AndrewUber From United States of America, joined exactly 11 years ago today! , 2528 posts, RR: 41 Posted (8 years 4 weeks 1 day 7 hours ago) and read 2198 times:
According to FBOWeb, there is a TFR in southern Nevada for the next four days due to an "aircraft accident".
Temporary Flight Restriction NOTAMs
6/0722 - NV.. FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS INDIAN SPRINGS, NV. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL 0606272345 UTC PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTION 91.137(A)(1) TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS ARE AT Macedonian Airlines (Greece)">IN EFFECT FOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT. ONLY RELIEF AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS UNDER DIRECTION OF USAF ARE AUTHORIZED AT Macedonian Airlines (Greece)">IN THE AIRSPACE AT AND BELOW 7000 FEET AGL WITHIN A 5 NAUTICAL MILE RADIUS OF 363530N/1153850W OR THE LAS VEGAS /LAS/ VORTAC 307 DEGREE RADIAL AT 38.7 NAUTICAL MILES USAF TELEPHONE 702-652-0308 IS AT Macedonian Airlines (Greece)">IN CHARGE OF ON SCENE EMERGENCY RESPONSE ACTIVITY. LOS ANGELES /ZLA/ ARTCC TELEPHONE 661-265-8205 IS THE FAA COORDINATION FACILITY. WIE UNTIL UFN
Does anyone know what is going on out there? Why would there be a four day flight restriction for an accident? Possibly something they don't want people to see??
More info from tfr.faa.gov:
NOTAM Number : FDC 6/0722
Issue Date : June 23, 2006 at 0:16 UTC
Location : Indian Springs, Nevada near LAS VEGAS VORTAC (LAS)
Beginning Date and Time : Effective Immediately
Ending Date and Time : June 27, 2006 at 23:45 UTC
Reason for NOTAM : Aircraft accident
Type : Hazards
Replaced NOTAM(s) : N/A
Pilots May Contact : Los Angeles (ZLA) Center, 661-265-8205
TFR Center: 38.7 nautical miles from LAS VEGAS VORTAC(LAS) on the 308 radial (Latitude: 36º35'30"N, Longitude: 115º38'50"W)
Radius: 5 nautical miles
Altitude: From the surface up to and including 7000 feet AGL
June 23, 2006 at 0:16 UTC - June 27, 2006 at 23:45 UTC
Operating Restrictions and Requirements
No pilots may operate an aircraft in the areas covered by this NOTAM (except as described).
Only relief aircraft operations under direction of USAF are authorized in the airspace