A field guide to NOTAMs

gotWXdagain

Highly Visible Member
A “Smart briefing” would be nice. Give the tower light notams to VFR Rotors. Give the IAP notams to IFR flights. Give the “Taxiway X closed to aircraft > 150’ wingspan” to airplanes with a >150’ wingspan, and not my King Air or PC12.
 

CFI A&P

Exploring the world one toilet at a time.
A “Smart briefing” would be nice. Give the tower light notams to VFR Rotors. Give the IAP notams to IFR flights. Give the “Taxiway X closed to aircraft > 150’ wingspan” to airplanes with a >150’ wingspan, and not my King Air or PC12.
This is a great example of how to break it down. Correlate them with the flight plan, & equipment code.

Dangerous pilots like myself that don’t always file a flight plan will have to do it the old fashioned way and sort out the irrelevant stuff. “CAT II approaches N/A” - Good to know when I’m out flying a Luscombe 8A.
 

mikecweb

Third Generation Arizonan
A “Smart briefing” would be nice. Give the tower light notams to VFR Rotors. Give the IAP notams to IFR flights. Give the “Taxiway X closed to aircraft > 150’ wingspan” to airplanes with a >150’ wingspan, and not my King Air or PC12.
Elvis express express is rolling out something like that shortly.
 

Jordan93

Well-Known Member
I love that I now get DC SFRA Notams on my release. For some reason, in the past 6 months, my company thought it was a good idea. I’ll let you guys know next time I plan on flying the CRJ through the SFRA VFR.
 

Richman

Well-Known Member
I love that I now get DC SFRA Notams on my release. For some reason, in the past 6 months, my company thought it was a good idea. I’ll let you guys know next time I plan on flying the CRJ through the SFRA VFR.
Remember when you could fly into DCA in your Cessna 152 VFR?

Pepperidge farm remembers....
 
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