; Lead FAAST Rep
“Special Security Instructions”
ADIZ, military security, and special national security needs.
Designed to protect persons/property in the air or on the ground from existing or imminent hazard(s) associated with an incident on the ground when the presence of low flying aircraft would magnify, alter, spread, or compound the hazard.
Protect declared natural disasters for humanitarian
reasons in the State of Hawaii (good for 90 days)
Protect the President, Vice President, or other public figures
(ie: P-40, P-49)
June 1-2, 2004
(10 mile inner ring, up to 30 mile outer ring)
*except as may be authorized by the administrator
Waiver granted by administrator for…
“…emergency supply, transport, or medical services to isolated communities…”
Aerial Demonstration and Sporting Events
(5) nautical miles, and
17,000’ msl (aircraft)
13,000’ agl (parachute)
During event as specified in NOTAM
(3) nautical miles, and
1 hour before & after event
Generally restricted to open air events
Provide safe environment for operation of disaster relief aircraft
Roughly 40% of all TFRs are issued under this authority
Over 160 fire TFR busts in 2007!
Over 100 fire TFR busts in 2008!
Over 180 fire TFR busts in 2009!
or as required to maintain VFR due to weather or terrain,…
and with the approval of the specified FSS or ATC facility,…
and the operation does not hamper or endanger relief efforts,…
and the operation is not to observe the incident.
(Its illegal to be in the TFR!)
SEE and AVOID???
(standard config is degrees/decimal/minutes); and…
Know Your Airspace!
Cliff Chetwin holds certificates as a flight instructor and ground instructor, was a FAASTeam Representative of the year for the DEN FSDO and the NW Mountain Region. He currently resides in New Mexico where he is also a FAASTeam Representative in the ABQ FSDO. He is the author of the “GA Guide to National Parks”, was an airspace coordinator for the Department of the Interior for over 10 years, and he speaks extensively around the country. Cliff specializes in mountain flying, youth clients, and aviation safety issues. He may be contacted firstname.lastname@example.org.