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The FAA has notified users that Order 8260.3B Change 26, United States Standard for Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS), signed by AFS-1 on February 24, 2014, is now available for reference. The purpose of this change is to incorporate existing standards from various policy documents and revises/deletes obsolete area navigation (RNAV) standards. This change cancels four TERPS Instruction Letters (TILs), eleven Policy Memorandums, and two FAA Orders. You can see which items were canceled in paragraph 4 titled “What this change cancels.” This change can be viewed electronically at:

FAA’s Orders and Notices Public Website

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NASAO is one of the most senior aviation organizations in the United States, predating even the Federal Aviation Administration’s predecessor, the Civil Aeronautics Authority. The states first established NASAO to ensure uniformity of safety measures, to standardize airport regulations and develop a truly national air transportation system responsive to local, state, and regional needs. More
NASAO holds two formal conferences each year – our Annual Convention and Trade Show, typically held in September and a Washington Legislative Conference held in the nation’s Capital during the February/March timeframe. NASAO also has a presence at EAA’s AirVenture, held each year in Oshkosh, Wisconsin in late July. Whether you are looking to attend an interesting, informative and relevant conference or would like to exhibit or sponsor an event, let us know. More
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