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!FDC 9/9697 (KDFW A8937/19) DFW TX..SPECIAL NOTICE..DALLAS-FORT WORTH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TEXAS, RWY STATUS LGTS (RWSL) ARE IN AN OPERATIONAL TEST ON RWYS 18R/36L, 18L/36R AND MUST BE COMPLIED WITH. RWSL LGT ARRAYS MAY BE OFFLINE INTERMITTENTLY THROUGHOUT THE TEST PHASE. RWY STATUS LGTS ARE RED IN-PAVEMENT LGTS THAT SERVE AS WARNING LGTS ON RWYS AND TWYS INDICATING THAT IT IS UNSAFE TO ENTER, CROSS, OR BEGIN TKOF ON A RWY. NOTE: RWY STATUS LGTS INDICATE RWY STATUS ONLY. THEY DO NOT INDICATE CLR. PILOTS AND VEHICLE OPR MUST STILL RECEIVE A CLR FM AIR TFC CONTROL BEFORE PROCEEDING. FOR ADDITIONAL INFO VISIT: TTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/AIR_TRAFFIC/TECHNOLOGY/RWSL 1906202015-1907202015

!FDC 9/5103 (KFDC A0075/19) FDC PART 1 OF 4 SPECIAL NOTICE... ON SUNDAY, 9 JUNE, HUNDREDS OF US COMMERCIAL REGIONAL JET AND LARGE TRANSPORT CATEGORY AIRCRAFT WERE NOT ABLE TO DISPATCH DUE TO LOSS OF GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) FUNCTIONALITY ON THEIR COLLINS AEROSPACE RECEIVERS, EITHER THE GPS-4000S (COLLINS PART NUMBER 822-2189-100) OR THE GLU-2100 (COLLINS PART NUMBER 822-2532-100). COLLINS ESTIMATES THAT THE TWO GPS RECEIVERS ACCOUNT FOR 6000 UNITS IN THE FIELD. THESE UNITS ARE INSTALLED ON OVER 2300 AIRCRAFT. ONLY THOSE AIRCRAFT WITH GPS UNITS CONNECTED TO THE GPS CONSTELLATIONS (LIVE SKY) BETWEEN THE DATES OF JUNE 9 AND JUNE 16 ARE AFFECTED. THE ISSUE WAS DETERMINED TO BE A CODE ERROR IN THE MULTI-MODE RECEIVER WHEN CALCULATING THE GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEM WEEK. THE CALCULATION BECOMES STUCK IN A LOOP, EVENTUALLY CAUSING THE UNIT TO RESET. THE ERROR ONLY MANIFESTS WHEN THE WEEK VALUE IS 128. THAT WEEK BEGAN ON JUNE 9, 2019, AT 0000 GREENWICH MEAN TIME (GMT) AND WILL END ON JUNE 16, 2019 AT 0000 GMT. A MAINT ACTION TO CLEAR THE RECEIVERS NON VOLATILE MEMORY (NVM) WILL NOT REMOVE THE ISSUE UNTIL THE WEEK VALUE CHANGES FROM 128. AFTER THAT TIME, A CLEARING OF THE NVM SHOULD RETURN THE RECEIVER TO NORMAL OPERATION AT LEAST UNTIL THE TIME THE WEEK CALCULATION AGAIN 1906142015-PERM END PART 1 OF 4
!FDC 9/5103 (KFDC A0075/19) FDC PART 2 OF 4 SPECIAL NOTICE... ON SUNDAY, 9 JUNE, HUNDREDS OF US EQUALS 128. COLLINS IS CURRENTLY WORKING ON A SERVICE INFORMATION LETTER TO INSTRUCT OWNERS/OPERATORS HOW TO DETERMINE IF THEY WILL BE ABLE TO CLEAR THE NON-VOLATILE MEMORY THEMSELVES (AND HOW TO DO THAT) OR IF IT WILL NEED TO BE RETURNED TO A SERVICE CENTER TO BE CLEARED. THE AIR CARRIER OR OPERATOR SHOULD CONTACT THE ACFT MANUFACTURER TO DETERMINE THE IMPACT OF THE GPS SOURCE FAILURE. IF MEL RELIEF IS AVBL, THE AIR CARRIER/OPERATOR MUST ENSURE THEY ARE FLT PLANNING AND FILING THE ACFT APPROPRIATELY. OPERATORS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THERE MAY BE ADDITIONAL SYSTEMS AFFECTED DUE TO THEIR DEPENDENCE ON THE AFFECTED GPS SYSTEM SIGNAL. THE NAVIGATION AND SURVEILLANCE CODES ARE OR MAY BE AFFECTED. THE FAA GUIDANCE FOR FLT PLAN FILING CAN BE FOUND BY ACCESSING THE FAA FLT PLAN FILING PAGE AT: HTTPS://WWW.FAA.GOV/ABOUT/OFFICE_ORG/HEADQUARTERS_OFFICES/ATO/SERVICE_UNITS/AIR_TRAFFIC_SERVICES/FLIGHT_PLAN_FILING/ HTTPS://WWW.FAA.GOV/ABOUT/OFFICE_ORG/HEADQUARTERS_OFFICES/ATO/SERVICE_UNITS/AIR_TRAFFIC_SERVICES/FLIGHT_PLAN_FILING/ HTTPS://WWW.FAA.GOV/ABOUT/OFFICE_ORG/HEADQUARTERS_OFFICES/ATO/SERVICE_UNITS/AIR_TRAFFIC_SERVICES/FLIGHT_PLAN_FILING/ HTTPS://WWW.FAA.GOV/ABOUT/OFFICE_ORG/HEADQUARTERS_OFFICES/ATO/SERVICE_UNITS/AIR_TRAFFIC_SERVICES/FLIGHT_PLAN_FILING/ SPECIFIC GUIDANCE ON PERFORMANCE BASED NAVIGATION AND FILING CAN BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING LINK: 1906142015-PERM END PART 2 OF 4
!FDC 9/5103 (KFDC A0075/19) FDC PART 3 OF 4 SPECIAL NOTICE... ON SUNDAY, 9 JUNE, HUNDREDS OF US HTTPS://WWW.FAA.GOV/ABOUT/OFFICE_ORG/HEADQUARTERS_OFFICES/ATO/SERVICE_UNITS/AIR_TRAFFIC_SERVICES/FLIGHT_PLAN_FILING/MEDIA/FILING_PERFORMANCE_BASED_NAVIGATION_CAPABILITY_FAA_DOMESTIC_ICAO_FLIGHT_PLAN-V6.PDF HTTPS://WWW.FAA.GOV/ABOUT/OFFICE_ORG/HEADQUARTERS_OFFICES/ATO/SERVICE_UNITS/AIR_TRAFFIC_SERVICES/FLIGHT_PLAN_FILING/MEDIA/FILING_PERFORMANCE_BASED_NAVIGATION_CAPABILITY_FAA_DOMESTIC_ICAO_FLIGHT_PLAN-V6.PDF HTTPS://WWW.FAA.GOV/ABOUT/OFFICE_ORG/HEADQUARTERS_OFFICES/ATO/SERVICE_UNITS/AIR_TRAFFIC_SERVICES/FLIGHT_PLAN_FILING/MEDIA/FILING_PERFORMANCE_BASED_NAVIGATION_CAPABILITY_FAA_DOMESTIC_ICAO_FLIGHT_PLAN-V6.PDF HTTPS://WWW.FAA.GOV/ABOUT/OFFICE_ORG/HEADQUARTERS_OFFICES/ATO/SERVICE_UNITS/AIR_TRAFFIC_SERVICES/FLIGHT_PLAN_FILING/MEDIA/FILING_PERFORMANCE_BASED_NAVIGATION_CAPABILITY_FAA_DOMESTIC_ICAO_FLIGHT_PLAN-V6.PDF NOTE: TO SUPPRESS FLIGHT PLAN FILING OF RNAV SIDS, Q OR T ROUTES, OR STARS THE OPERATOR SHOULD FILE NAV/RNVD0E0A0 IN FIELD 18 OF THE ICAO FLIGHT PLAN. NOTE: WHEN ASSESSING COMPLIANCE WITH RVSM, OPERATORS SHOULD BE COGNIZANT OF ALL RVSM REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED FOR THEIR ACFT. GPS/ADS-B OUT FACILITATES HEIGHT MONITORING OF THE ACFT. GPS/ADS-B OUTAGES ALONE DO NOT AFFECT THE ALTITUDE-KEEPING CAPABILITIES OF THE ACFT. CONSEQUENTLY, PARAGRAPH 9(A)5 OF PART 91, APPENDIX G ALLOWS FOR OPERATION OF ACFT IN RVSM AIRSPACE, UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 9, WHEN GPS OUTAGES OCCUR. OPERATORS SHOULD FILE APPROPRIATELY BASED ON THE OVERALL IMPACT OF THE ACFT SYSTEMS. 1906142015-PERM END PART 3 OF 4
!FDC 9/5103 (KFDC A0075/19) FDC PART 4 OF 4 SPECIAL NOTICE... ON SUNDAY, 9 JUNE, HUNDREDS OF US RETURN OF GPS FUNCTIONALITY NVM RESET WILL BE REQUIRED FOR UNITS THAT WERE POWERED ON DURING THE WEEK OF JUNE 9 TO JUNE 15. UNITS THAT WERE NOT POWERED ON WITH A LIVE SKY VIEW WILL OPERATE NORMALLY WHEN POWERED UP AFTER SUNDAY JUNE 16, 0010 UTC. A SOFTWARE FIX IS NECESSARY FOR THE LONG-TERM SOLUTION. COLLINS AEROSPACE EXPECTS TO SUBMIT A CODING REVISION TO THEIR GPS UNITS BEFORE THE END OF SEPTEMBER 2019 WITH A PLAN TO UPDATE THE UNITS IN THE FIELD - BOTH INSTALLED AND IN STOCK. POINT OF CONTACT: FAA AFS 202-267-4147 1906142015-PERM END PART 4 OF 4
!FDC 8/2311 FDC PART 1 OF 3 SPECIAL NOTICE...NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISORY FOR UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM (UAS) OPERATIONS IN PROXIMITY TO SELECT LOCATIONS AND MOBILE ASSETS NATIONWIDE. IN THE INTEREST OF NATIONAL SECURITY, UAS OPERATORS ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO AVOID FLYING IN CLOSE PROXIMITY (GENERALLY, IN AIRSPACE WITHIN 3000FT LATERALLY AND 1000FT ABOVE UNLESS INDICATED BY THE FAA BY NOTAM OR OTHER MEANS) TO: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD) AND DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (DOE) FACILITIES AND MOBILE ASSETS, INCLUDING VESSELS AND GROUND VEHICLE CONVOYS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED ESCORTS, SUCH AS UNITED STATES COAST GUARD (USCG) OPERATED VESSELS. PURSUANT TO 10 U.S.C. SECTION 130I AND 50 U.S.C. SECTION 2661, DOD, USCG (FOR ESCORT VESSELS), AND DOE PERSONNEL MAY TAKE SECURITY ACTION TO PROTECT COVERED FACILITIES AND MOBILE ASSETS, INCLUDING USCG OPERATED VESSELS ESCORTING UNITED STATES NAVY (USN) MOBILE ASSETS, THAT COULD RESULT IN THE INTERFERENCE, DISRUPTION, SEIZURE, DAMAGING, OR DESTRUCTION OF UNMANNED AIRCRAFT OPERATING IN THE INDICATED AIRSPACE, WHICH ARE CONSIDERED TO POSE SAFETY OR SECURITY THREATS. LOITERING DIRECTLY OVER COVERED FACILITIES OR MOBILE ASSETS, OR FOLLOWING MOVING COVERED MOBILE ASSETS, INCLUDING USN AND USCG VESSELS, IS STRONGLY DISCOURAGED. 1810262100-1910262100 END PART 1 OF 3
!FDC 8/2311 FDC PART 2 OF 3 SPECIAL NOTICE...NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISORY FOR THE FAA RECOMMENDS THAT UAS OPERATORS NEEDING TO OPERATE IN THE INDICATED AIRSPACE FOR OVERRIDING REASONS OF PUBLIC INTEREST OR NECESSITY (SUCH AS IN DIRECT SUPPORT OF AN ACTIVE NATIONAL DEFENSE, HOMELAND SECURITY, LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIREFIGHTING, SEARCH AND RESCUE, OR DISASTER RESPONSE MISSION) COORDINATE IN ADVANCE WITH THE APPROPRIATE DOD, DOE, OR USCG ENTITY, OR BY CONTACTING THE FAA. DOD, DOE, AND USCG POINTS OF CONTACT FOR SPECIFIC COVERED FACILITIES AND MOBILE ASSETS MAY BE AVAILABLE ON THE FOLLOWING FAA WEBSITE: HTTPS://UDDS-FAA.OPENDATA.ARCGIS.COM. OPERATORS UNABLE TO SUCCESSFULLY COORDINATE WITH DOD, DOE, OR USCG POINTS OF CONTACT MAY CONTACT THE FAA SYSTEM OPERATIONS SUPPORT CENTER (SOSC) AT (202) 267-8276 FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE. THE FAA APPLIES, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PRACTICABLE, SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS (SSI) PURSUANT TO 14 C.F.R. SECTION 99.7 OR OTHER AIRSPACE MEASURES THAT RESTRICT UAS OPERATIONS IN PROXIMITY TO FACILITIES AND MOBILE ASSETS COVERED BY 10 U.S.C. SECTION 130I AND 50 U.S.C. SECTION 2661. HOWEVER, IMPLEMENTING ADVANCE SSI OR OTHER AIRSPACE MEASURES MAY NOT BE FEASIBLE FOR ALL COVERED ASSETS AND MOBILE ASSET OPERATIONS. UAS OPERATORS SHOULD THEREFORE EXERCISE 1810262100-1910262100 END PART 2 OF 3
!FDC 8/2311 FDC PART 3 OF 3 SPECIAL NOTICE...NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISORY FOR CAUTION WHEN FLYING IN PROXIMITY OF ALL DOD AND DOE FACILITIES AND MOBILE ASSETS, AND USCG MOBILE ASSETS. IF YOU HAVE GENERAL QUESTIONS REGARDING UAS OPERATIONS, PLEASE REFER TO WWW.FAA.GOV/UAS/CONTACT; OR CONTACT THE FAA VIA EMAIL AT UASHELP@FAA.GOV OR BY PHONE AT (844) FLY-MY-UA. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING UAS-SPECIFIC SSI, PLEASE REFER TO THE FOLLOWING FAA WEBSITE: HTTPS://UDDS-FAA.OPENDATA.ARCGIS.COM; OR CONTACT THE FAA SOSC AT (202) 267-8276. 1810262100-1910262100 END PART 3 OF 3
!FDC 6/5307 FDC SPECIAL NOTICE. FOR THE TAKEOFF AND LANDING PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT (TALPA) EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2016, TALPA RELATED CHANGES TO THE AIM AND THE AIP WILL APPEAR IN NOTICES LOCATED ON THE TALPA WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/ABOUT/INITIATIVES/TALPA/. THE CHANGES WILL BE MADE TO THESE DOCUMENTS IN SPRING OF 2017. 1609201630-PERM
!FDC 6/8818 FDC ...SPECIAL NOTICE...IN THE INTEREST OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND TO THE EXTENT PRACTICABLE, PILOTS AND UAS OPERATORS ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO AVOID THE AIRSPACE ABOVE OR IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER SENSITIVE LOCATIONS SUCH AS POWER PLANTS (NUCLEAR, HYDRO-ELECTRIC, OR COAL), DAMS, REFINERIES, INDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES, MILITARY FACILITIES, CORRECTIONAL AND LAW ENFORCEMENT FACILITIES UNLESS OTHERWISE AUTHORIZED. PILOTS AND UAS OPERATORS SHOULD NOT CIRCLE AS TO LOITER IN THE VICINITY OVER THESE TYPES OF FACILITIES. 1603231538-PERM
!FDC 8/2435 FDC ... SPECIAL NOTICE ... PILOTS ARE REMINDED THAT THERE ARE INCREASED SECURITY MEASURES IN PLACE FOR AIRCRAFT ENTERING DOMESTIC AIRSPACE, INCLUDING THOSE ENTERING FLORIDA COASTAL WATERS. ALL PILOTS OF VFR AIRCRAFT ARE REQUIRED TO FILE A DEFENSE VISUAL FLIGHT RULES (DVFR) FLIGHT PLAN PRIOR TO ENTRY INTO THE AIR DEFENSE IDENTIFICATION ZONE(ADIZ)IN ACCORDANCE WITH CFR 99 TITLE 14 CHAPTER 1 PART 99 SECURITY CONTROL OF AIR TRAFFIC, SECTIONS 99.1 THROUGH 99.49. THE PILOT MUST ACTIVATE THE DVFR FLIGHT PLAN WITH U.S. FLIGHT SERVICE AND SET THE AIRCRAFT TRANSPONDER TO THE ASSIGNED DISCRETE BEACON CODE PRIOR TO ENTERING THE ADIZ. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ALL DVFR PROCEDURES MAY RESULT IN THE AIRCRAFT BEING INTERCEPTED BY DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AIRCRAFT.
!FDC 4/4386 FDC SPECIAL NOTICE... NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM INTERCEPT PROCEDURES. AVIATORS SHALL REVIEW THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION MANUAL (AIM) FOR INTERCEPTION PROCEDURES, CHAPTER 5, SECTION 6, PARAGRAPH 5-6-2. ALL AIRCRAFT OPERATING IN UNITED STATES NATIONAL AIRSPACE, IF CAPABLE, SHALL MAINTAIN A LISTENING WATCH ON VHF GUARD 121.5 OR UHF 243.0. IF AN AIRCRAFT IS INTERCEPTED BY U.S. MILITARY AIRCRAFT AND FLARES ARE DISPENSED, THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES ARE TO BE FOLLOWED: FOLLOW THE INTERCEPT'S VISUAL SIGNALS, CONTACT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL IMMEDIATELY ON THE LOCAL FREQUENCY OR ON VHF GUARD 121.5 OR UHF GUARD 243.0, AND COMPLY WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN BY THE INTERCEPTING AIRCRAFT INCLUDING VISUAL SIGNALS IF UNABLE RADIO CONTACT. BE ADVISED THAT NONCOMPLIANCE MAY RESULT IN THE USE OF FORCE.

!FDC 6/5355 (KZDC A0540/16) ZDC MD..SPECIAL NOTICE..EFFECTIVE 1701010000 UNTIL 2012312359, SCIENTIFIC AND RESEARCH LASER OPS WILL BE CONDUCTED AT THE NASA/GODDARD SPACE CENTER GEOPHYSICAL AND ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY IN LAUREL, MARYLAND LOCATED AT 390113N0764939W. THE SYSTEM IS INTERMITTENT, WITH POSSIBLE OPERATIONS HAPPENING 24HRS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK. THE LASER BEAM MAY BE INJURIOUS TO PILOTS/AIRCREWS AND PASSENGERS EYES FOR A DISTANCE FM SFC-110352FT AGL. HOWEVER, THIS SYSTEM USES A LASER HAZARD REDUCTION RADAR SYSTEM THAT IS SLAVED TO THE TELESCOPE MOUNT, TO ENSURE THE LASER IS DEACTIVATED IN THE EVENT AN ACFT APPROACHES. THE AREA WILL ALSO BE MONITORED BY OBSERVERS AND THE LASER BEAM WILL BE TERMINATED IF NONPARTICIPATING ACFT ARE DETECTED. LASER IRRADIANCE LEVELS WILL NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LEVELS WI THE LASER FREE, CRITICAL, AND SENSITIVE ZONES. OTHER VISUAL EFFECTS, E.G., FLASHBLINDNESS, AFTER IMAGE, GLARE, AND DISTRACTION MAY OCCUR AT GREATER DISTANCES. THE POTOMAC /PCT/ TRACON TELEPHONE 540-349-7541 IS THE FAA COORDINATION FACILITY. 1701010000-2012312359

!FDC 8/3876 (KZHU A1753/18) ZHU TX..LA..MS..AL..SPECIAL NOTICE..GULF OF MEXICO RNAV AND ATLANTIC ROUTES PUBLISHED CO-DESIGNATION ON ENROUTE HIGH CHARTS H-7, H-8, AND H-9 CHARTS. THE RNAV ROUTES Q100 AND Q102 WILL BE CO-DESIGNATED WITH Y280 AND Y290 RESPECTIVELY. ADDITIONALLY, MULTIPLE ATLANTIC ROUTES (AR) WILL BE CO-DESIGNATED AS Y ROUTES, E.G. AR 21/Y 289. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AND COMPLETION OF TRANSITION OF THE U.S. EAST COAST PBN ROUTE STRUCTURE, OPERATORS ARE TO FOLLOW THE PUBLISHED GUIDANCE APPLICABLE TO THE ROUTES INDICATED IN THEIR FLIGHT PLAN. FOR EXAMPLE, OPERATORS FILING TO FLY Q100 ARE TO FOLLOW THE GULF Q ROUTE GUIDANCE IN THE NTAP (PART 3, SECTION 2) GULF OF MEXICO Q ROUTES. ADDITIONALLY, OPERATORS FILING TO FLY Y280 ARE TO FOLLOW THE Y ROUTE GUIDANCE IN THE U. S. AIP (ENR 7). SAME POLICY APPLIES TO CO-DESIGNATED AR AND Y ROUTES. IF AN OPERATOR FLIGHT PLANS A ROUTE OF FLIGHT INDICATING A COMBINATION OF ROUTES WHICH INCLUDES A Y ROUTE, THE AIRCRAFT MUST MEET THE EQUIPAGE AND PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS PUBLISHED IN THE AIP SECTION ENR 7.10. PLEASE DIRECT ANY QUESTION TO FLIGHT TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCEDURES DIVISION, 202-267-8790 1811091500-PERM
!FDC 4/8712 (KZHU A1234/14) ZHU TX..SPECIAL NOTICE..AIRCRAFT DESTINED THE HOUSTON TERMINAL AREA THAT FILE AN RNAV OPTIMIZED PROFILE DESCENT (OPD) STAR MUST BE ABLE TO MEET THE VERTICAL PROFILE AND SPEED RESTRICTIONS PUBLISHED ON THE PROCEDURE. IF UNABLE, FILE THE APPROPRIATE CONVENTIONAL NAVIGATION STAR. 1408271400-PERM

!FDC 8/3878 (KZJX A1862/18) ZJX AL..FL..SPECIAL NOTICE.. GULF OF MEXICO RNAV AND ATLANTIC ROUTES PUBLISHED CO-DESIGNATION ON ENROUTE HIGH CHARTS H-7, H-8, AND H-9 CHARTS. THE RNAV ROUTES Q100 AND Q102 WILL BE CO-DESIGNATED WITH Y280 AND Y290 RESPECTIVELY. ADDITIONALLY, MULTIPLE ATLANTIC ROUTES (AR) WILL BE CO-DESIGNATED AS Y ROUTES, E.G. AR 21/Y 289. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AND COMPLETION OF TRANSITION OF THE U.S. EAST COAST PBN ROUTE STRUCTURE, OPERATORS ARE TO FOLLOW THE PUBLISHED GUIDANCE APPLICABLE TO THE ROUTES INDICATED IN THEIR FLIGHT PLAN. FOR EXAMPLE, OPERATORS FILING TO FLY Q100 ARE TO FOLLOW THE GULF Q ROUTE GUIDANCE IN THE NTAP (PART 3, SECTION 2) GULF OF MEXICO Q ROUTES. ADDITIONALLY, OPERATORS FILING TO FLY Y280 ARE TO FOLLOW THE Y ROUTE GUIDANCE IN THE U. S. AIP (ENR 7). SAME POLICY APPLIES TO CO-DESIGNATED AR AND Y ROUTES. IF AN OPERATOR FLIGHT PLANS A ROUTE OF FLIGHT INDICATING A COMBINATION OF ROUTES WHICH INCLUDES A Y ROUTE, THE AIRCRAFT MUST MEET THE EQUIPAGE AND PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS PUBLISHED IN THE AIP SECTION ENR 7.10. PLEASE DIRECT ANY QUESTION TO FLIGHT TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCEDURES DIVISION, 202-267-8790 1811091500-PERM
!FDC 4/5111 (KZJX A2790/14) ZJX FL..SPECIAL NOTICE..DEPARTURES FROM ORLANDO TERMINAL AIRSPACE WITH ROUTES TRHOUGH MIAMI CENTER MUST ADDRESS THEIR FLIGHT PLANS TO JACKSONVILLE CENTER ONLY. FPL MESSAGES SHOULD NOT BE ADDRESSED TO MIAMI CENTER. 1410291753-PERM

!FDC 8/3881 (KZMA A1645/18) ZMA FL..SPECIAL NOTICE.. GULF OF MEXICO RNAV AND ATLANTIC ROUTES PUBLISHED CO-DESIGNATION ON ENROUTE HIGH CHARTS H-7, H-8, AND H-9 CHARTS. THE RNAV ROUTES Q100 AND Q102 WILL BE CO-DESIGNATED WITH Y280 AND Y290 RESPECTIVELY. ADDITIONALLY, MULTIPLE ATLANTIC ROUTES (AR) WILL BE CO-DESIGNATED AS Y ROUTES, E.G. AR 21/Y 289. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AND COMPLETION OF TRANSITION OF THE U.S. EAST COAST PBN ROUTE STRUCTURE, OPERATORS ARE TO FOLLOW THE PUBLISHED GUIDANCE APPLICABLE TO THE ROUTES INDICATED IN THEIR FLIGHT PLAN. FOR EXAMPLE, OPERATORS FILING TO FLY Q100 ARE TO FOLLOW THE GULF Q ROUTE GUIDANCE IN THE NTAP (PART 3, SECTION 2) GULF OF MEXICO Q ROUTES. ADDITIONALLY, OPERATORS FILING TO FLY Y280 ARE TO FOLLOW THE Y ROUTE GUIDANCE IN THE U. S. AIP (ENR 7). SAME POLICY APPLIES TO CO-DESIGNATED AR AND Y ROUTES. IF AN OPERATOR FLIGHT PLANS A ROUTE OF FLIGHT INDICATING A COMBINATION OF ROUTES WHICH INCLUDES A Y ROUTE, THE AIRCRAFT MUST MEET THE EQUIPAGE AND PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS PUBLISHED IN THE AIP SECTION ENR 7.10. PLEASE DIRECT ANY QUESTION TO FLIGHT TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCEDURES DIVISION, 202-267-8790 1811091500-PERM
!FDC 4/5104 (KZMA A0868/14) ZMA FL..SPECIAL NOTICE..DEPARTURES FROM ORLANDO TERMINAL AIRSPACE WITH ROUTES TRHOUGH MIAMI CENTER MUST ADDRESS THEIR FLIGHT PLANS TO JACKSONVILLE CENTER ONLY. FPL MESSAGES SHOULD NOT BE ADDRESSED TO MIAMI CENTER. 1410291740-PERM

  
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