Understanding TFRs - how to find them, how to read them, and how to avoid them is critical to every flight every pilot makes today. Whether a flight is a short hop or a long jaunt, TFRs can pop-up anywhere, anytime, ruining a pilot's otherwise good day.
Now, every day can be a good day with the new book, Understanding TFRs. This handy resource guide examines a typical TFR in detail, defining its individual components so pilots can easily understand every TFR they may encounter.
Understanding TFRs tells pilots how to protect themselves from inadvertent TFR intrusions, and lists numerous TFR Internet resources. This, alone, makes this essential manual well worth its price.
Temporary Flights Restrictions (TFRs) are a fact of life for every pilot today. Unfortunately, TFRs are complex and, quite often, difficult to decipher.
Special Use Airspace, such as National Security Areas, and Military Training Routes receives special attention as well. And a summary of the Washington, D.C. ADIZ and FRZ alerts pilots to the importance of avoiding this highly protected airspace. With Understanding TFRs, pilots will gain an appreciation for the vitally important Pointer NOTAMs, which "point" to hidden TFRs affecting a pilot's flight.
Numerous web addresses are included to give you a wide range of resources, providing you with the best TFR information available anywhere.
If you are not familiar with the little appreciated, but essential, Pointer NOTAM, Understanding TFRs explains the function of this helpful NOTAM that will guide you to hidden TFRs pertinent to your flight that you might otherwise overlook.
If you are a responsible pilot who wants some good, solid information about TFRs and how to avoid intrusions, then Understanding TFRs is the book for you.
5-1/2" X 8-1/2", 42 Pages, Soft Cover, Wire Bound