Arrival Alert Notices?
Answered By AOPA

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

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AOPA Staff Answer

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