NOTAMs — What They Are & How to Read Them

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  • Airspace restrictions as the result of military exercises.
  • Emergency flights from the Department of Defense, law enforcement, or intelligence community which conflict with commercial flight paths.
  • Radio dead zones.
  • No-fly zones.
  • Natural disasters and their emergency response.
  • Temporary construction projects.
  • Closed runways.
  • Etc.
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