Joe McEnerney Chairman firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank ‘Chip’ Groner
Fuel Supplier to Continental Motors Flight Service Center
FAA Flight Standard District Office (FSDO)
General Aviation Secure (GA SECURE)
Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
Nina A. McBride
Aviation Safety Inspector, Operations
Alabama / NW Florida Flight Standards District Office
1500 Urban Center Drive, Suite 250
Vestavia Hills, AL 35242
Homeland Security Investigations
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
TSA Airport Watch Hot Line
Fairhope Fire Department
Fairhope Police Department
Baldwin County Sheriff
Alabama State Troopers
Alabama Department of Homeland Security
Reggie Chitwood, EMA Director 251-972-6807
Alabama Department of Public Safety
ADEM Mobile Field Office
Alabama Emergency Management Agency State Warning Point
Alabama Department of Transportation
Alabama Department of Forestry
Mr. Steve Opalenik
Community Planner and Liaison Officer
150 Hase Road, Room 175
Pensacola, FL 32508
NAVY WHITING FIELD
Navy Operational Liaison Officer
NAS Whiting Field
Southern Region Inquiry
COAST GUARD MOBILE
Commander Ian A. Bastek
Aviation Training Center Mobile
Private Aircraft Reporting Requirements On November 18, 2008, U.S. Customs and Border Protection published the
This rule requires private pilots or their designees to transmit electronically to CBP:
- Traveler manifest information for each individual traveling onboard the aircraft
- Notice of arrival information
- Notice of departure information
This data must be received by CBP no later than 60 minutes prior to departure for flights arriving in or departing from the United States.
To contact CBP Inspections in Mobile, call 251-378-7600, select Option 2.
To contact Immigration, call 251-378-7600, select Option 1.
To contact Agricultural Services, call 251-378-7600, select Option 3.
A public Web site, eAPIS, has been created by CBP for small commercial carriers to meet the requirements of the APIS final rule for commercial carriers. CBP has developed a component within eAPIS to assist private flyers with the requirements of the final rule for private aircraft. The eAPIS Web site provides private pilots with all capabilities necessary to comply with the rule.
Private pilots or their designees may enroll in eAPIS immediately. Once the rule becomes effective December 18, persos seeking accounts should expect responses within five business days after submission of the enrollment request.