Temporary Flight Restrictions

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Super Bowl expected to draw GA crowd

Article | Jan 12, 2012

Airports dozens of miles away from the big game are preparing for a surge in Super Bowl traffic, and the Super Bowl Host Committee is working with AOPA and the FAA to keep pilots informed of airspace changes, traffic procedures, and flight planning requirements for a broad stretch of airspace.

GA Remembers 9/11

Pilot Magazine | Sep 01, 2011

Like every other American and world citizen, you know exactly where you were and what you were doing on the morning of September 11, 2001. For the staff of AOPA, the terrorist attacks of 9/11 changed forever the way we conduct the business of protecting, preserving, and promoting general aviation.

Dallas TFR set for Super Bowl Sunday

Article | Feb 01, 2011

A temporary flight restriction will be in effect in the Dallas, Texas, area on Feb. 6, from 3:30 p.m. CST to 11:59 p.m. CST during Super Bowl XLV, to be played at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Everything but the pilot

Article | Nov 01, 2010

“Minneapolis Center, Omaha Zero-Eight.” “Omaha Zero-Eight, Minneapolis Center.” “Minneapolis Center, Omaha Zero-Eight requests a block altitude of flight level 190 to 210, and airspace in boxes Mike Six north and south.” To any pilots flying in that sector, situated along the Canadian border north of Grand Forks, North Dakota, it sounds like a routine request—perhaps by an aircraft doing mapping or aerial photography. And that’s exactly what it is.

19-hour TFR to shut down Las Vegas

Advocacy | Jul 01, 2010

Las Vegas will essentially be closed to general aviation pilots trying to fly into the area for parts of July 8 and 9. A 19-hour presidential temporary flight restriction will shut down all three major GA airports in the area: McCarran International, Henderson Executive, and North Las Vegas.

Pilot Products

Pilot Magazine | Feb 01, 2009

BrightLine Flight Bags There’s a place for everything and everything in its place. This expression, which dates back to the early 1800s, certainly rings true.

AOPA's New Internet Flight Planner

Pilot Magazine | Dec 01, 2008

Spinning the E6B’s wheel and sliding a plotter across the sectional chart, you’re about to flip through the pages of AOPA’s Airport Directory to find the best fuel stops en route. Clear sky is beckoning—but you still need to aggregate all that important information, including a weather briefing, airport information, and FBO details into your navlog.

Boyer explains impact of presidential TFRs

Article | Dec 01, 2008

Chicago residents are just beginning to come to grips with what it means to them to have the President of the United States living in their hometown. Local reporters are exploring the impact of presidential security arrangements.

Topics TFR, Airspace

AOPA Action: California Edition

Article | Jul 01, 2008

Van Nuys ‘Prop Park’ gains ground AOPA is pleased to report that plans to turn the former Air National Guard ramp area at Van Nuys Airport into a parking area for light general aviation aircraft are gaining both clarity and momentum. A $6-million contract to level existing buildings and remove hazardous materials has been signed, and construction of new facilities is slated to begin in May 2009.

Never Again: Always check for TFRs

Pilot Magazine | Jun 01, 2008

It was a beautiful summer day with a few cumulus clouds and clear weather forecast for the next fortnight—conditions highly unusual for New England. A warm breeze blew across the tarmac as I rolled my Extra 300L out of the hangar for a cross-country flight out of Bedford, Massachusetts.