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NBAA Air Traffic Management Specialists at the FAA Air Traffic Control System Command Center provide these impact statements for VIP TFRs, detailing the effects that these specific TFRs have on business and general aviation, including what airports and airspace might be affected. NBAA TFR impact statements reference public airports with at least one runway of at least 3000' in length.
NOTE: While this page is updated by NBAA staff as quickly as possible after Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs) are issued or changed, operators are advised to verify that the TFR NOTAM numbers referenced below match the current TFR NOTAM numbers on the FAA’s Graphic TFR web page. This will ensure that operators are looking at the most current TFR data.
Pittsburgh, PA area - April 16, 2014
FDC NOTAM 4/2874 has been issued for the PITTSBURGH, PA area on APRIL 16, 2014.
A 12 nautical mile TFR ring centered on the MMJ290001.8 prohibits GA Operations at Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) from 1345 local (1745z) until 1800 local (2200z) on April 16, 2014.
A 32 nautical mile TFR ring centered on the MMJ290001.8 has additional restrictions between the 12 and 32 nautical mile areas from 1345 local (1745z) until 1800 local (2200z) on April 16, 2014.
These NOTAMs refer to one or more 3 nautical mile TFRs. General aviation operations will be permitted inside these TFRs as long as the aircraft are on IFR flight plans and in communication with ATC. Additionally, operators at airports inside the TFRs should expect a short stoppage of arrivals (holding) and departures (no ground movement) during the actual arrival or departure of the VIP.
Visit the FAA's Graphic TFR web page to view the NOTAM text
Miami, FL area - April 17-20, 2014
FDC 4/3939 has been issued for the MIAMI, FL area for APRIL 17-20, 2014.