August 27, 2009
AOPA ePublishing Staff
The Air Force is proposing to lower the floor of the Vance 1A, 1C, and 1D Military Operations Areas (MOAs) near Enid, Okla., from 10,000 feet msl to 8,000 feet msl, and AOPA wants to know how such a move would impact your flying.
After reading the proposal, send AOPA an e-mail by Sept. 14. We’ll use your response to develop our comments on the proposal. AOPA also strongly encourags you to send your comments to the FAA by Sept. 20. Comments can be sent to:
Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Manager, Operations Support Group, ATO Central Service Center, Airspace Study 09-ASW-23-NR, Fort Worth, TX 76137.
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