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FAA to fix errors in Camp Pendleton airspace proposalFAA to fix errors in Camp Pendleton airspace proposal

FAA to fix errors in Camp Pendleton airspace proposal

AOPA has asked the FAA to correct some errors that appeared in a proposal to make changes to Victor airway 363 near Camp Pendleton in Southern California. Specifically, the original proposal contained an error in the description of the proposed airway, which omitted a key fix in the route description. Also, AOPA asked the FAA to include magnetic headings in addition to true compass headings. It will most likely take a few weeks before a correction is issued. AOPA supports the proposal because the airway realignment would give pilots a path around a newly established Camp Pendleton restricted area (R-2503D). See AOPA Online.

April 29, 2005

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