In addition to standardizing the hot spot symbology and terminology, the FAA will also start releasing Arrival Alert Notices (AANs) for several airports on May 19, 2022. These airports have a history of misalignment risk and prompted AANs to be created for them.
The airports are
- Lincoln Airport; Lincoln, Nebraska (LNK)
- Flying Cloud Airport; Flying Cloud, Minnesota (FCM)
- Tucson International Airport; Tucson, Arizona (TUS)
- Reno-Tahoe International Airport; Reno, Nevada (RNO)
- Palm Springs International Airport; Palm Springs, California (PSP)
- Reid-Hillview Airport; Reid-Hillview, San Jose, California (RHV)
- Daniel K. Inouye International Airport; Honolulu, Hawaii (HNL)
- Idaho Falls Regional Airport; Idaho Falls, Idaho (IDA)
- McKinney National Airport; McKinney, Texas (TKI)
- Greater Rochester International Airport; Rochester, New York (ROC)
- DeKalb-Peachtree Airport; Chamblee, Georgia (PDK)
These airports will list that they have a AAN in the Chart Supplement information for that airport and the AAN figure can be found in the Special Notices Section of the Chart Supplement. Here's an example:
This is an attempt by the FAA to help with wrong surface landings at these specific airports. The FAA has a page going into more detail here, and an article posted here.