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Old September 20th 04, 02:40 AM
Ron Rosenfeld
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It pays to read the TFR notams one's self, and carefully look at the plots.

I have to fly to ASH tomorrow morning. I was hoping to return in the
afternoon but my initial calls to FSS indicated that the airport would be
closed all afternoon (well 1245 to 1620 local, anyway).

So I went and read this notam and it looks as if from 1350 to 1515 local
time there is a window during which time ASH will be outside the 10 NM
no-fly zone (being 10.6 NM from the center when GWB is in Derry).

So I called back FSS and they re-read and agreed with me.

Tomorrow I'll see if ATC agrees :-))


Ron (EPM) (N5843Q, Mooney M20E) (CP, ASEL, ASES, IA)
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Old September 20th 04, 05:18 AM
G. Burkhart
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"Ron Rosenfeld" wrote in message
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It pays to read the TFR notams one's self, and carefully look at the
plots.

I have to fly to ASH tomorrow morning. I was hoping to return in the
afternoon but my initial calls to FSS indicated that the airport would be
closed all afternoon (well 1245 to 1620 local, anyway).

So I went and read this notam and it looks as if from 1350 to 1515 local
time there is a window during which time ASH will be outside the 10 NM
no-fly zone (being 10.6 NM from the center when GWB is in Derry).

So I called back FSS and they re-read and agreed with me.

Tomorrow I'll see if ATC agrees :-))


Last week when Dubya was in St Cloud, MN, I was listening to the scanner as
someone was busting the TFR. I heard on 121.5 a call to an aircraft 12 miles
north of St Cloud southbound at 10,500. They repeated the call at 10, 8, 5
and 3 miles from St Cloud without any response. Never did hear the aircraft
respond or if it was identified.


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Old September 20th 04, 06:12 PM
John Harlow
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Last week when Dubya was in St Cloud, MN, I was listening to the
scanner as someone was busting the TFR. I heard on 121.5 a call to an
aircraft 12 miles north of St Cloud southbound at 10,500. They
repeated the call at 10, 8, 5 and 3 miles from St Cloud without any
response. Never did hear the aircraft respond or if it was identified.


OH MY GOSH! WHY DIDN'T THEY SHOOT THAT TERRORIST DOWN????


 




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