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!FDC 6/4260 ZZZ PART 1 OF 6 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR FOREIGN
STATE AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS TO OR FROM, WITHIN, OR TRANSITING UNITED
STATES (U.S.) TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE.
THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS FOR FOREIGN STATE
AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS TO, FROM, WITHIN, OR TRANSITING U.S. TERRITORIAL
AIRSPACE ARE IN EFFECT PURSUANT TO 14 CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS
(CFR) 99.7, SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS, AND 49 USC 40103 AND
41703, IN ADDITION TO THE REQUIREMENTS PRESCRIBED IN 14 CFR PART 99
(SECURITY CONTROL OF AIR TRAFFIC). THE REQUIREMENTS IN THIS NOTAM
SUPERSEDE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR FOREIGN STATE AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS TO,
FROM, WITHIN, OR TRANSITING U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE FORMERLY
PUBLISHED IN FDC NOTAM 5/5806 (A0054/15). IN ADDITION TO THE
REQUIREMENTS OF THIS NOTAM, FOREIGN STATE AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS MUST
COMPLY WITH ALL OTHER APPLICABLE REGULATIONS PUBLISHED IN TITLE 14
CFR.
PART I. STATE AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS TO OR FROM, WITHIN, OR TRANSITING
U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE
A. FOREIGN STATE AIRCRAFT MAY OPERATE TO OR FROM, WITHIN, OR IN
TRANSIT OF THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. ONLY WHEN AUTHORIZED
BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE BY MEANS OF A DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE, EXCEPT
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!FDC 6/4260 ZZZ PART 2 OF 6 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR FOREIGN
AS DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH B OF PART I OF THIS NOTAM. DIPLOMATIC
CLEARANCES MAY BE REQUESTED BY CONTACTING THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF
STATE POINT OF CONTACT LISTED IN PART II OF THIS NOTAM.
1) A FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) ROUTING AUTHORIZATION FOR
STATE AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS OF SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRIES LISTED IN
PART IV, PARAGRAPH E, OF THIS NOTAM IS REQUIRED BEFORE THE U.S.
STATE DEPARTMENT WILL ISSUE A DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE FOR SUCH
OPERATIONS. FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRIES MUST
REQUEST FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATIONS BY CONTACTING THE FAA POINT OF
CONTACT LISTED IN PART II OF THIS NOTAM.
2) FOREIGN STATE AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS MUST NAVIGATE U.S. TERRITORIAL
AIRSPACE ON AN ACTIVE IFR FLIGHT PLAN, UNLESS SPECIFICALLY APPROVED
FOR VFR FLIGHT OPERATIONS BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE IN THE
DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE.
3) A FOREIGN AIRCRAFT THAT OPERATES TO OR FROM, WITHIN, OR IN
TRANSIT OF U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE WHILE CONDUCTING A STATE
AIRCRAFT OPERATION IS NOT AUTHORIZED TO CHANGE ITS STATUS AS A STATE
AIRCRAFT DURING ANY PORTION OF THE APPROVED, DIPLOMATICALLY CLEARED
ITINERARY.
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!FDC 6/4260 ZZZ PART 3 OF 6 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR FOREIGN
4) A FOREIGN AIRCRAFT DESCRIBED IN SUBPARAGRAPH A.3 MAY OPERATE FROM
OR WITHIN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE AS A CIVIL AIRCRAFT OPERATION,
ONCE IT HAS COMPLETED ITS APPROVED, DIPLOMATICALLY CLEARED
ITINERARY, IF THE OPERATOR IS: A FOREIGN AIR CARRIER THAT HOLDS
VALID FAA PART 129 OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS; AND IS IN COMPLIANCE
WITH ALL OTHER REQUIREMENTS APPLIED TO FOREIGN CIVIL AIRCRAFT
OPERATIONS FROM OR WITHIN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE.
5) FOREIGN STATE AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO OR FROM
RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT (KDCA).
B. STATE AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE GOVERNMENTS OF CANADA
AND MEXICO CONDUCTED FOR THE PURPOSES OF AIR AMBULANCE, FIRE
FIGHTING, LAW ENFORCEMENT, SEARCH AND RESCUE, OR EMERGENCY
EVACUATION ARE AUTHORIZED TO TRANSIT U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE
WITHIN 50 NM OF THEIR RESPECTIVE BORDERS WITH THE UNITED STATES,
WITH OR WITHOUT AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN, PROVIDED THEY HAVE RECEIVED
AND CONTINUOUSLY TRANSMIT AN ATC ASSIGNED TRANSPONDER CODE. STATE
AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE GOVERNMENTS OF CANADA AND
MEXICO CONDUCTED UNDER THIS PARAGRAPH B OF PART I ARE NOT REQUIRED
TO OBTAIN A DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
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!FDC 6/4260 ZZZ PART 4 OF 6 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR FOREIGN
PART II. U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE AND FAA ROUTING
AUTHORIZATION INFORMATION
A. INFORMATION ABOUT U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCES FOR
FOREIGN STATE AIRCRAFT FLIGHTS OPERATING TO OR FROM, WITHIN, OR
TRANSITING U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE IS AVAILABLE AT:
HTTP://WWW.STATE.GOV/T/PM/ISO/C56895.HTM (LOWER CASE ONLY) OR BY
CONTACTING THE U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT AT 202-736-7158, OR AFTER HOURS
AT 202-647-9000.
B. INFORMATION ABOUT FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATIONS FOR U.S. STATE
DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY FLIGHT OPERATIONS TO
OR FROM, WITHIN, OR TRANSITING U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE IS
AVAILABLE BY COUNTRY AT:
HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/AIR_TRAFFIC/PUBLICATIONS/US_RESTRICTIONS/ OR BY
CONTACTING THE FAA SYSTEM OPERATIONS SUPPORT CENTER (SOSC) AT
202-267-8115.
PART III. SPECIAL EMPHASIS
A. PILOTS ARE REMINDED THAT THERE ARE INCREASED SECURITY MEASURES IN
PLACE AT MANY AREAS. IN ACCORDANCE WITH 14 CFR 91.103, PRIOR TO
DEPARTURE, PILOTS MUST BECOME FAMILIAR WITH ALL AVAILABLE
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!FDC 6/4260 ZZZ PART 5 OF 6 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR FOREIGN
INFORMATION CONCERNING THAT FLIGHT, INCLUDING ANY TEMPORARY FLIGHT
RESTRICTIONS ALONG THEIR ROUTE OF FLIGHT OR AT THEIR POINT OF
DEPARTURE/ARRIVAL.
B. NONCOMPLIANCE WITH THESE SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS MAY RESULT
IN DENIAL OF FLIGHT ENTRY INTO U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OR GROUND
STOP OF THE FLIGHT AT A U.S. AIRPORT.
C. PILOTS OF AIRCRAFT THAT DO NOT ADHERE TO THE PROCEDURES IN THE
SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN THIS NOTAM MAY BE
INTERCEPTED, AND/OR DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY FEDERAL, STATE, OR
LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OR OTHER GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL.
PART IV. DEFINITIONS
A. AS USED IN THIS NOTAM, THE TERM U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE MEANS
THE AIRSPACE OVER THE UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES, AND
POSSESSIONS, AND THE AIRSPACE OVER THE TERRITORIAL SEA OF THE UNITED
STATES, WHICH EXTENDS 12 NAUTICAL MILES FROM THE BASELINES OF THE
UNITED STATES DETERMINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW.
B. TO OR FROM MEANS ANY FLIGHT THAT: 1) ENTERS U.S. TERRITORIAL
AIRSPACE AFTER DEPARTURE FROM A LOCATION OUTSIDE OF THE U.S., ITS
TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS, FOR LANDING AT A DESTINATION IN THE
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!FDC 6/4260 ZZZ PART 6 OF 6 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR FOREIGN
U.S., ITS TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS; OR 2) EXITS U.S. TERRITORIAL
AIRSPACE AFTER DEPARTURE FROM A LOCATION IN THE U.S., ITS
TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS.
C. TRANSIT MEANS ANY FLIGHT DEPARTING FROM A LOCATION OUTSIDE OF THE
U.S., ITS TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS, WHICH OPERATES IN U.S.
TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE ENROUTE TO A LOCATION OUTSIDE THE U.S., ITS
TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS WITHOUT LANDING AT A DESTINATION IN THE
U.S.
D. WITHIN MEANS ANY FLIGHT DEPARTING FROM A LOCATION INSIDE OF THE
U.S., ITS TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS, WHICH OPERATES TO A LOCATION
INSIDE THE U.S., ITS TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS.
E. THE U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRIES
ARE CUBA, IRAN, THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF KOREA (NORTH
KOREA), THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION,
SUDAN, AND SYRIA.
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!FDC 6/4256 ZZZ PART 1 OF 5 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS TO OR FROM THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE
UNITED STATES (U.S.).
THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS FOR CIVIL AIRCRAFT
OPERATIONS TO AND FROM THE U.S. ARE IN EFFECT PURSUANT TO 14 CODE OF
FEDERAL REGULATIONS (CFR) 99.7, SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS, AND
49 USC 40103 AND 41703, IN ADDITION TO THE REQUIREMENTS PRESCRIBED
IN 14 CFR PART 99 (SECURITY CONTROL OF AIR TRAFFIC). THE
REQUIREMENTS IN THIS NOTAM SUPERSEDE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR CIVIL
AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS TO OR FROM U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE FORMERLY
PUBLISHED IN FDC NOTAM 5/5782 (A0053/15). SECURITY REQUIREMENTS FOR
CIVIL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS WITHIN OR TRANSITING U.S. TERRITORIAL
AIRSPACE ARE PROVIDED IN A SEPARATE NOTAM. IN ADDITION TO THE
REQUIREMENTS OF THIS NOTAM, CIVIL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS TO OR FROM THE
TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. MUST COMPLY WITH ALL OTHER
APPLICABLE REGULATIONS PUBLISHED IN TITLE 14 CFR.
PART I. CIVIL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS TO OR FROM U.S. TERRITORIAL
AIRSPACE
A. CIVIL AIRCRAFT, EXCEPT AS DESCRIBED IN PART I, PARAGRAPH B, ARE
AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE TO OR FROM THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE
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!FDC 6/4256 ZZZ PART 2 OF 5 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
U.S. IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
1) FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (IFR,VFR, OR DVFR);
2) ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER, AND
CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ASSIGNED TRANSPONDER CODE;
3) MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC;
4) COMPLY WITH ALL APPLICABLE U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION
(CBP) REQUIREMENTS, INCLUDING ADVANCE PASSENGER INFORMATION SYSTEM
(APIS) REQUIREMENTS, IN 19 CFR PART 122; AND
5) ARE IN RECEIPT OF A FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) ROUTING
AUTHORIZATION IF THE AIRCRAFT IS REGISTERED IN A U.S. STATE
DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY OR IS OPERATING WITH
THE ICAO THREE LETTER DESIGNATOR OF A COMPANY IN A COUNTRY LISTED AS
A U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY, UNLESS
THE OPERATOR HOLDS VALID FAA PART 129 OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS. VFR
AND DVFR FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED FOR ANY AIRCRAFT REQUIRING
AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION.
B. CIVIL AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE U.S., CANADA, OR MEXICO WITH A
MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT OF 100,309 POUNDS (45,500
KGS) OR LESS THAT ARE OPERATING WITHOUT AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S
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!FDC 6/4256 ZZZ PART 3 OF 5 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
TRANSPONDER, AND/OR THE ABILITY TO MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS
WITH ATC, ARE AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE TO OR FROM U.S. TERRITORIAL
AIRSPACE OVER ALASKA IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL OF THE FOLLOWING
CONDITIONS:
1) DEPART AND LAND AT AN AIRPORT WITHIN THE U.S. OR CANADA;
2) ENTER OR EXIT U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OVER ALASKA NORTH OF THE
FIFTY-FOURTH PARALLEL;
3) FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN; 
4) SQUAWK 1200 IF VFR AND EQUIPPED WITH A TRANSPONDER; AND
5) COMPLY WITH ALL APPLICABLE U.S. CBP REQUIREMENTS, INCLUDING APIS
REQUIREMENTS, IN 19 CFR PART 122.
PART II. FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION AND CBP APIS INFORMATION.
A. INFORMATION ABOUT FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATIONS FOR U.S. STATE
DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY FLIGHT OPERATIONS IN
U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE IS AVAILABLE BY COUNTRY AT:
HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/AIR_TRAFFIC/PUBLICATIONS/US_RESTRICTIONS/ OR BY
CONTACTING THE FAA SYSTEM OPERATIONS SUPPORT CENTER (SOSC) AT
202-267-8115.
B. INFORMATION ABOUT U.S. CBP APIS REQUIREMENTS IS AVAILABLE AT
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!FDC 6/4256 ZZZ PART 4 OF 5 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
HTTP://WWW.CBP.GOV
PART III. SPECIAL EMPHASIS
A. PILOTS ARE REMINDED THAT THERE ARE INCREASED SECURITY MEASURES IN
PLACE AT MANY AREAS. IN ACCORDANCE WITH 14 CFR 91.103, PRIOR TO
DEPARTURE, PILOTS MUST BECOME FAMILIAR WITH ALL AVAILABLE
INFORMATION CONCERNING THAT FLIGHT, INCLUDING ANY TEMPORARY FLIGHT
RESTRICTIONS ALONG THEIR ROUTE OF FLIGHT OR AT THEIR POINT OF
DEPARTURE/ARRIVAL.
B. NONCOMPLIANCE WITH THESE SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS MAY RESULT
IN DENIAL OF FLIGHT ENTRY INTO U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OR GROUND
STOP OF THE FLIGHT AT A U.S. AIRPORT.
C. PILOTS OF AIRCRAFT THAT DO NOT ADHERE TO THE PROCEDURES IN THE
SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN THIS NOTAM MAY BE
INTERCEPTED, AND/OR DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY FEDERAL, STATE, OR
LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, OR OTHER GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL.
PART IV. DEFINITIONS
A. AS USED IN THIS NOTAM, THE TERM U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE MEANS
THE AIRSPACE OVER THE UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES, AND
POSSESSIONS, AND THE AIRSPACE OVER THE TERRITORIAL SEA OF THE UNITED
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!FDC 6/4256 ZZZ PART 5 OF 5 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
STATES, WHICH EXTENDS 12 NAUTICAL MILES FROM THE BASELINES OF THE
UNITED STATES DETERMINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW.
B. TO OR FROM MEANS ANY FLIGHT THAT: 1) ENTERS U.S. TERRITORIAL
AIRSPACE AFTER DEPARTURE FROM A LOCATION OUTSIDE OF THE U.S., ITS
TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS, FOR LANDING AT A DESTINATION IN THE
U.S., ITS TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS; OR 2) EXITS U.S. TERRITORIAL
AIRSPACE AFTER DEPARTURE FROM A LOCATION IN THE U.S., ITS
TERRITORIES, OR POSSESSIONS, AND LANDS AT A DESTINATION OUTSIDE THE
U.S., ITS TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS.
C. THE U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRIES
ARE CUBA, IRAN, THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF KOREA (NORTH
KOREA), THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION,
SUDAN, AND SYRIA.
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!FDC 6/4255 ZZZ PART 1 OF 10 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS WITHIN OR TRANSITING THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF
THE UNITED STATES (U.S.).
THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS FOR CIVIL AIRCRAFT
OPERATIONS WITHIN OR TRANSITING U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE ARE IN
EFFECT PURSUANT TO 14 CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS (CFR) 99.7,
SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS, AND 49 USC 40103 AND 41703, IN
ADDITION TO THE REQUIREMENTS PRESCRIBED IN 14 CFR PART 99, SECURITY
CONTROL OF AIR TRAFFIC. THE REQUIREMENTS IN THIS NOTAM SUPERSEDE THE
REQUIREMENTS FOR CIVIL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS WITHIN OR TRANSITING U.S.
TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE FORMERLY PUBLISHED IN FDC NOTAM 5/6289
(A0056/15). SECURITY REQUIREMENTS FOR CIVIL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS TO
OR FROM U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE ARE PROVIDED IN A SEPARATE NOTAM.
IN ADDITION TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS NOTAM, CIVIL AIRCRAFT
OPERATIONS WITHIN OR TRANSITING THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S.
MUST COMPLY WITH ALL OTHER APPLICABLE REGULATIONS PUBLISHED IN TITLE
14 CFR.
PART I. CIVIL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS WITHIN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE
A. CIVIL AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT
LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS) ARE AUTHORIZED TO
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!FDC 6/4255 ZZZ PART 2 OF 10 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
OPERATE WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. IN ACCORDANCE
WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND VFR IN AIRPORT TRAFFIC PATTERN
AREAS OF UNITED STATES AIRPORTS NEAR THE UNITED STATES BORDER WITH
THE EXCEPTION DESCRIBED IN PART I, PARAGRAPH B.
B. CIVIL AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT
LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS) AND REGISTERED IN
A U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY OR
OPERATING WITH THE ICAO THREE LETTER DESIGNATOR OF A COMPANY IN A
COUNTRY LISTED AS A U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL
INTEREST COUNTRY, UNLESS THE OPERATOR HOLDS VALID FEDERAL AVIATION
ADMINISTRATION (FAA) PART 129 OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS, MUST
OPERATE WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE SAME REQUIREMENTS AS CIVIL AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM
CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT GREATER THAN 100,309 POUNDS
(45,500 KGS), AS DESCRIBED IN PART I, PARAGRAPH C.
C. CIVIL AIRCRAFT WITH A MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT
GREATER THAN 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS) ARE AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE
WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH
ALL OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
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!FDC 6/4255 ZZZ PART 3 OF 10 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
1) FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (IFR OR VFR);
2) ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER, AND
CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ASSIGNED TRANSPONDER CODE;
3) MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC;
4) AIRCRAFT NOT REGISTERED IN THE U.S. MUST OPERATE UNDER AN
APPROVED TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (TSA) AVIATION
SECURITY PROGRAM OR IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVER;
5) ARE IN RECEIPT OF AND ARE OPERATING IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN FAA
ROUTING AUTHORIZATION AND AN FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVER IF THE AIRCRAFT
IS REGISTERED IN A U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST
COUNTRY OR IS OPERATING WITH THE ICAO THREE LETTER DESIGNATOR OF A
COMPANY IN A COUNTRY LISTED AS A U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED
SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY, UNLESS THE OPERATOR HOLDS VALID FAA PART
129 OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS. FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION FOR
OPERATIONS WITHIN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE BY AIRCRAFT DESCRIBED IN
THIS SUBPARAGRAPH C.5 WILL ONLY BE GRANTED FOR IFR OPERATIONS. VFR
FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED WITHIN U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE
FOR ANY AIRCRAFT REQUIRING AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION; AND
6) AIRCRAFT NOT REGISTERED IN THE U.S, WHEN CONDUCTING
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!FDC 6/4255 ZZZ PART 4 OF 10 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
POST-MAINTENANCE, MANUFACTURER, PRODUCTION, OR ACCEPTANCE FLIGHT
TEST OPERATIONS, MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:
A) A U.S. COMPANY MUST HAVE OPERATIONAL CONTROL OF THE AIRCRAFT;
B) AN FAA-CERTIFICATED PILOT MUST SERVE AS PILOT IN COMMAND;
C) ONLY CREWMEMBERS ARE PERMITTED ONBOARD THE AIRCRAFT; AND
D) MAINTENANCE FLIGHT IS INCLUDED IN THE REMARKS SECTION OF THE
FLIGHT PLAN.
PART II. CIVIL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS THAT TRANSIT U.S. TERRITORIAL
AIRSPACE
A. CIVIL AIRCRAFT, EXCEPT THOSE OPERATING IN ACCORDANCE WITH
PARAGRAPHS B, C, D, OR E OF THIS PART II, ARE AUTHORIZED TO TRANSIT
THE TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OF THE U.S. IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL OF
THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
1) FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (IFR OR DVFR);
2) ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND
CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ASSIGNED TRANSPONDER CODE;
3) MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC;
4) ARE OPERATING UNDER AN APPROVED TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAM OR
ARE OPERATING WITH AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN FAA/TSA AIRSPACE
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!FDC 6/4255 ZZZ PART 5 OF 10 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
WAIVER, IF:
(A) THE AIRCRAFT IS NOT REGISTERED IN THE U.S.; OR
(B) THE AIRCRAFT IS REGISTERED IN THE U.S. AND ITS MAXIMUM TAKEOFF
GROSS WEIGHT IS GREATER THAN 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS);
5) ARE IN RECEIPT OF AND ARE OPERATING IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN FAA
ROUTING AUTHORIZATION IF THE AIRCRAFT IS REGISTERED IN A U.S. STATE
DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY OR IS OPERATING WITH
THE ICAO THREE LETTER DESIGNATOR OF A COMPANY IN A COUNTRY LISTED AS
A U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY, UNLESS
THE OPERATOR HOLDS VALID FAA PART 129 OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS. FAA
ROUTING AUTHORIZATION FOR TRANSIT OF U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE BY
AIRCRAFT SUBJECT TO THIS PART II, SUBPARAGRAPH A.5 WILL ONLY BE
GRANTED FOR IFR OPERATIONS. DVFR AND VFR FLIGHT OPERATIONS ARE
PROHIBITED FOR ANY AIRCRAFT TRANSITING U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE
REQUIRING AN FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION.
B. CIVIL AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN CANADA OR MEXICO, AND ENGAGED IN
OPERATIONS FOR THE PURPOSES OF AIR AMBULANCE, FIRE FIGHTING, LAW
ENFORCEMENT, SEARCH AND RESCUE, OR EMERGENCY EVACUATION ARE
AUTHORIZED TO TRANSIT U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE WITHIN 50 NM OF
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!FDC 6/4255 ZZZ PART 6 OF 10 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
THEIR RESPECTIVE BORDERS WITH THE U.S., WITH OR WITHOUT AN ACTIVE
FLIGHT PLAN, PROVIDED THEY HAVE RECEIVED AND CONTINUOUSLY TRANSMIT
AN ATC-ASSIGNED TRANSPONDER CODE.
C. CIVIL AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN CANADA, MEXICO, BAHAMAS, BERMUDA,
CAYMAN ISLANDS , OR THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS WITH A MAXIMUM
CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT OF 100,309 POUNDS (45,500 KGS) OR
LESS ARE AUTHORIZED TO TRANSIT U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE IF IN
COMPLIANCE WITH ALL OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
1) FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN (IFR, VFR, OR DVFR) THAT
ENTERS U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE DIRECTLY FROM ANY OF THE COUNTRIES
LISTED IN PART II, PARAGRAPH C. FLIGHTS THAT INCLUDE A STOP IN A
NON-LISTED COUNTRY PRIOR TO ENTERING U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE MUST
COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS PRESCRIBED BY PART II, PARAGRAPH A,
INCLUDING OPERATING UNDER AN APPROVED TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAM
OR OPERATING WITH AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVER.
2) ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S TRANSPONDER AND
CONTINUOUSLY SQUAWK AN ATC ASSIGNED TRANSPONDER CODE; AND
3) MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS WITH ATC.
D. CIVIL AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN CANADA, MEXICO, BAHAMAS, BERMUDA,
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!FDC 6/4255 ZZZ PART 7 OF 10 SECURITY...SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
 FOR CIVIL
CAYMAN ISLANDS, OR THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS WITH A MAXIMUM
CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT GREATER THAN 100,309 POUNDS
(45,500 KGS) MUST COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS PRESCRIBED BY PART
II, PARAGRAPH A, INCLUDING OPERATING UNDER AN APPROVED TSA AVIATION
SECURITY PROGRAM OR OPERATING WITH AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN FAA/TSA
AIRSPACE WAIVER.
E. CIVIL AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE U.S., CANADA, OR MEXICO WITH A
MAXIMUM CERTIFICATED TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT OF 100,309 POUNDS (45,500
KGS) OR LESS THAT ARE OPERATING WITHOUT AN OPERATIONAL MODE C OR S
TRANSPONDER AND/OR THE ABILITY TO MAINTAIN TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS
WITH ATC, ARE AUTHORIZED TO TRANSIT U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OVER
ALASKA IF IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
1) ENTER AND EXIT U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OVER ALASKA NORTH OF THE
FIFTY-FOURTH PARALLEL;
2) FILE AND ARE ON AN ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN; AND
3) SQUAWK 1200 IF VFR AND EQUIPPED WITH A TRANSPONDER.   
PART III. FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVER, TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAM,
AND FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATION INFORMATION.
A. FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVERS
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1) OPERATORS MAY SUBMIT REQUESTS FOR FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVERS AT
HTTPS://WAIVERS.FAA.GOV BY SELECTING INTERNATIONAL AS THE WAIVER
TYPE.
2) INFORMATION REGARDING FAA/TSA AIRSPACE WAIVERS CAN BE FOUND AT:
HTTP://WWW.TSA.GOV/FOR-INDUSTRY/GENERAL-AVIATION OR CAN BE OBTAINED
BY CONTACTING TSA AT 571-227-2071.
3) ALL EXISTING FAA/TSA WAIVERS ISSUED UNDER PREVIOUS FDC NOTAMS
REMAIN VALID UNTIL THE EXPIRATION DATE SPECIFIED IN THE WAIVER,
UNLESS SOONER SUPERSEDED OR RESCINDED.
B. TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMS
1) CONTACTS FOR INFORMATION REGARDING TSA AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMS
FOR APPLICANTS FOR U.S. AIR OPERATOR CERTIFICATES WILL BE PROVIDED
BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DURING THE CERTIFICATION
PROCESS.
2) FOR INFORMATION ABOUT APPLICABLE TSA SECURITY PROGRAMS, U.S. AIR
CARRIERS AND COMMERCIAL OPERATORS MUST CONTACT THEIR TSA PRINCIPAL
SECURITY SPECIALIST (PSS), AND FOREIGN AIR CARRIERS MUST CONTACT
THEIR INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVE (IIR).
C. INFORMATION ABOUT FAA ROUTING AUTHORIZATIONS FOR U.S. STATE
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DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRY FLIGHT OPERATIONS IN
U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE IS AVAILABLE BY COUNTRY AT:
HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/AIR_TRAFFIC/PUBLICATIONS/US_RESTRICTIONS/ OR BY
CONTACTING THE FAA SYSTEM OPERATIONS SUPPORT CENTER (SOSC) AT
202-267-8115.
PART IV. SPECIAL EMPHASIS
A. PILOTS ARE REMINDED THAT THERE ARE INCREASED SECURITY MEASURES IN
PLACE AT MANY AREAS. IN ACCORDANCE WITH 14 CFR 91.103, PRIOR TO
DEPARTURE, PILOTS MUST BECOME FAMILIAR WITH ALL AVAILABLE
INFORMATION CONCERNING THAT FLIGHT, INCLUDING ANY TEMPORARY FLIGHT
RESTRICTIONS ALONG THEIR ROUTE OF FLIGHT OR AT THEIR POINT OF
DEPARTURE/ARRIVAL.
B. NONCOMPLIANCE WITH THESE SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS MAY RESULT
IN DENIAL OF FLIGHT ENTRY INTO U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE OR GROUND
STOP OF THE FLIGHT AT A U.S. AIRPORT.
C. PILOTS OF AIRCRAFT THAT DO NOT ADHERE TO THE PROCEDURES IN THE
SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN THIS NOTAM MAY BE
INTERCEPTED, AND/OR DETAINED AND INTERVIEWED BY FEDERAL, STATE, OR
LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, OR OTHER GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL.
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PART V. DEFINITIONS 
A. AS USED IN THIS NOTAM, THE TERM U.S. TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE MEANS
THE AIRSPACE OVER THE UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES, AND
POSSESSIONS, AND THE AIRSPACE OVER THE TERRITORIAL SEA OF THE UNITED
STATES, WHICH EXTENDS 12 NAUTICAL MILES FROM THE BASELINES OF THE
UNITED STATES DETERMINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW.
B. WITHIN MEANS ANY FLIGHT DEPARTING FROM A LOCATION INSIDE OF THE
U.S., ITS TERRITORIES, OR POSSESSIONS, WHICH OPERATES ENROUTE TO A
LOCATION INSIDE THE U.S., ITS TERRITORIES, OR POSSESSIONS.
C. TRANSIT MEANS ANY FLIGHT DEPARTING FROM A LOCATION OUTSIDE OF THE
U.S., ITS TERRITORIES, OR POSSESSIONS, WHICH OPERATES IN U.S.
TERRITORIAL AIRSPACE ENROUTE TO A LOCATION OUTSIDE THE U.S., ITS
TERRITORIES OR POSSESSIONS WITHOUT LANDING AT A DESTINATION IN THE
U.S., ITS TERRITORIES, OR POSSESSIONS.
D. THE U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT-DESIGNATED SPECIAL INTEREST COUNTRIES
ARE CUBA, IRAN, THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF KOREA (NORTH
KOREA), THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION,
SUDAN, AND SYRIA.
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Number of NOTAMs:  21        End of Report