That’s AOPA’s warning to pilots across the country. “In the Washington ADIZ, the operational horror stories come in to AOPA daily,” Boyer says. “The FAA has tracked more than 1,900 ADIZ violations since 2003. None of the incidents has been determined to be terrorist-related and all but one violation have been inadvertent.” Changing the D.C. area Class B airspace into a permanent new designation only sets the precedent for this to be duplicated elsewhere, he said. You have until Nov. 2 to express your opinion to the powers that be. Go to the docket for a copy of the proposed rule. The list of comments, already over 600 strong, can be reviewed at this link. Click on “Comment/Submissions” to add your own thoughtfully composed input.