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AOPA files comments opposing Bulldog MOA expansionAOPA files comments opposing Bulldog MOA expansion

AOPA files comments opposing Bulldog MOA expansion

AOPA is asking the U.S. Air Force to work with the FAA to allow pilots to use a low-altitude IFR route, even when the surrounding military operations areas (MOAs) are active. In comments filed with the FAA on Jan. 25, AOPA urged the military and FAA to work together to create a letter of agreement allowing general aviation pilots to use Victor 70 even when the proposed Bulldog C and Bulldog E MOAs, located between Macon, Ga., and Augusta, Ga., are in use. Read more on AOPA Online.

February 1, 2008

Topics: AOPA, Airspace, Pilot Training and Certification

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