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Title 14Chapter ISubchapter FPart 93Subpart U → §93.301


Title 14: Aeronautics and Space
PART 93—SPECIAL AIR TRAFFIC RULES
Subpart U—Special Flight Rules in the Vicinity of Grand Canyon National Park, AZ


§93.301   Applicability.

This subpart prescribes special operating rules for all persons operating aircraft in the following airspace, designated as the Grand Canyon National Park Special Flight Rules Area: That airspace extending from the surface up to but not including 18,000 feet MSL within an area bounded by a line beginning at Lat. 35°5512 N., Long. 112°0405 W.; east to Lat. 35°5530 N., Long. 111°4500 W.; to Lat. 35°5902 N., Long. 111°3603 W.; north to Lat. 36°1530 N., Long. 111°3606 W.; to Lat. 36°2449 N., Long. 111°4745 W.; to Lat. 36°5223 N., Long. 111°3310 W.; west-northwest to Lat. 36°5337 N., Long. 111°3829 W.; southwest to Lat. 36°3502 N., Long. 111°5328 W.; to Lat. 36°2130 N., Long. 112°0003 W.; west-northwest to Lat. 36°3030 N., Long. 112°3559 W.; southwest to Lat. 36°2446 N., Long. 112°5110 W., thence west along the boundary of Grand Canyon National Park (GCNP) to Lat. 36°1408 N., Long. 113°1007 W.; west-southwest to Lat. 36°0930 N., Long. 114°0303 W.; southeast to Lat. 36°0511 N., Long. 113°5846 W.; thence south along the boundary of GCNP to Lat. 35°5823 N., Long. 113°5414 W.; north to Lat. 36°0010 N., Long. 113°5348 W.; northeast to Lat. 36°0214 N., Long. 113°5016 W.; to Lat. 36°0217 N., Long. 113°5348 W.; northeast to Lat. 36°0214 N., Long. 113°5016 W.; to Lat. 36°0217 N., Long. 113°4911 W.; southeast to Lat. 36°0122 N., Long. 113°4821 W.; to Lat. 35°5915 N., Long. 113°4713 W.; to Lat. 35°5751 N., Long. 113°4601 W.; to Lat. 35°5745 N., Long. 113°4523 W.; southwest to Lat. 35°5448 N., Long. 113°5024 W.; southeast to Lat. 35°4101 N., Long. 113°3527 W.; thence clockwise via the 4.2-nautical mile radius of the Peach Springs VORTAC to Lat. 36°3853 N., Long. 113°2749 W.; northeast to Lat. 35°4258 N., Long. 113°1057 W.; north to Lat. 35°5751 N., Long. 113°1106 W.; east to Lat. 35°5744 N., Long. 112°1404 W.; thence clockwise via the 4.3-nautical mile radius of the Grand Canyon National Park Airport reference point (Lat. 35°5708 N., Long. 112°0849 W.) to the point of origin.

[Doc. No. 5926, 65 FR 17742, Apr. 4, 2000]



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