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Old 06-17-2019, 02:49 AM
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kinda wondering why there is no perma link to the FAA map of all the ma sites in controlled airspace...
Old 06-17-2019, 05:06 AM
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Would kind of make sense, wouldn't it?
Old 06-17-2019, 08:15 AM
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That is probably the reason it isn't.

Kind of like the comedian with his remark, "Here's your sign!"
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Ahem, anyone who suggests ideas that make sense will be shown the door.
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Ahem, anyone who suggests ideas that make sense will be shown the door.
Why do you say that?
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BH, all the snarky side comments aside, can we get a sticky with a link to the laanc map?
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Done, stuck, and closed to prevent it being cluttered.
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Originally Posted by BarracudaHockey View Post
Done, stuck, and closed to prevent it being cluttered.
So is JPO advising members to follow the 400 in class G? Ignore it? Or is JPO looking the other way?

With Kentucky Jets coming up, it will be interesting to catalog the community's compliance.
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So this must be in part a cooperative ongoing effort between the AMA and the FAA, right? The AMA gives the FAA the location of fixed flying sites to update the map?
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thank you, sir
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So this must be in part a cooperative ongoing effort between the AMA and the FAA, right? The AMA gives the FAA the location of fixed flying sites to update the map?
Were I a club president, I wouldn't trust the AMA to pass on my sites coordinates. I'd contact the FAA directly and find out what needs to be done. I'd educate myself on the process. Then I'd give the AMA the opportunity to do their job. And I would know when and why they didn't.
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That sounds like a good idea. I`m not really involved with my club, but I should attend the next meeting to see if there is any discussion on this subject. As of now, there is no little blue dot where the field is located.
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is your site near or in any of the green or red areas?

if not, then no worries, so far...
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Nope, no worries. It`s pretty rural out here, Funny, though, when I click and drag around the map, the nearest regional airport doesn't show up anywhere.

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