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Creation of E class skies; Pago Pago, American Samoa

The operation will create a 700-foot upper level sky of the Pago Pago International Airfield, Pago Pago, American Samoa (AS), to enable new area navigational (RNAV) techniques at the same time. It is necessary for the security and IFR of the national air space system.

11B, airspace designations and reporting offices as well as later changes can be found on the Internet under traffic_traffic/publications/. Further information is available from the Airspace Policy Group, Federal Aviation Administration, 800 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20591; phone: 11, airspace designations and hotlines, is Start Printed page 26567, appears annually and comes into force on 15 September.

Kenneth Ready, Air Space Policy Group, Office of Airspace Services, Federal Aviation Administration, 800 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20591 ; Telefon : In this section, the FAA is responsible for laying down the rules for the use of air space necessary to guarantee the security of aircrafts and the effective use of that area. The purpose of this ordinance is to establish a Category D air space at Pago Pago International Airport, Pago Pago, American Samoa, 700 ft. above ground, to assist IFR operation at the same time.

NPRM suggested the establishment of a 700-foot above-ground European category air space at Pago Pago International Airport, Pago Pago, American Samoa. The air space names of category D are contained in section 6005 of FAA Regulation 7400. Category D names mentioned in this paper will be made public later in the Regulation.

11B, Nomenclature and Registry, of 3 August 2017 and valid from 15 September 2017. The 11B list includes Category A, B, C, G, C, G and G areas, services and hotlines. FAA amends Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Part 71 by creating a Category 71 European sky 700 ft above the Pago Pago International Airport, Pago Pago, AS.

These airspaces are necessary to enable the reorganisation of IFRS operation in the airports' terminal and take-off processes. The air space of category I is within a 7-mile range around Pago Pago International and within 4 km on both sides of the 071 camp, which extends from 7 to 10 mile.

6-mile north-east and within 4-mile of both sides of the 240 degrees mark, which extends from 7-mile to 10. south-west; and this air space extends from 1,200 ft above the ground within a 20-mile range of Pago Pago International Airport, with the exception of this air space which extends 12 inland.

FAA has found that this measure to create a Category D air space, which extends from 700 ft above the Pago Pago International Airport, Pago Pago, American Samoa (AS) surfaces to house new X-ray naval processes at the aerodrome, can be categorically excluded under the National Environmental Policy Act and its provisions for the implementation of 40 CFR part 1500 and in accordance with FAA Order 1050.

5a, which includes measures to define or amend categories of air space areas, highways, air corridors and hotlines (see 14 CFR Part 71, designation of A, B, C, G and E class areas; air traffic service areas and hotlines). 11B, Nomenclature and Registry of 3 August 2017, with effect from 15 September 2017, shall be modified as follows:

Article 6005 E Article 6005 Class 1 shall apply to areas of air space 700 ft above the Earth's or more. This air space extends from 700 ft above the ground within a 7 mile area of Pago Pago International Airport and within 4 mile on both sides of the 071 camp of Pago Pago International Airport, which extends from the 7 mile to 10 mile area.

It is located 6 mile north-east of the international airports, and within 4 mile on both sides of the airport's 240 camp, and extends from 7 mile to 10km. Located 4 mile south-west of Pago Pago Start Printed Page 26568 International Airfield; and this air space extends from 1,200 ft above the ground within a 20 mile range of Pago Pago International Airfield, with the exception of this air space which extends 12 nav.

Rhodger A. Dean Jr., Manager, Airspace Policy Group.

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