Notice to pilots and interested personnel in the vicinity of Canon City, Colorado
Effective December 30, 1999
The Airburst MOA formally the Fremont MOA is effective December 30, 1999. In conjunction with the new Airburst MOA is the publication of various charts. Effective on December 30, 1999, the IFR enroute low-/high-altitude charts and the Denver, Wichita, and Cheyenne Sectional Aeronautical charts will be changed and published accordingly. Items to note are:
- The previous Fremont MOA is renamed, and the airspace is known as Airburst A, B, and C MOAs.
- Change to a military training route (MTR). The last leg of IR409 is changed to VR410/411. VR410 is a northbound route. VR411 is a southbound route. VR410/411 extends from the LA VETA LOW MOA to the R-2601 A/B Restricted Area. All operations on VR410/411 will be at or above 1,000 feet agl south of Highway 50.
- Airburst Range Control is available for information via phone at 719/547-3988, or VHF radio 126.2 or 134.1
- From the west: Denver Center is available on 132.5 or 379.15 for MOA status.
- From the east: Pueblo Approach Control is available on 120.1 or 290.5 for MTR/MOA status.