3. If airport of departure is within the Alaskan ADIZ and there is no facility for filing a
flight plan, then:
Immediately after takeoff or when within range of an appropriate
aeronautical facility, comply with provisions of flight plan for IFR or VFR as
Proceed according to the instructions issued by the appropriate
The pilot shall designate a flight plan for VFR flight as a Defense Visual Flight Rules
(DVFR) flight plan.
The pilot in command of an aircraft for which a flight plan has been filed must file an
arrival or completion notice with an appropriate aeronautical facility.
A person who operates a civil aircraft into an ADIZ must have a functioning two-way
radio, and the pilot must maintain a continuous listening watch on the appropriate
No person may operate an aircraft into, or whose departure point is within an ADIZ
The person files a DVFR flight plan containing the time and point of ADIZ
The aircraft departs within five minutes of the estimated departure time contained
in the flight plan
If the pilot operating an aircraft under DVFR in an ADIZ cannot maintain two-way radio
communications, the pilot may proceed in accordance with original DVFR flight plan or
land as soon as practicable. The pilot must report the radio failure to an appropriate
aeronautical facility as soon as possible.
If a pilot operating an aircraft under IFR in an ADIZ it cannot maintain two-way radio
Deviation from flight plans and ATC clearances and instructions No pilot may deviate
from the provisions of an ATC clearance or ATC instruction except in accordance with
CFR 91.123. No pilot may deviate from the filed IFR flight plan when operating an
aircraft in uncontrolled airspace unless that pilot notifies an appropriate aeronautical
facility before deviating. No pilot may deviate from the filed DVFR flight plan unless that
pilot notifies an appropriate aeronautical facility before deviating.
No pilot may operate an aircraft penetrating an ADIZ under DVFR unless:
1. That pilot reports to an appropriate aeronautical facility before penetration (The
time, position, and altitude that the aircraft passed the last reporting point before