Apply the procedures in this section to aircraft operating in proximity to special use, ATC-assigned airspace (ATCAA), and stationary ALTRVs unless the airspace is designated an alert area/controlled firing area or one of the following conditions exist:
NOTE: These procedures are not applicable to Alert Areas or Controlled Firing Areas.
- The pilot informs you that permission has been obtained from the using agency to operate in the airspace.
- The using agency informs you they have given permission for the aircraft to operate in the airspace.
NOTE: Using agency permission may be relayed to the pilot.
- The restricted/warning area, MOA, ATCAA, or stationary ALTRV has been released to the controlling agency.
- The aircraft is on an approved ALTRV, unless the airspace area in question is an ATCAA.
NOTE: Mission project officers are responsible for obtaining approval for ALTRV operations within prohibited/ restricted/warning areas, MOAs, and stationary ALTRVs.
- Operations in special use airspace and stationary ALTRVs located in offshore/oceanic airspace will be conducted in accordance with the procedures in Chapter 8, Offshore/Oceanic Procedures.