June 13, 2008
An AOPA-backed bill (S.B.1118) that would strengthen California’s existing land-use laws will be considered by the Assembly Committee on Local Government on June 18. The bill would require all counties with at least one public-use airport to have an airport land-use commission. Earlier this week, AOPA contacted California members whose representatives are on the committee, urging them to ask their legislators to support the bill. The California senate unanimously passed the bill on May 1.
Question: Is there a visual aid to help me understand notams that change the configuration of an airport during construction?
It’s a familiar refrain, an effort by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to close a valuable airport. AOPA is again speaking up.
The FAA has proposed a reduced Class D airspace area at Alaska’s Bryant Army Airfield after concerns from the public, saying additional information is needed.