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CIALIS WESTERN OPEN PGA TOURNAMENT AND
CHICAGOLAND SPEEDWAY NASCAR RACES
CHICAGOLAND 300 BUSCH SERIES
CHICAGOLAND 400 NEXTEL CUP SERIES
JULY 3 THROUGH JULY 9, 2006

In anticipation of a significant number of aircraft traveling to the Chicago, Illinois, area during the Cialis
Western Open PGA Tournament and the Chicagoland Speedway NASCAR races, a temporary air traffic
control tower and special air traffic procedures will be incorporated at the Lewis University Airport (LOT)
at Romeoville, Illinois. The operation of the temporary tower will begin Wednesday, July 5th and continue
through Sunday, July 9th. In the event that a NASCAR race is postponed until Monday, July 10th, the
tower will be open and these procedures shall also apply on that day.

There will not be a slot or reservation program into the Chicago area airports for these events.

IFR ARRIVAL PROCEDURES TO LOT or JOLIET (JOT)

Aircraft filing for the destination airports of LOT or JOT should file for and expect the following routings:
From north of Chicago – desired routing to Badger VOR (BAE), direct Rockford VOR (RFD), direct Joliet
VOR (JOT) direct destination.
From northwest of Chicago – desired routing to Rockford VOR (RFD), direct Joliet VOR (JOT) direct
destination.
From all other areas west of Chicago – desired routing to Bradford VOR (BDF), direct Pontiac VOR
(PNT), direct Joliet VOR (JOT) direct destination.
From Michigan, Northern Indiana, eastern Ontario (east of Lake Huron) – desired routing to Knox VOR
(OXI), V233 direct Roberts VOR (RBS), direct Pontiac VOR (PNT), direct Joliet VOR (JOT) direct
destination.
From all other areas east and south of Chicago – desired route to Louisville VOR (IIU), direct Champaign
VOR (CMI), direct Pontiac VOR (PNT), direct Joliet VOR (JOT) direct destination. Jets can expect to
cross CMI at FL260 or below; props can expect to cross CMI at FL200 or below.
All other Chicago area airports, file over normal Chicago STAR arrival routes.
IFR DEPARTURES

Please file your IFR flight plan two hours before you wish to depart. Your proposed departure
time should be the time you expect to depart, not two hours prior.
Due to the expected high volume
of filings and the necessity to ensure the preferential routes are incorporated into your flight plan, extra
time will be required to process your flight plan. Do not file multiple flight plans. Departure flight plans will
be valid from ½ hour before to 2 hours after your proposed departure time. To update your proposed
departure time call Chicago TRACON at (847) 289-0926 or on Saturday and Sunday you may visit the
ATC clearance delivery desk located in the terminal at the LOT Airport.
VFR departure for airborne pick up of IFR clearance will not be accepted within 100 miles of the Joliet
(JOT) VOR. Attempts to air file an IFR flight plan with Chicago or Indianapolis Center will be referred to
the appropriate AFSS.
Traffic departing from all Chicago metropolitan airports should file and expect initial routings over
those navaids or fixes depicted in the O’Hare-1 departure procedure (ORD1-ORD).
NOTE –
eastbound aircraft filed over GIJ, UNBAR, MUSKY or ELX will be taken over Lake Michigan. If you do not
want to fly over water, file over EON, direct OXI and make a notation of “NO OVER WATER” in the
remarks of the flight plan.
The following are preferred routes for JET AIRCRAFT from the Chicago area airports to the
Raleigh/Durham or Charlotte areas:
EON.DNV.VHP.FLM.GZG.MULBE.BZM.OWALT direct EXX or MTV
INT or GSO
SVH or HKY
VJI or TRI
EON.DNV.TTH.IIU.SOT.SUG.V185.UNMAN direct All others
The following are preferred routes for PROPELLER (including turbo-prop) AIRCRAFT from the Chicago area airports to the Raleigh/Durham or Charlotte areas: EON.V24.POTES.OOM.ABB.HYK.AZQ.HMV.SHINE5 direct EON.V24.POTES.OOM.ABB.HYK.DORFF.BZM.OWALT direct EON.V24.POTES.OOM.ABB.HYK.V178.BLF.V45.PSK.SBV4 direct EXX or MTV
EON.V24.POTES.OOM.ABB.HYK.V178.BLF.V45.FREON direct INT or GSO
EON.V24.POTES.OOM.ABB.HYK.V178.BLF.V45.PSK.SMOKN3 direct SVH or HKY
VJI or TRI
EON.DNV.TTH.IIU.SOT.SUG.V185.UNMAN direct All others
The following is the preferred route for JET and PROPELLER (including turbo-prop) aircraft from the Chicago area airports to the Indianapolis area: OBTAINING YOUR IFR CLEARANCE

IFR DEPARTURES from Chicago area uncontrolled airports: Although you may contact IKK AFSS for
clearance, it is recommended that you contact CHICAGO TRACON directly at (847) 289-0926 or
(847) 289-1326. Expect a five (5) minute window for your IFR departure release. Peak departure times
are expected Saturday and Sunday evenings. Departures from IKK Airport should contact IKK AFSS on
the airport via 122.2 or on RCO frequencies published in the East Central U.S. Airport/Facility Directory.
VFR ARRIVALS/DEPARTURES
Due to the anticipated increased volume of traffic, en route aircraft desiring to transverse the Chicago Metropolitan area should plan routes outside of the Chicago Class B and Midway Class C airspace. The appropriate frequencies for advisories are published on the Chicago VFR Terminal Area Chart. Advisories will be provided by Chicago TRACON or Midway Approach on a workload permitting basis WITHIN THE CHICAGO METROPOLITAN AREA ONLY. Chicago Center will NOT provide VFR advisories or flight following within 100 miles of the Joliet area. VFR aircraft are to cancel/activate VFR flight plans with Kankakee (IKK) AFSS. A variety of VOR and RCO frequencies are available according to location. Check the East Central U.S. Airport/Facility Directory, Chicago Sectional or Chicago Terminal Area Chart for the appropriate frequencies. The IKK AFSS serves the Illinois portion of the Chicago metropolitan area and can be contacted from all Chicago/suburban area codes at 1-800-WX-BRIEF. LEWIS UNIVERSITY AIRPORT TEMPORARY CONTROL TOWER
AND CLASS D AIRSPACE
Check current NOTAM’s for updated information on Lewis Temporary Tower. The Federal Aviation Administration will operate a temporary control tower at Romeoville Lewis University (LOT)
Airport. A Class D airspace will be in effect during times that the control tower is open. The control tower will be
open during the following dates and times:
DATE
ALTERNATE RACE DAY
CLASS D AIRSPACE
ROMEOVILLE/LEWIS UNIVERSITY AIRPORT - 41°36’26.1” N / 88°05’46.4” W The Lewis Class D airspace is defined as that airspace extending upward from the surface to 3,200 feet MSL within a 4.0 nautical mile radius of the Romeoville/Lewis University Airport. This Class D airspace area is effective during the specific dates and times that the temporary control tower is open as listed within this NOTAM. Two-way radio will be required. All aircraft monitor ATIS. IFR aircraft please obtain ATIS information prior to communications transfer to Chicago Approach south of JOT VOR or EON VOR. VFR aircraft are to contact Lewis Tower prior to entry into the class D airspace, IFR aircraft as directed by Chicago Approach. Refer to the graphic within this NOTAM for VFR recommended reporting points. Follow ATC instructions for entry into the pattern and sequencing; normal pattern altitudes apply. Expect helicopter operations departing southeast from the airport, arriving southwest to the airport; the helicopter landing area is in the grass north of the terminal hanger and south of taxiway ‘B’ (helicopter operators refer to helicopter procedures within this NOTAM). All pilots parking at Lewis Airport should obtain an information sheet from ground handlers or other airport personnel. This information sheet will explain how to obtain fuel, how to get to your aircraft upon your return, and VFR/IFR departure procedures. Special departure procedures will be in effect upon completion of the NASCAR races Saturday and Sunday.
Specific times cannot be predetermined and a large number of departures are expected. ATIS will identify
when the special departure procedures are in effect.
The following page defines the special departure
procedures.
LEWIS AIRPORT TEMPORARY TOWER SPECIAL DEPARTURE PROCEDURES
AFTERNOON OF SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY
Check current NOTAM’s for updated information on Lewis Temporary Tower. VFR DEPARTURES – TAXI AND TOWER PROCEDURES

When preparing to taxi, monitor ATIS for updated information. Refer to the information sheet obtained from the
ground crew when you landed or the LEWIS AIRPORT OUTBOUND TAXI INSTRUCTIONS graphic within this
NOTAM. MONITOR ground control as you taxi to the appropriate stop sign prior to taxiway G, B or A according
to where you were parked. Stop at the stop sign and continue to MONITOR ground control. Ground control will
initiate contact with aircraft according to where they are stopped – example - “First aircraft on taxiway Delta, state call
sign and intentions”. Advise ground control of: 1-call sign; 2-atis code; 3-type aircraft; 4-that you are VFR, and;
5-direction of flight.
Follow ground control instructions for sequencing with other taxiing aircraft. Continue to monitor ground until
advised to MONITOR tower frequency.
Tower will initiate contact. Acknowledge and follow Tower instructions for
take-off clearance and departing the pattern. Monitor Tower frequency for further traffic instructions until you have
departed the Lewis Class D airspace. Please report when clear of the class D airspace and leaving the tower
frequency.
VFR aircraft desiring flight following may initiate contact on the appropriate advisory frequency upon leaving the
Lewis Class D airspace. Advisories will be provided by Chicago TRACON or Midway Approach on a workload
permitting basis WITHIN THE CHICAGO METROPOLITAN AREA ONLY. Chicago Center will NOT provide VFR
advisories or flight following within 100 miles of the Joliet area. Plan on routes that remain clear of Chicago Class B
and Midway Class C airspace. DO NOT plan on receiving Class B clearance. Establishment of radio contact and/or
issuance of a transponder code for advisories is NOT a clearance to enter Class B airspace. Contact with Chicago
Approach Control is NOT the appropriate facility for entry into the Midway Class C airspace. Refer to the Chicago
VFR Terminal Area Chart for advisory frequencies. VFR flight plans may be opened through Kankakee AFSS on
JOT RCO frequency 122.5 or through various VOR frequencies. Refer to the Chicago Sectional or Chicago VFR
Terminal Area Chart for VOR frequencies to IKK AFSS.
VFR DEPARTURE FOR AIRBORNE PICK UP OF AN IFR CLEARANCE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED WITHIN 100
MILES OF THE JOLIET (JOT) VOR.

IFR DEPARTURES – TAXI AND TOWER PROCEDURES

ALL IFR DEPARTURES MUST OBTAIN THEIR IFR CLEARANCE AT THE CLEARANCE DELIVERY DESK
LOCATED WITHIN THE TERMINAL BUILDING.
This area is for receiving filed clearances or to amend your IFR
flight plan. There are separate facilities within the terminal for filing your flight plan.
When preparing to taxi, monitor ATIS for updated information. Refer to the information sheet obtained from the
ground crew when you landed or the LEWIS AIRPORT OUTBOUND TAXI INSTRUCTIONS graphic within this
NOTAM. MONITOR ground control as you taxi to the appropriate stop sign prior to taxiway G, B or A according
to where you were parked. Stop at the stop sign and continue to MONITOR ground control. Ground control will
initiate contact with aircraft according to where they are stopped – example - “First aircraft on taxiway Delta, state call
sign and intentions”. Advise ground control of: 1-call sign; 2-atis code; 3-that you are IFR to (destination), and;
4-beacon code assignment.
Stating the beacon code is a crosscheck to ensure you have the correct flight plan clearance. An incorrect beacon
code will result in your being directed into an inbound taxiway where you will have to shut down, return to the
clearance desk and obtain the correct flight plan clearance.
Follow ground control instructions for sequencing with other taxiing aircraft. Continue to monitor ground until
advised to MONITOR tower frequency.
Tower will initiate contact. Acknowledge and follow Tower instructions for
take-off clearance and departure heading. Tower will advise when to change to Chicago Departure control (the
appropriate departure frequency will be issued at the clearance delivery desk as part of your flight plan clearance).
Lewis Airport Class D Airspace and VFR Reporting Points
Lewis Airport Class D airspace is a 4.0 NM radius from the LOT Airport, up to and including 3,200’ MSL. Class D airspace is in effect when Lewis Tower is open. Expect numerous arrivals Saturday morning and Sunday morning. Expect numerous departures Saturday late afternoon and Sunday late afternoon/evening. Expect helicopters operating 200’ south of the runway. Lewis ATIS frequency - Lewis Ground frequency - 121.87 Lewis AWOS frequency - 118.52 Kankakee AFSS RCO - 122.50 Obtain IFR clearances through IKK AFSS when LOT ATCT is closed.

Source: http://www.flylot.com/pdf/Lewis_Tower_NOTAM_July2006.pdf

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