U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
Air Traffic Organization Policy

ORDER
JO 7210.3W
Effective Date:
February 11, 2010
 
     
Subject:  Facility Operation and Administration

Includes: Change 1 dated 8/26/2010, Change 2 dated 3/10/2011, and
Change 3 dated 8/25/11

 

 

Table of Contents

Part 1. BASIC

Chapter 1. General

Section 1. Introduction

1-1-1. PURPOSE OF THIS ORDER

1-1-2. AUDIENCE

1-1-3. WHERE TO FIND THIS ORDER

1-1-4. WHAT THIS ORDER CANCELS

1-1-5. EXPLANATION OF CHANGES

1-1-6. SUBMISSION CUTOFF AND EFFECTIVE DATES

1-1-7. DELIVERY DATES

1-1-8. CONSTRAINTS GOVERNING SUPPLEMENTS AND PROCEDURAL DEVIATIONS

1-1-9. SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SMS)

1-1-10. REFERENCES TO FAA NON-AIR TRAFFIC ORGANIZATION

1-1-11. DISTRIBUTION

Section 2. Order Use

1-2-1. POLICY

1-2-2. ANNOTATIONS

1-2-3. WORD MEANINGS

1-2-4. ABBREVIATIONS

Chapter 2. Administration of Facilities

Section 1. General

2-1-1. INTERREGIONAL REQUIREMENTS

2-1-2. FACILITY STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES DIRECTIVE

2-1-3. POSITION/SECTOR BINDERS

2-1-4. REFERENCE FILES

2-1-5. RELEASE OF INFORMATION

2-1-6. CHECKING ACCURACY OF PUBLISHED DATA

2-1-7. AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE (ATS) CONTINUITY

2-1-8. HANDLING BOMB THREAT INCIDENTS

2-1-9. HANDLING MANPADS INCIDENTS

2-1-10. AIRPORT EMERGENCY PLANS

2-1-11. EXPLOSIVES DETECTION K-9 TEAMS

2-1-12. INTERSECTION TAKEOFFS

2-1-13. AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION PROBLEMS

2-1-14. APPROACH CONTROL CEILING

2-1-15. AUTHORIZATION FOR SEPARATION SERVICES BY TOWERS

2-1-16. BIRD HAZARDS

2-1-17. PROHIBITED/RESTRICTED AREAS

2-1-18. WASHINGTON, DC, SPECIAL FLIGHT RULES AREA (DC SFRA)/ATC SECURITY SERVICES

2-1-19. AIRPORT TRAFFIC PATTERNS

2-1-20. OBSTACLE IDENTIFICATION SURFACES, OBSTACLE FREE ZONES, RUNWAY SAFETY AREAS, AND CLEARWAYS

2-1-21. FACILITY IDENTIFICATION

2-1-22. DISPOSITION OF OBSOLETE CHARTS

2-1-23. OUTDOOR LASER DEMONSTRATIONS

2-1-24. COMBINE/RECOMBINE AN ATCT/TRACON

2-1-25. SUBMISSION OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL ASSIGNED AIRSPACE (ATCAA) DATA

2-1-26. SUBMISSION OF SUA AND PAJA FREQUENCY INFORMATION

2-1-27. REPORTING UNAUTHORIZED LASER ILLUMINATION OF AIRCRAFT

2-1-28. SUSPICIOUS AIRCRAFT/PILOT ACTIVITIES

2-1-29. REPORTING DEATH, ILLNESS, OR OTHER PUBLIC HEALTH RISK ON BOARD AIRCRAFT

Section 2. Responsibilities

2-2-1. LEGAL LIABILITIES OF PERSONNEL

2-2-2. JOB REQUIREMENTS

2-2-3. POSITION RESPONSIBILITY

2-2-4. DUTY FAMILIARIZATION AND THE TRANSFER OF POSITION RESPONSIBILITY

2-2-5. OPERATING INITIALS

2-2-6. SIGN IN/OUT AND ON/OFF PROCEDURES

2-2-7. CIRNOT HANDLING

2-2-8. GENOT HANDLING

2-2-9. PERSONNEL BRIEFINGS REGARDING AIR TRAFFIC BULLETIN ITEMS

2-2-10. LAW ENFORCEMENT INFORMATION

2-2-11. PERSONNEL BRIEFINGS REGARDING ORDER CHANGES

2-2-12. SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT OF VSCS EQUIPMENT

2-2-13. REPORTING EQUIPMENT TROUBLE

2-2-14. FACILITY DIRECTIVES REPOSITORY (FDR)

Section 3. Air Traffic Familiarization/Currency Requirements for En Route/Terminal/Flight Service Facilities

2-3-1. GENERAL

2-3-2. APPLICATION

2-3-3. REQUIREMENTS

2-3-4. DIFFERENTIAL

Section 4. Hours of Duty

2-4-1. SERVICE HOURS

2-4-2. TIME STANDARDS

2-4-3. TIME CHECKS

2-4-4. STATUS OF SERVICE

Section 5. Watch Coverage-Flight Service Stations

2-5-1. BASIC WATCH SCHEDULES

2-5-2. DESIGNATING WATCH SUPERVISION COVERAGE

2-5-3. AREA SUPERVISION

2-5-4. RELIEF PERIODS

2-5-5. OVERTIME DUTY

2-5-6. HOLIDAY STAFFING

2-5-7. CONSOLIDATING POSITIONS

2-5-8. SUPERVISORS HOURS OF DUTY

2-5-9. FACILITY COMPLEMENTS

2-5-10. CONTROLLER-IN-CHARGE (CIC) TRAINING

Section 6. Watch Supervision-Terminal/En Route

2-6-1. WATCH SUPERVISION

2-6-2. WATCH SUPERVISION ASSIGNMENTS

2-6-3. CONTROLLER-IN-CHARGE (CIC) DESIGNATION

2-6-4. CONTROLLER-IN-CHARGE (CIC) SELECTION PROCESS

2-6-5. CONSOLIDATING POSITIONS

2-6-6. RELIEF PERIODS

2-6-7. BASIC WATCH SCHEDULE

2-6-8. OVERTIME DUTY

2-6-9. HOLIDAY STAFFING

2-6-10. ADMINISTRATIVE HOURS OF DUTY

2-6-11. FACILITY COMPLEMENTS

2-6-12. CONSOLIDATING TOWER/TRACON FUNCTIONS

Section 7. Appearance and Security

2-7-1. PERSONNEL APPEARANCE

2-7-2. QUARTERS APPEARANCE

2-7-3. BULLETIN BOARDS

2-7-4. FOOD AND BEVERAGES

2-7-5. FACILITY SECURITY

2-7-6. SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITIES

2-7-7. COOPERATION WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

2-7-8. FACILITY VISITORS

2-7-9. SECURITY OF JOINT-USE RADAR DATA

Section 8. Medical

2-8-1. GENERAL

2-8-2. MEDICAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS

2-8-3. SPECIAL MEDICAL EVALUATIONS

2-8-4. SPECIAL CONSIDERATION

2-8-5. USE OF DRUGS AND SEDATIVES

2-8-6. RESTRICTED DRUGS

2-8-7. BLOOD DONORS

2-8-8. USE OF ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS

2-8-9. MEDICAL STATUS DETERMINATIONS ON FG-2154s

Section 9. Weather/Visibility

2-9-1. BACKUP/AUGMENTATION OF WEATHER OBSERVATIONS

2-9-2. RECEIPT AND DISSEMINATION OF WEATHER OBSERVATIONS

2-9-3. LIMITED AVIATION WEATHER REPORTING STATION (LAWRS) HOURS OF OPERATION

2-9-4. NONAVIATION WEATHER SERVICE

2-9-5. NATIONAL WEATHER RECORDS CENTER

2-9-6. VISIBILITY CHARTS

2-9-7. SITING CRITERIA FOR VISUAL WEATHER OBSERVATIONS

2-9-8. RUNWAY VISUAL VALUE (RVV) AND RUNWAY VISUAL RANGE (RVR) EQUIPMENT

2-9-9. SPECIFIC AREA MESSAGE ENCODING (SAME) WEATHER RADIOS

Section 10. Wind/Altimeter Information

2-10-1. WIND INSTRUMENT SENSORS

2-10-2. WIND INDICATOR CROSS CHECK

2-10-3. ALTIMETER REQUIREMENTS

2-10-4. COMPARISON CHECKS

2-10-5. DELIVERY OF ALTIMETER SETTING TO ARTCC

2-10-6. BROADCAST DENSITY ALTITUDE ADVISORY

Chapter 3. Facility Equipment

Section 1. General

3-1-1. BASIC EQUIPMENT

3-1-2. PERIODIC MAINTENANCE

3-1-3. NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM (NAS) CHANGES

3-1-4. TRAFFIC LIGHTS, GATES, AND SIGNALS

3-1-5. CLEANING INSTRUMENT COVERS

3-1-6. ENGINE GENERATOR TRANSFER PROCEDURES FOR ANTICIPATED POWER FAILURE

Section 2. Use of Communications

3-2-1. RESPONSIBILITY

3-2-2. AUTHORIZED MESSAGES NOT DIRECTLY ASSOCIATED WITH AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES

3-2-3. USE OF OTHER THAN FAA COMMUNICATIONS CIRCUITS

3-2-4. FBI USE OF FAA FREQUENCIES

3-2-5. AERONAUTICAL ADVISORY STATIONS (UNICOM/MULTICOM)

Section 3. Communications Procedures

3-3-1. SERVICE “F” COMMUNICATIONS

3-3-2. TELEPHONE COMMUNICATIONS

3-3-3. MONITORING FREQUENCIES

3-3-4. EMERGENCY FREQUENCIES 121.5 AND 243.0 MHz

3-3-5. BATTERY-POWERED TRANSCEIVERS

3-3-6. FACILITY STATUS REPORT

3-3-7. TESTING EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTERS

3-3-8. VSCS FREQUENCY BACKUP

3-3-9. VSCS RECONFIGURATIONS

3-3-10. VTABS (VSCS TRAINING AND BACKUP SYSTEM)

Section 4. Recorders

3-4-1. USE OF RECORDERS

3-4-2. ASSIGNMENT OF RECORDER CHANNELS

3-4-3. CHECKING AND CHANGING RECORDING EQUIPMENT

3-4-4. HANDLING RECORDER TAPES, DATs OR DALR STORAGE

3-4-5. VSCS DATA RETENTION

Section 5. Navigational Aids

3-5-1. NAVAID MONITORING

3-5-2. SYSTEM COMPONENT MALFUNCTIONS

3-5-3. PROCESSING GPS ANOMALY REPORTS

3-5-4. ORIGINATING NOTAMs CONCERNING NAVAIDs

Section 6. Direction Finders

3-6-1. DF ANTENNA SITE

3-6-2. STROBE LINE INDICATION

3-6-3. EQUIPMENT LIMITATIONS

3-6-4. INACCURATE BEARING INDICATION

3-6-5. COMMISSIONING DF EQUIPMENT

3-6-6. OPERATING PROCEDURES

3-6-7. ASR-ASSOCIATED DF

3-6-8. ASSIGNING HEADING USING DF/ASR

3-6-9. CANCELING DF APPROACH PROCEDURES

Section 7. Radar Use

3-7-1. COMMISSIONING RADAR FACILITIES

3-7-2. RADAR USE

3-7-3. ATC RADAR BEACON SYSTEM DECODER CONTROL BOX CHECKS

3-7-4. MONITORING OF MODE 3/A RADAR BEACON CODES

3-7-5. RADAR TARGET SIZING

3-7-6. TERMINAL DIGITAL RADAR SYSTEM AND DISPLAY SETTINGS

3-7-7. PREARRANGED COORDINATION

Section 8. Video Maps

3-8-1. TOLERANCE FOR RADAR FIX ACCURACY

3-8-2. RADAR MAPPING STANDARDS

3-8-3. DISPLAY MAP DATA

3-8-4. INTENSITY

3-8-5. COMMON REFERENCE POINTS

Section 9. Other Displays

3-9-1. MINIMUM VECTORING ALTITUDE CHARTS (MVAC) FOR FACILITIES PROVIDING TERMINAL APPROACH CONTROL SERVICES

3-9-2. MINIMUM VECTORING ALTITUDE CHARTS (MVAC) PREPARATION (TERMINAL/MEARTS)

3-9-3. ALTITUDE ASSIGNMENTS TO S/VFR AND VFR AIRCRAFT

3-9-4. EMERGENCY OBSTRUCTION VIDEO MAP (EOVM)

3-9-5. ESTABLISHING DIVERSE VECTOR AREA/S (DVA)

Section 10. Color Displays-Terminal

3-10-1. COLOR USE ON ATC DISPLAYS

Chapter 4. Correspondence, Conferences, Records, and Reports

Section 1. General

4-1-1. CORRESPONDENCE STANDARDS

4-1-2. SIGNATURE

4-1-3. SERVICE AREA REVIEW

4-1-4. CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING POLICY/PROCEDURES

4-1-5. IRREGULAR OPERATION

4-1-6. PRELIMINARY ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW

Section 2. User Coordination/Conferences/Publicity

4-2-1. LOCAL CONFERENCES

4-2-2. PILOT EDUCATION

4-2-3. PUBLISHED ITEMS

4-2-4. COORDINATION OF ATC PROCEDURES

Section 3. Letters of Agreement (LOA)

4-3-1. LETTERS OF AGREEMENT

4-3-2. APPROPRIATE SUBJECTS

4-3-3. DEVELOPING LOA

4-3-4. REVIEW BY SERVICE AREA OFFICE

4-3-5. APPROVAL

4-3-6. REVISIONS

4-3-7. CANCELLATION

4-3-8. AUTOMATED INFORMATION TRANSFER (AIT)

Section 4. Application

4-4-1. OPERATIONS UNDER EXEMPTIONS FROM SECTION 3 OF APPENDIX D TO PART 91 SURFACE AREAS OF CLASS B AND CLASS C AIRSPACE WITHIN WHICH SPECIAL VFR WEATHER MINIMUMS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED FOR FIXED-WING AIRCRAFT

4-4-2. USE OF AIRCRAFT CALL SIGNS

4-4-3. RUNWAY SUPERVISORY UNITS (RSU)

Section 5. Other Correspondence

4-5-1. LETTERS OF PROCEDURES

4-5-2. LETTERS TO AIRMEN

4-5-3. DISPOSITION OF VOLCANIC ACTIVITY REPORTING (VAR) FORMS

Section 6. Records

4-6-1. FACILITY RECORDS MANAGEMENT

4-6-2. COLLECTION OF OPERATIONAL DATA

4-6-3. FORMS PREPARATION

4-6-4. FAA FORM 7230-4, DAILY RECORD OF FACILITY OPERATION

4-6-5. PREPARATION OF FAA FORM 7230-4

4-6-6. FAA FORM 7230-10, POSITION LOG

4-6-7. AUTOMATED POSITION SIGN ON/OFF

4-6-8. TIME AND ATTENDANCE (T&A) RECORDING

Section 7. Reports

4-7-1. MONTHLY REPORTS

4-7-2. DELAY REPORTING

4-7-3. SYSTEM IMPACT REPORTS

4-7-4. UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT (UFO) REPORTS

Section 8. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

4-8-1. ACCIDENT/INCIDENT RECORDINGS

4-8-2. REQUESTS TO PRESERVE TAPE OR DAT UNDER FOIA

4-8-3. COMPUTER DATA

4-8-4. FEES

Chapter 5. Special Flight Handling

Section 1. Presidential Aircraft

5-1-1. ADVANCE COORDINATION

5-1-2. MONITORING THE PRESIDENTIAL AIRCRAFT FLIGHT

5-1-3. USE OF FAA COMMUNICATIONS CIRCUITS

5-1-4. SECURITY OF INFORMATION

5-1-5. MOVEMENT INFORMATION

5-1-6. COORDINATION

5-1-7. RESCUE SUPPORT AIRCRAFT

Section 2. FAA Aircraft

5-2-1. IDENTIFYING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT) AND FAA FLIGHTS

5-2-2. FLIGHT INSPECTION AIRCRAFT

5-2-3. HIGH ALTITUDE INSPECTIONS

5-2-4. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FLIGHTS

Section 3. DOE and Other Aircraft

5-3-1. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (DOE) FLIGHTS

5-3-2. IDENTIFICATION OF SPECIAL DOE FLIGHTS

5-3-3. NOTIFICATION OF DOE REPORTED ACCIDENT/UNREPORTED AIRCRAFT

5-3-4. ATMOSPHERE SAMPLING FOR NUCLEAR CONTAMINATION

5-3-5. DUE REGARD OPERATIONS

5-3-6. WEATHER RECONNAISSANCE FLIGHTS

5-3-7. OPEN SKIES TREATY AIRCRAFT PRIORITY FLIGHTS (F and D)

Section 4. Other Flight Requests

5-4-1. REQUESTS FOR DEVIATION FROM TRANSPONDER REQUIREMENTS

5-4-2. CROP DUSTER/ANTIQUE AIRCRAFT

5-4-3. FLIGHT TEST OPERATIONS

5-4-4. SANCTIONED SPEED RECORDS

5-4-5. CERTIFYING RECORD ATTEMPTS

5-4-6. PHOTOGRAMMETRIC FLIGHTS

5-4-7. AEROBATIC PRACTICE AREAS

Part 2. AIR ROUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTERS

Chapter 6. En Route Operations and Services

Section 1. General

6-1-1. AREAS OF OPERATION

6-1-2. SECTORS

6-1-3. SECTOR CONFIGURATION

6-1-4. AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

6-1-5. OPERATING POSITION DESIGNATORS

6-1-6. FLIGHT PROGRESS STRIP USAGE

Section 2. Sector Information Binders

6-2-1. EN ROUTE CONTROLLER TEAM CONCEPT

6-2-2. EN ROUTE SECTOR INFORMATION BINDER

Section 3. Operations

6-3-1. HANDLING OF SIGMETs, CWAs, AND PIREPs

6-3-2. RECEIPT OF NOTAM DATA

6-3-3. DF NET CONTROL POSITION OPERATION

6-3-4. REVIEW AIRSPACE STRUCTURE

6-3-5. DATA COMMUNICATION

6-3-6. MTR (IR) AND CHANGES TO PUBLISHED MOA ACTIVITY SCHEDULES

Section 4. Services

6-4-1. ADVANCE APPROACH INFORMATION

6-4-2. MINIMUM IFR ALTITUDES (MIA)

6-4-3. SPECIAL USE FREQUENCIES

6-4-4. PRACTICE INSTRUMENT APPROACHES

Section 5. Stored Flight Plan Program

6-5-1. CRITERIA

6-5-2. IMPLEMENTATION AND COORDINATION

6-5-3. PREPARATION AND MAINTENANCE OF BULK STORE FILE

6-5-4. REMARKS DATA

Section 6. Air Carrier Computer Interface Program

6-6-1. GENERAL

6-6-2. FACILITY RESPONSIBILITIES

6-6-3. CRITERIA FOR PARTICIPATION

6-6-4. FORMAT CONVENTIONS

6-6-5. MESSAGE CONTENT

Section 7. User Request Evaluation Tool (URET)

6-7-1. GENERAL

6-7-2. FRONT-LINE MANAGER-IN-CHARGE RESPONSIBILITIES

6-7-3. OPERATIONs MANAGER-IN-CHARGE RESPONSIBILITIES

6-7-4. FACILITY MANAGER RESPONSIBILITIES

6-7-5. URET AIRSPACE CONFIGURATION ELEMENTS

6-7-6. STANDARD USE OF AUTOMATED FLIGHT DATA MANAGEMENT

6-7-7. URET OUTAGES

6-7-8. TRANSITION AND TRAINING PLANNING

6-7-9. RESTRICTIONS INVENTORY AND EVALUATION

6-7-10. TRAFFIC COUNTS AND DELAY REPORTING

6-7-11. COMPUTER DATA RETENTION

6-7-12. WAIVER TO INTERIM ALTITUDE REQUIREMENTS

6-7-13. TRANSFER OF POSITION RESPONSIBILITY

Section 8. Ocean21

6-8-1. GENERAL

6-8-2. OPERATIONAL SUPERVISOR-IN-CHARGE RESPONSIBILITIES

6-8-3. ERROR REPAIR POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

6-8-4. FACILITY MANAGER RESPONSIBILITIES

6-8-5. TRANSFER OF POSITION

6-8-6. OCEAN21 CHANNEL CHANGEOVERS

6-8-7. OUTAGES

6-8-8. CONTROLLER PILOT DATA LINK COMMUNICATIONS

Section 9. Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM)

6-9-1. GENERAL

6-9-2. FACILITY MANAGER RESPONSIBILITIES

6-9-3. OPERATIONS MANAGER-IN-CHARGE RESPONSIBILITIES

6-9-4. FRONT-LINE MANAGER-IN-CHARGE/CONTROLLER-IN-CHARGE RESPONSIBILITIES

6-9-5. NON-RVSM REQUIREMENTS

6-9-6. EQUIPMENT SUFFIX AND DISPLAY MANAGEMENT

6-9-7. MOUNTAIN WAVE ACTIVITY (MWA)

6-9-8. WAKE TURBULENCE AND WEATHER RELATED TURBULENCE

6-9-9. SUSPENSION OF RVSM

 

Section 10. En Route Information Display System (ERIDS)

 

6-10-1. GENERAL

6-10-2. REQUIREMENTS

 

Chapter 7. En Route Data

Section 1. Performance Checks

7-1-1. RADAR PERFORMANCE CHECKS

7-1-2. SPECIAL RADAR ACCURACY CHECKS

Section 2. Deficiencies

7-2-1. DEFICIENCIES IN SYSTEM

7-2-2. AMPLITRON OR PARAMETRIC AMPLIFIER FAILURE

7-2-3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA)

Chapter 8. NAS En Route Automation

Section 1. General

8-1-1. TRANSITION PROCEDURES

8-1-2. ALTRV FLIGHT DATA PROCESSING

8-1-3. COMPUTER DATA RETENTION

Section 2. Procedures

8-2-1. SINGLE SITE COVERAGE STAGE A OPERATIONS

8-2-2. ADAPTED ALTIMETER SETTINGS

8-2-3. ADAPTATION OF EXTERNAL ALTIMETER SETTINGS

8-2-4. CONFLICT ALERT FUNCTION PARAMETERS

8-2-5. MODE C INTRUDER (MCI) ALERT PARAMETERS

8-2-6. E-MSAW ADAPTATION

8-2-7. WAIVER TO INTERIM ALTITUDE REQUIREMENTS

Section 3. Displays

8-3-1. DIGITAL MAP VERIFICATION

8-3-2. DATA DISPLAY FOR BLOCK ALTITUDE FLIGHTS

8-3-3. SELECTED ALTITUDE LIMITS

8-3-4. AUTOMATED WEATHER DISPLAY STATUS

Chapter 9. Facility Statistical Data, Reports, and Forms

Section 1. Operational Count Data

9-1-1. IFR AIRCRAFT HANDLED

9-1-2. CATEGORIES OF OPERATIONS

9-1-3. CRITERIA FOR IFR AIRCRAFT HANDLED COUNT

9-1-4. MILITARY AIRCRAFT MOVEMENTS

9-1-5. USE OF AUTOMATED COUNTS

9-1-6. FAA FORM 7230-14, ARTCC OPERATIONS DAILY SUMMARY

9-1-7. INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING FAA FORM 7230-14

9-1-8. DISTRIBUTION AND AMENDMENT

Section 2. Instrument Approach Data

9-2-1. GENERAL

9-2-2. INSTRUMENT APPROACHES

9-2-3. AIRPORTS REPORTED

9-2-4. FAA FORM 7230-16, APPROACH DATA WORKSHEET

9-2-5. FAA FORM 7230-12, INSTRUMENT APPROACHES MONTHLY SUMMARY

9-2-6. DISTRIBUTION AND AMENDMENT

9-2-7. FORWARD COPY TO ADJACENT SERVICE AREA

Section 3. Other Reports and Forms

9-3-1. FAA FORM 7210-8, ELT INCIDENT

Part 3. TERMINAL AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL FACILITIES

Chapter 10. Terminal Operations, Services, and Equipment

Section 1. General

10-1-1. OPERATING POSITION DESIGNATORS

10-1-2. TOWER/RADAR TEAM CONCEPTS

10-1-3. MILITARY ATC BOARDS

10-1-4. SECTIONAL AERONAUTICAL AND TERMINAL AREA CHARTS

10-1-5. AREAS OF NONVISIBILITY

10-1-6. SELECTING ACTIVE RUNWAYS

10-1-7. USE OF ACTIVE RUNWAYS

10-1-8. FLIGHT PROGRESS STRIP USAGE

10-1-9. LOW VISIBILITY OPERATIONS

10-1-10. MOBILE CONTROL TOWERS

10-1-11. PARTICIPATION IN LOCAL AIRPORT DEICING PLAN (LADP)

10-1-12. PRECISION OBSTACLE FREE ZONE (POFZ)

Section 2. Position Binders

10-2-1. POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

10-2-2. TOWER/RADAR TEAM POSITION BINDERS

Section 3. Operations

10-3-1. SIGMET AND PIREP HANDLING

10-3-2. WIND INSTRUMENTS AT APPROACH CONTROL FACILITIES

10-3-3. LOW LEVEL WIND SHEAR/MICROBURST DETECTION SYSTEMS

10-3-4. RELAY OF RVV/RVR VALUES

10-3-5. ADVANCE APPROACH INFORMATION

10-3-6. ILS/MLS HEIGHT/DISTANCE LIMITATIONS

10-3-7. LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS (LAHSO)

10-3-8. TAXI INTO POSITION AND HOLD (TIPH) OPERATIONS

10-3-9. TAKEOFF CLEARANCE

10-3-10. MULTIPLE RUNWAY CROSSINGS

Section 4. Services

10-4-1. AUTOMATIC TERMINAL INFORMATION SERVICE (ATIS)

10-4-2. PRETAXI CLEARANCE PROCEDURES

10-4-3. GATE HOLD PROCEDURES

10-4-4. ADVISORY SERVICE TO ARRIVING VFR FLIGHTS

10-4-5. PRACTICE INSTRUMENT APPROACHES

10-4-6. SIMULTANEOUS ILS/MLS APPROACHES

10-4-7. PRECISION RUNWAY MONITOR-SIMULTANEOUS OFFSET INSTRUMENT APPROACHES

10-4-8. REDUCED SEPARATION ON FINAL

10-4-9. MINIMUM IFR ALTITUDES (MIA)

Section 5. Terminal Radar

10-5-1. SHUTDOWN OF PAR ANTENNAS

10-5-2. RADAR DISPLAY INDICATORS

10-5-3. FUNCTIONAL USE OF CERTIFIED TOWER RADAR DISPLAYS

10-5-4. ASR PERFORMANCE CHECKS

10-5-5. DEFICIENCIES IN SYSTEM

10-5-6. RADAR TOLERANCES

10-5-7. RECOMMENDED ALTITUDES FOR SURVEILLANCE APPROACHES

10-5-8. ASDE PERFORMANCE CHECKS

Section 6. Airport Lighting

10-6-1. GENERAL

10-6-2. OPERATION OF LIGHTS WHEN TOWER IS CLOSED

10-6-3. INCOMPATIBLE LIGHT SYSTEM OPERATION

10-6-4. APPROACH LIGHT SYSTEMS

10-6-5. VISUAL APPROACH SLOPE INDICATOR (VASI) SYSTEMS

10-6-6. PRECISION APPROACH PATH INDICATOR (PAPI) SYSTEMS

10-6-7. RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY LIGHTS

10-6-8. RUNWAY FLOODLIGHTS

10-6-9. RUNWAY EDGE LIGHTS ASSOCIATED WITH MEDIUM APPROACH LIGHT SYSTEM/RUNWAY ALIGNMENT INDICATOR LIGHTS

Section 7. Airport Arrival Rate (AAR)

10-7-1. PURPOSE

10-7-2. POLICY

10-7-3. DEFINITIONS

10-7-4. RESPONSIBILITIES

10-7-5. CALCULATING AARs

10-7-6. OPERATIONAL AARs

Chapter 11. National Programs

Section 1. Terminal VFR Radar Services

11-1-1. PROGRAM INTENT

11-1-2. IMPLEMENTATION

11-1-3. TRSA

11-1-4. CLASS C AIRSPACE

11-1-5. CLASS B AIRSPACE

Section 2. Automated Terminal Tracking Systems (ATTS)

11-2-1. OPERATIONAL USE

11-2-2. DATA ENTRIES

11-2-3. DISPLAY DATA

11-2-4. USE OF MODIFY AND QUICK LOOK FUNCTIONS

11-2-5. AUTOMATION PROGRAM CHANGES

11-2-6. AUTOMATIC ACQUISITION/TERMINATION AREAS

11-2-7. MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE WARNING (MSAW), CONFLICT ALERT (CA) AND MODE C INTRUDER (MCI)

11-2-8. MAGNETIC VARIATION OF VIDEO MAPS/GEO MAPS AT ARTS FACILITIES

11-2-9. MSAW DTM CARTOGRAPHIC CERTIFICATION, UPDATES, AND RECOMPILATION

11-2-10. DIGITAL MAP VERIFICATION

Section 3. Data Recording and Retention

11-3-1. DATA RECORDING

11-3-2. DATA RETENTION

11-3-3. FAULT LOG

Section 4. TPX-42

11-4-1. OPERATIONAL USE

11-4-2. LOW ALTITUDE ALERT SYSTEM (LAAS)

Section 5. Charted VFR Flyway Planning Chart Program

11-5-1. DEFINITION

11-5-2. CRITERIA

11-5-3. RESPONSIBILITIES

Section 6. Helicopter Route Chart Program

11-6-1. POLICY

11-6-2. DEFINITION

11-6-3. CRITERIA

11-6-4. RESPONSIBILITIES

Section 7. Terminal Area VFR Route Program

11-7-1. POLICY

11-7-2. DEFINITION

11-7-3. CRITERIA

11-7-4. RESPONSIBILITIES

Section 8. Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS)

11-8-1. OPERATIONAL USE

11-8-2. DATA ENTRIES

11-8-3. DISPLAY DATA

11-8-4. USE OF STARS QUICK LOOK FUNCTIONS

11-8-5. AUTOMATION PROGRAM CHANGES

11-8-6. AUTOMATIC ACQUISITION/TERMINATION AREAS

11-8-7. MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE WARNING (MSAW) AND CONFLICT ALERT (CA)

11-8-8. MAGNETIC VARIATION OF VIDEO MAPS/GEO MAPS AT STARS FACILITIES

11-8-9. MSAW DTM CARTOGRAPHIC CERTIFICATION, UPDATES, AND RECOMPILATION

11-8-10. DIGITAL MAP VERIFICATION

11-8-11. MODE C INTRUDER (MCI) ALERT PARAMETERS

11-8-12. OPERATIONAL MODE TRANSITION PROCEDURES

11-8-13. RADAR SELECTION PROCEDURES

11-8-14. MULTI-SENSOR RADAR OPERATIONS

11-8-15. SINGLE SITE COVERAGE ATTS OPERATIONS

Section 9. Safety Logic Systems Front-Line Manager/CIC Procedures

11-9-1. SYSTEM OPERATION

11-9-2. ENSURE STATUS

11-9-3. MONITOR ALERTS AND ENSURE CORRECTIVE ACTION

11-9-4. RAIN CONFIGURATION

11-9-5. LIMITED CONFIGURATION

11-9-6. WATCH CHECKLIST

Section 10. VFR Waypoint Chart Program

11-10-1. POLICY

11-10-2. DEFINITION

11-10-3. CRITERIA

11-10-4. RESPONSIBILITIES

Chapter 12. Facility Statistical Data, Reports, and Forms

Section 1. General Information

12-1-1. GENERAL

12-1-2. COUNTING METHODS

12-1-3. QUESTIONS OR CHANGES

12-1-4. SUMMARY OF STATISTICAL REPORTS AND FORMS

12-1-5. CATEGORIES OF OPERATIONS

Section 2. Itinerant Operations

12-2-1. TABULATION

Section 3. Local Operations

12-3-1. TABULATION

Section 4. Overflight Operations

12-4-1. TABULATION

Section 5. Amending and Reviewing Data

12-5-1. AMENDED OPSNET DATA

12-5-2. ANALYSIS AND REVIEW

Part 4. FLIGHT SERVICE STATIONS

Chapter 13. Flight Service Operations and Services

Section 1. General

13-1-1. OPERATING POSITION DESIGNATORS

13-1-2. TEMPORARY FSS

13-1-3. FLIGHT PLAN AREA

13-1-4. ICSS INTRODUCTORY ANNOUNCEMENT

Section 2. Position/Service Information Binders

13-2-1. RESPONSIBILITY

13-2-2. BOUNDARIES

13-2-3. POSITIONS/SERVICES

Section 3. Operations

13-3-1. AIRPORT CONDITION FILE

13-3-2. LANDING AREA STATUS CHECKS

13-3-3. AIRPORT SEARCH ARRANGEMENTS

13-3-4. LIAISON VISITS

13-3-5. DUTIES

13-3-6. TIE-IN NOTAM RESPONSIBILITY

Section 4. Services

13-4-1. PREFILED FLIGHT PLANS

13-4-2. PRACTICE INSTRUMENT APPROACHES

13-4-3. OPERATION OF AIRPORT LIGHTS

13-4-4. RUNWAY EDGE LIGHTS ASSOCIATED WITH MEDIUM APPROACH LIGHT SYSTEM/RUNWAY ALIGNMENT INDICATOR LIGHTS

13-4-5. LOCAL AIRPORT ADVISORY (LAA)/REMOTE AIRPORT ADVISORY (RAA)/REMOTE AIRPORT INFORMATION SERVICE (RAIS)

13-4-6. AUTOMATIC FLIGHT INFORMATION SERVICE (AFIS) - ALASKA FSSs ONLY

13-4-7. TRANSMISSION OF MESSAGES FROM AIRPORT INSPECTORS

Chapter 14. Aviation Meteorological Services and Equipment

Section 1. General

14-1-1. FAA-NWS AGREEMENT

14-1-2. CERTIFICATES OF AUTHORITY

14-1-3. LIAISON WITH AVIATION INTERESTS

14-1-4. TELEPHONE LISTINGS

14-1-5. MINIMUM WEATHER EQUIPMENT

14-1-6. SUPPLY-SUPPORT

14-1-7. NWS OPERATIONS MANUAL

Section 2. Pilot Weather Briefing

14-2-1. BRIEFING RESPONSIBILITY

14-2-2. WEATHER CHART DISPLAY

14-2-3. TELEVISION EQUIPMENT

14-2-4. AFSS/FSS-WSO/WFO ADJOINING

14-2-5. AFSS/FSS-WSO/WFO NOT ADJOINING

14-2-6. FLIGHT PLANNING DISPLAY

14-2-7. FLIGHT PLANNING FORMS

14-2-8. MILITARY TRAINING ACTIVITY

14-2-9. TRANSFER OF BRIEFERS

Section 3. En Route Flight Advisory Service (EFAS)

14-3-1. GENERAL

14-3-2. FLIGHT WATCH AREA (FWA)

14-3-3. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

14-3-4. HOURS OF OPERATION

14-3-5. STAFFING

14-3-6. NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) SUPPORT

14-3-7. EQUIPMENT

14-3-8. TRAINING

14-3-9. CERTIFICATION

14-3-10. RECERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

14-3-11. QUALIFICATION AND SELECTION

Section 4. Broadcasts

14-4-1. STATION BROADCASTS

14-4-2. COORDINATE WITH WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE (WFO) (ALASKA ONLY)

14-4-3. COMMERCIAL BROADCAST STATIONS

14-4-4. REDUCING RECORDED WEATHER INFORMATION SERVICES

Chapter 15. Equipment

Section 1. General

15-1-1. RESPONSIBILITY

15-1-2. AIRCRAFT ORIENTATION PLOTTING BOARD

15-1-3. ADDITIONAL TELEPHONE SERVICE

15-1-4. ORDERING OVERLAYS

15-1-5. LEASED EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES

Section 2. Frequencies

15-2-1. VOR AND VORTAC VOICE CHANNELS

15-2-2. UHF EN ROUTE CHANNEL

Chapter 16. Facility Statistical Data, Reports, and Forms

Section 1. General Information

16-1-1. FORM USAGE

16-1-2. TOTAL FLIGHT SERVICES FORMULA

Section 2. Aircraft Contacted

16-2-1. AIRCRAFT CONTACTED

16-2-2. LOCAL AIRPORT ADVISORY (LAA)/REMOTE AIRPORT ADVISORY (RAA)/REMOTE AIRPORT INFORMATION SERVICE (RAIS)

16-2-3. RADIO CONTACTS

Section 3. Flight Plan Count

16-3-1. FLIGHT PLAN COUNT

16-3-2. ADDITIONAL ITEMS

16-3-3. FLIGHT PLAN CHANGE EN ROUTE

16-3-4. FLIGHT PLAN FORMS

Section 4. Pilot Briefing Count

16-4-1. PILOT BRIEFING COUNT

16-4-2. RETENTION OF FORMS CONTAINING PILOT BRIEFING (“PB”) DATA

Section 5. Other Reports and Information

16-5-1. COMPLETION OF MONTHLY ACTIVITY RECORD

16-5-2. EFAS MONTHLY REPORT

16-5-3. DISTRIBUTION AND AMENDMENT

16-5-4. MESSAGE TRAFFIC NUMBER RECORD

16-5-5. UNANNOUNCED MILITARY AIRCRAFT ARRIVALS

Section 6. AFSS Printing of Lists and Tallies
(Model 1 Full Capacity)

16-6-1. PRINTING OF LISTS

16-6-2. PRINTING OF TRANSACTIONS INVOLVING LIST UPDATES

16-6-3. FLIGHT PLAN LOG PRINTING

16-6-4. PREFLIGHT BRIEFING LOG PRINTING

16-6-5. IN-FLIGHT CONTACT LOG PRINTING

16-6-6. TALLIES PRINTING

16-6-7. FLIGHT PLAN PRINTING

16-6-8. DISABLED SYSTEM COMPONENT PRINTING

Section 7. AFSS Lists, Logs, and Tallies (OASIS)

16-7-1. RECORDING OF FLIGHT INFORMATION

16-7-2. MANAGEMENT OF LISTS AND LOGS

16-7-3. TALLIES PRINTING

Part 5. TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Chapter 17. Traffic Management National, Center, and Terminal

Section 1. Organizational Missions

17-1-1. TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MISSION

17-1-2. DAVID J. HURLEY AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM COMMAND CENTER (ATCSCC)

17-1-3. TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT UNIT (TMU) MISSION

Section 2. Organizational Responsibilities

17-2-1. AIR TRAFFIC TACTICAL OPERATIONS PROGRAM

17-2-2. SERVICE CENTER OPERATIONS SUPPORT GROUP

17-2-3. ATCSCC

17-2-4. FIELD FACILITIES

Section 3. Line of Authority

17-3-1. ATCSCC

17-3-2. ARTCC

17-3-3. TERMINAL

Section 4. Supplemental Duties

17-4-1. TELEPHONE CONFERENCES

17-4-2. SPECIAL INTEREST FLIGHTS

17-4-3. ANALYSIS

17-4-4. OPERATIONS MANAGER (OM) SUPPORT

17-4-5. DIVERSION RECOVERY

Section 5. Coordination

17-5-1. COORDINATION

17-5-2. COMMUNICATION

17-5-3. DOCUMENTATION

17-5-4. RESPONSIBILITIES

17-5-5. STATIC COORDINATION

17-5-6. EN ROUTE INTRA-FACILITY COORDINATION

17-5-7. TERMINAL INTER-FACILITY COORDINATION

17-5-8. NATIONAL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT LOG (NTML)

17-5-9. NTML FACILITY CONFIGURATION REQUIREMENTS

17-5-10. NTML PROCEDURES

17-5-11. PROCESSING REQUESTS FOR REROUTES AND RESTRICTIONS FOR FACILITIES WITH NTML

17-5-12. DELAY REPORTING

17-5-13. ELECTRONIC SYSTEM IMPACT REPORTS

17-5-14. TARMAC DELAY OPERATIONS

Section 6. Traffic Management Initiatives

17-6-1. GENERAL

17-6-2. BACKGROUND

17-6-3. POLICY

17-6-4. TYPES OF TMIs

17-6-5. EXCEPTION

17-6-6. TMI DATA

17-6-7. TMI APPROVAL AUTHORITY

17-6-8. PROCESSING TMI

17-6-9. FIELD FACILITY RESPONSIBILITIES FOR TMIs

17-6-10. ATCSCC RESPONSIBILITIES FOR TMI

17-6-11. TMIs WITHIN ARTCC AREA OF JURISDICTION

17-6-12. TMIs OF 10 MIT OR LESS

17-6-13. EN ROUTE SEQUENCING PROGRAM (ESP) IMPLEMENTATION

17-6-14. TMIs OF 25 MIT OR GREATER

17-6-15. CAPPING AND TUNNELING

Section 7. Flow Evaluation Area (FEA) and Flow Constrained Area (FCA)

17-7-1. GENERAL

17-7-2. DEFINITIONS

17-7-3. RESPONSIBILITIES

17-7-4. PROCEDURES

17-7-5. ARTCC TO ARTCC COORDINATION

17-7-6. RESPONSIBILITIES

17-7-7. PROCEDURES

Section 8. Monitor Alert Parameter

17-8-1. PURPOSE

17-8-2. IMPLEMENTATION PROCEDURES

17-8-3. RESPONSIBILITIES

17-8-4. ANALYSIS REQUIREMENTS

17-8-5. RESOLVING RECURRING SECTOR LOADING ISSUES

Section 9. Ground Delay Programs

17-9-1. POLICY

17-9-2. GENERAL

17-9-3. BACKGROUND

17-9-4. DEFINITIONS

17-9-5. VARIABLES IN GDPs

17-9-6. ATCSCC PROCEDURES

17-9-7. ARTCC PROCEDURES

17-9-8. TERMINAL PROCEDURES

17-9-9. AMENDING EDCTs

17-9-10. CANCELLATION PROCEDURES

17-9-11. DOCUMENTATION

17-9-12. USER OPTIONS

17-9-13. VFR FLIGHTS

Section 10. Airspace Flow Programs (AFP)

17-10-1. GENERAL

17-10-2. POLICY

17-10-3. RESPONSIBILITIES

17-10-4. PROCEDURES

Section 11. Ground Stop(s)

17-11-1. POLICY

17-11-2. GENERAL

17-11-3. LOCAL GROUND STOP(S)

17-11-4. NATIONAL GROUND STOP(S)

17-11-5. CANCELLATION PROCEDURES

17-11-6. DOCUMENTATION

Section 12. Special Traffic Management Programs

17-12-1. SPECIAL EVENT PROGRAMS

17-12-2. COORDINATION

17-12-3. IMPLEMENTATION

17-12-4. AIRPORT RESERVATION OFFICE

Section 13. Severe Weather Management

17-13-1. GENERAL

17-13-2. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Section 14. Severe Weather Avoidance Plan (SWAP)

17-14-1. GENERAL

17-14-2. RESPONSIBILITIES

Section 15. Preferred IFR Routes Program

17-15-1. GENERAL

17-15-2. RESPONSIBILITIES

17-15-3. DEVELOPMENT PROCEDURES

17-15-4. COORDINATION PROCEDURES

17-15-5. PROCESSING AND PUBLICATION

Section 16. North American Route Program

17-16-1. PURPOSE

17-16-2. RESPONSIBILITIES

17-16-3. PROCEDURES

17-16-4. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

17-16-5. USER REQUIREMENTS

Section 17. Coded Departure Routes

17-17-1. PURPOSE

17-17-2. DEFINITION

17-17-3. POLICY

17-17-4. RESPONSIBILITIES

17-17-5. CDR DATA FORMAT

17-17-6. PROCEDURES

Section 18. Route Advisories

17-18-1. PURPOSE

17-18-2. POLICY

17-18-3. EXPLANATION OF TERMS

17-18-4. ROUTE ADVISORY MESSAGES

17-18-5. RESPONSIBILITIES

17-18-6. PROCEDURES

Section 19. Operations Plan

17-19-1. PURPOSE

17-19-2. DEFINITION

17-19-3. RESPONSIBILITIES

17-19-4. PROCEDURES

Section 20. National Playbook

17-20-1. PURPOSE

17-20-2. POLICY

17-20-3. DEFINITION

17-20-4. RESPONSIBILITIES

17-20-5. NATIONAL PLAYBOOK DATA FORMAT

17-20-6. PROCEDURES

Section 21. Traffic Management (TM) Support of Non-Reduced Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM) Aircraft

17-21-1. PURPOSE

17-21-2. POLICY

17-21-3. DEFINITIONS

17-21-4. EXCEPTED FLIGHTS

17-21-5. OPERATOR ACCESS OPTIONS

17-21-6. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Section 22. Contingency Plan Support System (CPSS)

17-22-1. PURPOSE  

17-22-2. DEFINITION  

17-22-3. RESPONSIBILITIES  

17-22-4. PROCEDURES

Part 6. REGULATORY INFORMATION

Chapter 18. Waivers, Authorizations, and Exemptions

Section 1. Waivers and Authorizations

18-1-1. PURPOSE

18-1-2. POLICY

18-1-3. RESPONSIBILITIES

18-1-4. PROCESSING CERTIFICATE OF WAIVER OR AUTHORIZATION (FAA FORM 7711-2) REQUESTS

18-1-5. PROCESSING CERTIFICATE OF WAIVER OR AUTHORIZATION RENEWAL OR AMENDMENT REQUESTS

18-1-6. ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF WAIVER OR AUTHORIZATION (FAA FORM 7711-1)

18-1-7. RETENTION OF CERTIFICATES OF WAIVER OR AUTHORIZATION

18-1-8. WAIVER, AUTHORIZATION OR DENIAL PROCEDURE

18-1-9. CANCELLATION OF WAIVERS AND AUTHORIZATIONS

Section 2. Elimination of Fixed-Wing Special Visual Flight Rules Operations

18-2-1. PURPOSE

18-2-2. POLICY

18-2-3. RESPONSIBILITIES

Section 3. Current Authorizations and Exemptions from Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations

18-3-1. AUTHORIZATIONS AND EXEMPTIONS FROM TITLE 14, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS (14 CFR)

18-3-2. AUTHORIZATION AND EXEMPTION REQUESTS

Section 4. Parachute Jump Operations

18-4-1. NONEMERGENCY PARACHUTE JUMP OPERATIONS

Section 5. Moored Balloons, Kites, Unmanned Rockets, and Unmanned Free Balloons/Objects

18-5-1. MOORED BALLOONS, KITES, UNMANNED ROCKETS, AND UNMANNED FREE BALLOONS/OBJECTS

18-5-2. DERELICT BALLOONS/OBJECTS

Chapter 19. Temporary Flight Restrictions

Section 1. General Information

19-1-1. PURPOSE

19-1-2. AUTHORITY

19-1-3. REASONS FOR ISSUING A TFR

19-1-4. TYPES OF TFRs

19-1-5. TFR INFORMATION

19-1-6. ENTITIES REQUESTING TFRs

19-1-7. ISSUING TFRs

19-1-8. TFRs OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES AND ITS TERRITORIES

19-1-9. FACTORS FOR CONSIDERING TFR RESTRICTIONS

19-1-10. TFR QUESTIONS

Section 2. Temporary Flight Restrictions in the Vicinity of Disaster/Hazard Areas (14 CFR Section 91.137)

19-2-1. PURPOSE

19-2-2. RATIONALE

19-2-3. EXCEPTIONS

19-2-4. REQUESTING AUTHORITIES

19-2-5. SITUATIONS FOR RESTRICTIONS

19-2-6. CAVEATS TO RESTRICTIONS

19-2-7. RESPONSIBILITIES

19-2-8. MESSAGE CONTENT

19-2-9. REVISIONS AND CANCELLATIONS

Section 3. Temporary Flight Restrictions in National Disaster Areas in the State of Hawaii (Section 91.138)

19-3-1. PURPOSE

19-3-2. REQUESTING AUTHORITIES

19-3-3. DEGREE OF RESTRICTIONS

19-3-4. DURATION OF RESTRICTIONS

Section 4. Emergency Air Traffic Rules (14 CFR Section 91.139)

19-4-1. PURPOSE

19-4-2. REQUESTING AUTHORITIES

19-4-3. DEGREE OF RESTRICTIONS

Section 5. Flight Restrictions in the Proximity of the Presidential and Other Parties (14 CFR Section 91.141)

19-5-1. PURPOSE

19-5-2. REQUESTING AUTHORITIES

19-5-3. DEGREE OF RESTRICTIONS

Section 6. Flight Limitation in the Proximity of Space Flight Operations (14 CFR Section 91.143)

19-6-1. PURPOSE

19-6-2. REQUESTING AUTHORITIES

19-6-3. DEGREE OF RESTRICTIONS

Section 7. Management of Aircraft Operations in the Vicinity of Aerial Demonstrations and Major Sporting Events (14 CFR Section 91.145)

19-7-1. PURPOSE

19-7-2. POLICY

19-7-3. RESPONSIBILITIES

19-7-4. RELATED DOCUMENTS

19-7-5. COORDINATION

19-7-6. SPECIAL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PROGRAM GUIDELINES

19-7-7. PROCESS FOR TFRs

19-7-8. REVISIONS AND CANCELLATIONS

Section 8. Special Security Instructions (14 CFR Section 99.7)

19-8-1. PURPOSE

19-8-2. REQUESTING AUTHORITIES

19-8-3. DEGREE OF RESTRICTIONS

19-8-4. DEFINITIONS

Section 9. Security Notice (SECNOT)

19-9-1. POLICY

19-9-2. PURPOSE

19-9-3. RESPONSIBILITIES  

Part 7. SYSTEM OPERATIONS SECURITY

Chapter 20. Operations Security, Strategic and Tactical

Section 1. Organizational Missions

20-1-1. SYSTEM OPERATIONS SECURITY MISSION

20-1-2. STRATEGIC OPERATIONS SECURITY MISSION

20-1-3. TACTICAL OPERATIONS SECURITY MISSION

Section 2. Organizational Responsibilities

20-2-1. STRATEGIC OPERATIONS SECURITY

20-2-2. TACTICAL OPERATIONS SECURITY

20-2-3. FIELD FACILITIES

Section 3. Line of Authority

20-3-1. SYSTEM OPERATIONS SECURITY

20-3-2. AIR TRAFFIC SECURITY COORDINATOR (ATSC)

Section 4. Supplemental Duties

20-4-1. DOMESTIC EVENTS NETWORK (DEN)

20-4-2. PRESIDENTIAL/UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE (USSS) SUPPORTED VIP MOVEMENT

20-4-3. SPECIAL INTEREST FLIGHTS (SIFs)

20-4-4. CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS AND CONTINUATION OF GOVERNMENT (COOP/COG)

20-4-5. CLASSIFIED OPERATIONS

20-4-6. INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS AND COMMUNICATION

Section 5. Coordination

20-5-1. COORDINATION

20-5-2. COMMUNICATION AND DOCUMENTATION

20-5-3. RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Appendices

Appendix 1. Air Carrier Contact for the Distribution of Incident Reports

Appendix 2. Air Carrier Points of Contact for Aircraft Identification Problems

Appendix 3. Air Carrier Aircraft for Air Traffic Activity Operations Count

Appendix 4. List of Medium and Large Hub Airports

Index

 

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