The second stage of FAA’s new plan for redesigning the airspace around Washington, D.C. goes live March 5, with 57 procedural designs that include 50 RNAV STARS/SIDS, seven Air Traffic Service routes and 13 airspace alterations. FAA cautions that, for up to two weeks after the implementation of the DCA Metroplex changes, it may issue traffic management initiatives for traffic arriving into the Washington, DC area.
Changes Coming to Airspace Around Washington, DC on March 5 | Northeast | NBAA - National Business Aviation Association
The second stage of FAA's new plan for redesigning the airspace around Washington, D.C. goes live March 5.
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