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The Potomac Airfield (KVKX) TIKEE THREE (RNAV) Arrival Procedure indicates that it serves 14 nearby airports, and the IAP can be used by any aircraft landing at seven of those airports.
David Wartofsky, owner of Potomac Airfield has provided the "playstation in the sky" backdrop for this spectacular event during the past ten years.
All together, more than 6800 students, 150 volunteers, and more than 50 active service members from all branches were on hand at Potomac Airfield in Fort Washington, MD, site of the day's activities.
Every year, the venue at Potomac Airfield becomes more awe inspiring and life changing with the Garrett Morgan volunteers on board.
Once the code is obtained, pilots may more or less routinely operate to the so-called "DC-3" airports: College Park Airport (CGS), Potomac Airfield (VKX) and Washington Executive/Hyde Field (W32).
The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has suspended the security programme of Potomac Airfield.
In February 2005 the TSA assumed management of a programme to allow Potomac Airfield, College Park Airport and Washington Executive/Hyde Field to continue operations under a rule which was created specifically for the Maryland Three airports due to their location within the Washington DC Flight Restricted Zone.
The agency will continue to work with the Potomac Airfield staff on the issues surrounding the suspension.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will sponsor several events including a visit to Potomac Airfield, Maryland, where students will serve as roving reporters, with articles appearing in the FAA "Intercom" online newsletter.
David Wartofsky, the owner of Potomac Airfield, near Washington, D.C., is petitioning the FAA to do away with the requirement for third-class medicals.
The aviation centerpiece event for NTW took place on May 17 at the Potomac Airfield, Maryland.