a. The distribution of U.S. international NOTAMs to foreign International NOTAM Offices (NOFs) and the receipt and distribution of foreign International NOTAMs are accomplished by the U.S. International NOTAM Office (U.S. NOF), ATO-282, located in Herndon, Virginia.
b. NOFs exchange Class I NOTAMs with the other NOFs via the Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunications Network (AFTN). Class one NOTAMs are those NOTAMs distributed via telecommunications (NOTAMs distributed via Postal Services are class II NOTAMs). NOTAMs from foreign NOFs destined for the U.S. are received via AFTN at the FAA National Communications Center in Kansas City, Missouri, and are relayed to the U.S. NOF in Washington, DC. The U.S. NOF receives all incoming Class I International NOTAMs for processing and automatic distribution to U.S. aviation users.
c. The U.S. NOF reviews all Class I NOTAMs received to insure their completeness, for conversion into English plain-text language and for redistribution to aviation users in the conterminous U.S., Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Upon distribution to the aviation users, all Class I NOTAMs are simultaneously entered into a computerized International NOTAM file at the National Communications Center in Kansas City according to both NOTAM number and location. Computer storage of Class I International NOTAM information allows the NOTAMs to be made available for instant recall by all FSSs and AFTN subscribers through the request-reply feature of the Service B and AFTN telecommunications networks.
d. Only current Class I NOTAMs are available by request-reply on Service B and AFTN. Queries for NOTAMs from the NOTAM file at the National Communications Center in Kansas City may be for a list of all NOTAMs for a location or for a single NOTAM number. (Airspace NOTAMs are filed under the issuing NOF.)
e. The U.S. NOF does not exchange Class I International NOTAMs with all foreign International NOFs. A complete tabulation of International NOTAM exchange among International NOFs and the areas of responsibility for each NOF is contained in ICAO Document 7383-AIS/503, Aeronautical Information Services Provided by States (see Charts and Publications for Flights Outside the U.S. in this manual for subscription information).
f. The following tabulation is a listing of NOFs that currently exchange NOTAMs with the U.S. NOF:
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | R | S | T | U | V | Y | Z
g. This is the current list of countries with whom the United States does not share NOTAM information.
Country City Country City Afghanistan Kabul Macau Macau Algeria Alger Macedonia Skopje Angola Luanda Madagascar Antananarivo Argentina Buenos Aires Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Australia Brisbane Maldives Male Austria Vienna Malta Luqa Bahamas Nassau Mauritius Plaisance Bahrain Bahrain Mexico Mexico City Bangladesh Dhaka Morocco Casablanca Belgium Brussels Mozambique Maputo Bermuda Bermuda Myanmar Yangon Bolivia La Paz Namibia Windhoek Botswana Gaborone Nauru Island Nauru Brazil Rio de Janeiro Netherlands Antilles Curacao Bulgaria Sofia Netherlands Amsterdam Cambodia Phnom Penh New Zealand Christ Church Canada Ottawa Nigeria Lagos Cape Verde Sal North Korea Pyongyang Chile Santiago Norway Oslo China (Mainland) Beijing Oman Muscat China (Taiwan) Taipei Pakistan Karachi Colombia Bogota Panama Tocumen Congo, Republic of the Brazzaville Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Congo, Democratic Republic of Kinshasa Paraguay Asuncion Croatia Zagreb Peru Lima Cuba Havana Philippines Manila Cyprus Nicosia Poland Warsaw Czech Republic Praha Portugal Lisbon Denmark Copenhagen Romania Bucuresti Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Russia Moscow Ecuador Quayaquil Rwanda Kigali Egypt Cairo Samoa Faleolo England London Saudi Arabia Jeddah Eritrea Asmara Senegal Dakar Estonia Tallinin Seychelles Mahe Ethiopia Addis Ababa Singapore Singapore Fiji Nadi Slovakia Bratislava Finland Helsinki Slovenia Slovenia France Paris Solomon Islands Honiara French Guiana Cayenne Somalia Mogadishu French Polynesia Tahiti South Africa Johannesburg Germany Frankfurt South Korea Seoul Ghana Accra Spain Madrid Greece Athens Sri Lanka Colombo Greenland Sondre Stromfjord Sudan Khartoum Guyana Georgetown Suriname Paramaribo Haiti Port-au-Prince Sweden Zurich Honduras Tequcigalpa Switzerland Stockholm Hong Kong Hong Kong Syria Damascus Hungary Budapest Tanzania Dar Es-Salaam Iceland Reykjavik Thailand Bangkok India Bombay Trinidad/Tobago Port-of-Spain India Calcutta Tunisia Tunis India Madras Turkey Ankara India New Delhi Turks/Caicos Islands Grand Turk Indonesia Jakarta Uganda Entebbe Ireland Shannon United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Israel Tel Aviv Uruguay Montevideo Italy Rome Venezuela Caracas Jamaica Kingston Vietnam Ho-Chi-Minh Japan Tokyo Yemen Aden Jordan Amman Yugoslavia Beograd Kenya Nairobi Zambia Lusaka Kuwait Kuwait Zimbabwe Harare Latvia Riga Lebanon Beirut Lesotho Maseru Liberia Roberts Libya Tripoli Lithuania Vilnius
h. The following are countries with whom the United States does exchange NOTAM data but whose NOTAMs are issued by another NOTAM office.
Brutan East Timor Iraq Malawi Nepal Burundi Iran Laos Mongolia Swaziland
Bahrain issues NOTAMs for Qatar Belgium issues NOTAMs for Luxembourg Congo issues NOTAMs for Central African Republic
Sao Tome and Principe
Croatia issues NOTAMs for Bosnia Ethopia issues NOTAMs for Djibouti Fiji issues NOTAMs for Tongo
Iles Walles Et Futuna
Kritimati (Christmas Island)
France issues NOTAMs for Monaco Ghana issues NOTAMs for Benin
Honduras issues NOTAMs for Guatemala
Italy issues NOTAMs for Albania Jamaica issues NOTAMs for Cayman Islands Liberia issues NOTAMs for Seirra Leone
Madagascar issues NOTAMs for Comores
Malaysia issues NOTAMs for Brunei Darussalam New Zealand issues NOTAMs for Cook Island Russsia issues NOTAMs for Armenia
Senegal issues NOTAMs for Mali
Spain issues NOTAMs for Gibraltar
Trinidad issues NOTAMs for Anguilla Island
Antigua and Barbuda
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Turkey issues NOTAMs for Turkish Federated State of Cyprus