flight-plan area

The geographical area assigned by regional air traffic control division to a flight service station for the purpose of search and rescue for VFR (visual flight rules) aircraft, issuance of NOTAMs (notices to airmen), international operation, pilot briefing, in-flight services, broadcast, emergency services, flight data processing, and aviation weather services. See also flight service station.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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