The Millville Automated Flight Service Station in New Jersey will be off-line for at least two weeks. That after an air conditioner collapsed through the roof. (The building is actually owned by the local airport commission.)
Pilot phone calls from New Jersey, the Delmarva Peninsula, and Southern New York are being re-routed to other area AFSS facilities, but the in-flight radio frequencies for the Millville flight plan area are currently out of service. Millville controls remote communications facilities in New Jersey and Delaware.
Adjacent AFSS facilities are monitoring the frequencies and will attempt to respond. But remember, if you're listening on a New Jersey or Delaware VOR, that facility may not be able to respond to you.
September 1, 2005