ground stop

ground stop

Normally, the last initiative to be utilized; this method mandates that the terminal facility will not allow any departures to enter the ARTCC (air route traffic control center) airspace until further notified.
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The Atlanta Airport said in a tweet that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) "has set a ground stop for flights into ATL due to the outage," which means that flights coming into the airport are held at departure airports.
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They also put in a ground stop for flights around the country that were supposed to travel to Ft.
The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) requested a ground stop for all traffic in and out of Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW), Chicago OaHare (ORD) and Miami (MIA) due to technical problems with their computer system.
Aerial monitoring will help the security personnel on the ground stop illegal Hajis.
The ground stop was not as significant for the airlines' partner carriers.
The Federal Aviation Administration briefly issued a ground stop on Saturday to keep flights from taking off for Philadelphia International Airport because of reduced visibility and high winds, airport spokeswoman Mary Flannery said.
Lastly, when pilots say "there's a ground stop on all flights headed south from here," they mean that departures to one or more destination are curtailed by air traffic control, usually due to a traffic backlog.
The so-called ground stop was in effect until around 4 p.
JetBlue Airways put its fleet on a one-hour ground stop Friday afternoon due to a computer glitch at its operations center.
I selected ground stop on the engine and looked at my copilot, who was confused as to why I suddenly was in a rush.
He quickly cycled the wing-spread lever from folded to spread and back to folded while taking the condition lever to ground stop.