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May 10, 2005
When you write the FAA to oppose the ADIZ, here are a few things you should say, in your own words:
Send your message to the FAA, your representatives in Congress, and a copy to AOPA.
The FAA is accepting comments until November 2. Comments may be filed online by going to the Department of Transportation's Docket Management System, clicking "Simple Search," and entering "17005" as the docket number. Then simply click on the "Comment/Submissions" button to enter formal comments.
Alternatively, written comments may be mailed to: Docket Management Facility, U.S. Department of Transportation, 400 Seventh St. SW, Washington, DC, 20590, or faxed to 202/493-2251. Be sure to include the official Docket Number: FAA-2004-17005.
Find the addresses for your U.S. representative and senators.
Please send AOPA a copy of your comments: AOPA, 421 Aviation Way, Frederick, MD 21701, or email@example.com.
October 5, 2005
Department of Transportation,
FAA Procedures and Services,
Class B Airspace,
FAA Systems and Airspace,
Pilot Safety and Skills,
The Civil Aviation Medical Association is objecting to the FAA's proposed sleep apnea policy, warning that the evidence doesn't justify the approach.
AOPA is urging Santa Rosa County officials who operate Peter Prince Field in Milton, Fla., to revise proposed rules to eliminate potential conflicts.
The House has passed a bill requiring the TSA to consult stakeholders, including general aviation representatives, before making major changes to security policy.
AOPA thanks our members for their continued support in protecting the freedom to fly.