What is a TFR?

What does they mean?

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It’s a ‘temporary flight restriction’ (TFR). It’s been around for a few updates but is now fully functional. Click on it for all the information! (NOTAM)

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What is that I never See that too

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Exactly why is there a TFR there?

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Because there is a FNF going on in the region currently (:

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Nope just the big boss men

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Does it cover the whole Seattle region?

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No, it’s SFC - 3000 (in this instance) in the ring around the airport. If you click it shows all the information!

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I am so confused why it is just SFC.

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This is so cool. More realistic!

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What does it mean?

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What does what mean?🌚

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As @Rexton said, we want to know that is SFC, and why SFC

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SFC = Surface ( the ground ) So the TFR referenced there is from the SFC to 3000FT… While in place you cannot enter the area outlined at or below 3000Ft.

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Easiest time to see this is to know where the president will be while he travels.

If you are in general aviation and you bust it, be ready to be intercepted by f16s and be met by the friendly fbi once you are on the ground.

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That’s cool!

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