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Exeter TMZ

Temporary TMZ for Exeter

A temporary Transponder Mandatory Zone is being put in place around Exeter Airport during a planned suspension of its Primary Surveillance Radar.

The TMZ will be in operation from 16 September for up to 28 days, during which time the airport will be operating with Secondary Surveillance Radar only. The TMZ will be removed as soon as the work to the radar is completed.

Aircraft wishing to operate within a TMZ are required to carry and operate transponders with both Mode A and C.

Pilots without transponders may be granted access to the TMZ subject to specific ATC approval.  In this case pilots should contact Exeter ATC on 01392 369646 or Exeter Approach on 128.975 Mhz to discuss their intentions.

The relevant NOTAM is B1828/13, and a chart of the TMZ can be found at http://www.caa.co.uk/default.aspx?catid=7&pagetype=90&pageid=15074

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