FAA TO PUBLISH DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL NOTICES ON DEMAND
The FAA will change the publication schedule for items on the domestic notices website and international notices website from a 28-day cycle to on-demand publication effective May 20, (2021)." "Domestic notices include “special notices or notices containing graphics pertaining to almost every aspect of aviation, such as military training areas, large scale sporting events, air show information..." "Domestic notices include “special notices or notices containing graphics pertaining to almost every aspect of aviation, such as military training areas, large scale sporting events, air show information... " More Info Here.
Notice to Air Missions (NOTAMs) for Airport Operators - AC No: 150/5200-28G [05/25/2022]
Purpose: This Advisory Circular (AC) contains the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) standards and guidance for airport operators on the issuance of Notice to Air Missions
(NOTAM). This AC provides guidance on using the NOTAM system for airport condition reporting and procedures used to describe, format, and disseminate information on unanticipated or temporary changes to components of, or hazards in, the National Airspace System (NAS). The NOTAM system is not intended to be used to advertise data already published or charted.
Applicability: The FAA standards and guidance in this AC is provided for airport operators, or their agents, who monitor and manage the day-to-day operation of the airport and who may also have operational responsibility for certain airport-related facilities. The audience for this AC is any office responsible for originating airport related NOTAMs. The
standards and guidance in this AC are not legally binding in their own right and will not be relied upon by the FAA as a separate basis for affirmative enforcement action or
other administrative penalty. Conformity with this AC is voluntary only and nonconformity will not affect rights and obligations under existing statutes and regulations, except as follows:
1. Use of the standards and guidance in this AC is mandatory for airports that receive funding under Federal grant assurance programs, including the Airport
Improvement Program (AIP). See Grant Assurance #34.
2. Use of the standards and guidance in this AC is mandatory for projects funded by the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) program. See PFC Assurance #9.5/25/2022 AC 150/5200-28G ii
3. This AC provides an acceptable means of meeting the requirements of 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 139, including § 139.339, Airport Condition Reporting.
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