Teterboro (N.J.) Airport will be closed to fixed-wing traffic this coming Saturday morning, October 4, from 6 a.m. to noon local time to allow crews to repaint the runways. Helicopter operations will be permitted. The Teterboro Users Group urges operators to check Notams for specific times.
The task force set up in early August by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to assess risks to aircraft operating in conflict zones has defined a work program with two immediate objectives.
Sept. 26, 2014
Helicopter Ambulance Departure Rules Simplified
Last week’s FAA notice to airmen (Notam) restricting U.S. operators from flying in the Damascus Flight Information Region, which includes all of Syria, is further evidence the agency is watching airspace over the world’s hotspots more closely since the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in June.
The Federal Aviation Administration issued a new Notice To Airmen (Notam) on Tuesday prohibiting U.S. operators from flying in the Damascus Flight Information Region (FIR), which covers all of Syria.
Business aircraft operators will be able to get information about a variety of travel risks on their iPhones and iPads through a new app being launched here at the LABACE show by MedAire (Booth 3012). The MedAire Trip Ready app allows uses to search locations by ICAO airport codes to find updated information on factors such as health and safety risks, as well as an array of useful data on topics such as hotels and restaurants.
The Federal Aviation Administration issued a new Notice to Airmen (Notam) on Friday prohibiting U.S. carriers from operating in the airspace above Iraq because of fighting there between Iraqi security forces and militants associated with the Islamic State. The sweeping prohibition came after the Obama administration began humanitarian air drops to relieve refugees in northern Iraq and warned of air strikes against the advancing militants.
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Nov. 25, 2014
Charter Ops Included in European Rules
South Carolina’s Horry County Department of Airports (HCDA) today begins rehabilitation of Runway 18/36 at Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR). The department offered guidance for airport users last week on what to expect during the work, which is scheduled to continue through next spring. The airport operator said the goal is to keep the airport’s single runway operational as much as possible during peak operating hours, while it realizes delays and diversions will become necessary when the runway does become unusable.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on July 24 lifted the prohibition on U.S. flights to and from Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport it imposed earlier this week due to the fighting in Gaza. The agency said it cancelled a notice to airmen (Notam) it had earlier renewed, with the cancellation becoming effective at 11:45 EDT.
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