No-fly zone remains over troubled nuclear plant near Omaha — “In effect for flood relief efforts”
FAA NOTAM text:
FDC 1/6523 ZMP FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS FORT CALHOUN NUCLEAR POWER PLANT BLAIR,NE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTION 91.137(A)(3) TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS ARE IN EFFECT FOR FLOOD RELIEF EFFORTS WITHIN A 2 NAUTICAL MILE RADIUS OF 413113N/0960438W OR THE OMAHA /OVR/ VORTAC 316 DEGREE RADIAL AT 26.1 NAUTICAL MILES AT AND BELOW 3500 FEET MSL. NEBRASKA STATE PATROL, LT. FRANK PECK TELEPHONE 402-450-1867 IS IN CHARGE OF THE OPERATION. MINNEAPOLIS /ZMP/ ARTCC TELEPHONE 651-463-5580 IS THE FAA COORDINATION FACILITY.
- NRC takes “unusual step” of sending top regional regulator and more inspectors to troubled Omaha nuke plant (PHOTO) June 17, 2011
- Problems continue to emerge at troubled Ft. Calhoun: Now worse than worst grade a reactor can have and still operate — Plus cause of fire that knocked out spent fuel pool cooling this summer remains unknown January 9, 2012
- Town next to NJ nuclear plant submerged in flood waters — Mayor: It took a tremendous hit (AERIAL PHOTO) October 31, 2012
- ‘Notification of Unusual Event’ declared at nuclear plant near Omaha — “They don’t expect any radioactive material to be released” June 7, 2011
- Omaha World-Herald: “Lots of questions today about the safety of the Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant. Check out this photo!” June 17, 2011