SUBAREAS WITHIN R-5306A

R-5306A With All of the Subareas

For graphic depictions of these subareas, click on a title or refer to the Special Use Airspace Brief available from the main page.

SUBAREA 1

That portion of R-5306A from 1,000 feet to 3,100 feet MSL within 15NM of Cherry Point TACAN. This area is used for radar approaches to runway 23R at Cherry Point and instrument approaches to Michael J. Smith Airport.

SUBAREA 3A

That portion of R-5306A below 750 feet MSL located southeast of the center of the Neuse River on the Cherry Point TACAN 069 radial, not including the area within 5NM of BT-11. This area is used periodically by North Carolina Wildlife, North Carolina Division of Fisheries and Oceanographic Agency, crop dusters and Weyerhauser. This area will be assigned on a first come, first served basis between military and civil users.

SUBAREA 3B

That portion of R-5306A below 750 feet MSL located northwest of the center of the Neuse River on the Cherry Point TACAN 069 radial, not including the area within 5NM of BT-9 or BT-11. This area is used periodically by North Carolina Wildlife, North Carolina Division of Fisheries and Oceanographic Agency, crop dusters and Weyerhauser. This area will be assigned on a first come, first served basis between military and civil users.

OPEN GROUNDS FARM

Located in the southern portion of Subarea 3A, where crop dusting is conducted below 300 feet. Military aircraft authorized to operate in Subarea 3A below 750 feet MSL shall avoid this area (below 500 feet) when advised that crop dusting is in progress.

LOW LANDS

That area over land within Subarea 3B, where crops dusting is conducted below 300 feet. Military aircraft authorized to operate in Subarea 3B below 750 feet MSL shall avoid this area (below 500 feet) when advised it is in use.

JACKSON CORRIDOR

That area within Subarea 3A, below 750 feet MSL from the center of the Jackson airport on a heading of 160 degrees magnetic terminating at the boundary of R-5306A, one mile wide. Military aircraft shall avoid this area when advised it is in use.

BAYBORO CORRIDOR

That area within R-5306A below 750 feet AGL within a 2 nautical mile radius of the center of the Bayboro airport with a 3 nautical mile extension to the west, the northern and southern boundary of which is 1.5 nautical miles from and parallel to State Highway 55 terminating at the boundary of R-5306A. Military aircraft shall avoid this area at all times.

LOCALIZER AREA

That portion of R-5306A south of the Cherry Point TACAN 100 radial, 3000 feet and below. This area is used for the localizer runway 26 approach at the Michael J. Smith airport. Military aircraft shall avoid this area when advised it is in use.

NOISE SENSITIVE AREAS

Several areas within R-5306A are designated as noise sensitive areas. These are mainly populated areas but include the Cedar Island Ferry. All aircraft should avoid these areas.

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