Interested in Weather? Join NBAA’s Weather Subcommittee

The NBAA Access Committee’s Weather Subcommittee is looking to add members and increase participation in the group. “The goal is to recruit a diverse group of NBAA Members that represent all operational disciplines – from schedulers and dispatchers to pilots and cabin crewmembers – thereby providing the business aviation perspective to the greater weather community,” according to John Kosak, NBAA Air Traffic Services (NBAA ATS) specialist. “We want anybody who is concerned about how do I make it easier, how do I make it so I can get better information regarding weather.”

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July 15, 2022

Major Northeast Corridor Atlantic Coast Routes Project Implementation Postponed

The FAA is postponing implementation of certain changes to the Northeast Corridor Atlantic Coast Routes until spring 2023, when an initiative to improve efficiencies for traffic to and from the Florida Metroplex, including more than 150 new or modified routes, will culminate.
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June 29, 2022

Groups Warn Loss of SID Waypoints in FMS May Lead to Departure Deviations

A spate of pilot deviations on the RUDDY 6 SID procedure at New Jersey's Teterboro Airport has led NBAA and other stakeholders to advise further caution to flightcrews when setting up their aircrafts’ flight management systems to fly a SID.
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April 27, 2022

Las Vegas Implementing PPR Program for GA Transients April 28

If business takes you to the Las Vegas, NV, area April 28-May 1, 2022, in anticipation of increased traffic due to the NFL Draft, the Las Vegas TRACON issued a NOTAM that establishes a prior permission required (PPR) program for unscheduled and transient general aviation flights.
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March 17, 2022

Major Northeast Corridor NextGen Project to Culminate This Fall

The remaining changes to the Northeast Corridor Atlantic Coast Routes project should be completed before the end of 2022, completing a multi-year initiative designed to reduce delays and improve efficiencies for traffic to and from the Florida Metroplex.
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