NTSB: Intoxicated pilot lost control of his CitationJet in night IMC

NTSB: Intoxicated pilot lost control of his CitationJet in night IMC

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PIA A320 landed gear-up and performed go-around before fatal accident at Karachi, Pakistan

PIA A320 landed gear-up and performed go-around before fatal accident at Karachi, Pakistan

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Report: BN-2A Islander skidded off wet runway at Montserrat after landing at high speed

Report: BN-2A Islander skidded off wet runway at Montserrat after landing at high speed

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Poor visibility and vehicle tracking data error contributed to 2019 runway incursion at Toronto

Poor visibility and vehicle tracking data error contributed to 2019 runway incursion at Toronto

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ATSB: King Air pilot attempted landing with gear retracted after canceling go-around

ATSB: King Air pilot attempted landing with gear retracted after canceling go-around

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Report: Inadequately prepared crew lands Let L-410 on closed runway section of Dubrovnik Airport, Croatia

Report: Inadequately prepared crew lands Let L-410 on closed runway section of Dubrovnik Airport, Croatia

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Let L-410 veers off airstrip during takeoff at Ulang, South Sudan

Let L-410 veers off airstrip during takeoff at Ulang, South Sudan

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FAA: Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) does not comply with ICAO safety standards

FAA: Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) does not comply with ICAO safety standards

The U.S. FAA announced that the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) has been assigned a Category 2 safety rating because it does not comply with ICAO safety standards under the FAA’s International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) program.

A Category 2 IASA rating means that laws or regulations lack the necessary requirements to oversee air carriers in accordance with minimum international standards, or that civil aviation authorities are deficient in one or more areas, including technical expertise, trained personnel, record-keeping, inspection procedures or resolution of safety concerns. The OECS’s carriers can continue existing service to the United States. They will not be allowed to establish new service to the United States.

The Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA) provides aviation safety oversight for OECS members Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, as well as St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Under the IASA program, the FAA assesses the civil aviation authorities of all countries with air carriers that have applied to fly to the United States, currently conduct operations to the United States, or participate in code-sharing arrangements with U.S. partner airlines, and makes that information available to the public.

The assessments determine whether foreign civil aviation authorities comply with ICAO safety standards, rather than FAA regulations. A Category 1 rating means the country’s civil aviation authority complies with ICAO standards. A Category 1 rating allows air carriers from that country to establish service to the United States and carry the code of U.S. carriers. To maintain a Category 1 rating, a country must adhere to the ICAO safety standards,

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Report: excessive nose gear derotation caused serious damage to Boeing 757, Azores, Portugal

Report: excessive nose gear derotation caused serious damage to Boeing 757, Azores, Portugal

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VIP Movement Notification – Phoenix, Arizona

May 05, 2020
Phoenix, Arizona
30/10 NMR – 17,999 FT MSL      
 
Specific instructions and restrictions are available at http://tfr.faa.gov once the NOTAM has been issued.
*Depicted TFR data may not be a complete listing. Pilots should not use the information on this website for flight planning purposes. For the latest information, call your local Flight Service Station at 1-800-WX-BRIEF.