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AOPA tells FAA increasing vertical limits of CVG Class B not justifiedAOPA tells FAA increasing vertical limits of CVG Class B not justified

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In comments on the FAA's proposed changes to the Cincinnati (CVG) Class B airspace, AOPA opposed an increase of the vertical boundary that would create a barrier to fly-over VFR traffic. "While we strongly support the airspace return over Clermont County Airport, the proposal to raise the ceiling of the Class B airspace from 8,000 to 10,000 feet msl is unjustified," said AOPA. AOPA told the FAA that its survey of VFR flight tracks did not support a need to raise the upper limit of the CVG Class B airspace. AOPA supported proposed lateral airspace boundary changes.

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