FAA Releases Air Traffic Procedures NOTAM for NBAA-BACE
Updated Oct. 17, 2019
As aircraft operations in the Las Vegas, NV area are expected to temporarily increase in conjunction with the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), air traffic procedures will be in place to enhance safety and ensure that traffic continues to flow smoothly.
Henderson Executive Airport (HND) is requiring reservations for all parking, drop-off and pick-up operations from Oct. 18-24. Operators may call the HND FBO at 702-261-4800 or reserve a reservation online.
HND will be the host airport for this year’s outdoor aircraft display, and the airport will be open 24 hours. However, the control tower is not open around-the-clock. HND tower hours will be from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. local time.
Departure procedures out of HND and North Las Vegas Airport (VGT) can be found in the FAA NOTAM.
New Departure Management Tool to Be Used at NBAA-BACE
PACER is a new program for general aviation that allows operators to submit an intended departure time, view demand information for a departure airport and provide better awareness of busy departure times. This program will serve the general aviation community at HND and McCarran International Airport. (LAS).
Downloadable Departure Procedures for Pilots
In order to assist pilots in pre-planning for arrival and departure at Henderson Executive Airport (HND) and departure at North Las Vegas Airport (VGT) the following aids have been created:
Refer to NOTAMs and a flight service facility for the most up-to-date information.
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