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Aviation Regulation

California Department of Parks and Recreation Seeks Airspace Changes

CPA-logo-smallaopaCalPilots Editor’s Note: CalPilots was previously advised by the┬áCalifornia Department of Parks and Recreation that the state was not pursuing this idea. We will be joining forces with AOPA to act against this unrequired piece of legislation which creates unnecesary operational concern for the state’s pilots.

AOPA is requesting the immediate withdrawal of an amended draft regulation that would set minimum altitudes for aircraft flying over California state parks being proposed by the state’s Department of Parks and Recreation. As written, the amended draft regulation conflicts with preemptive federal regulations and would have far-reaching effects and implications for general aviation pilots.

Aviation Regulation

California Department of Parks and Recreation Seeks Airspace Changes

CPA-logo-smallaopaCalPilots Editor’s Note: CalPilots was previously advised by the┬áCalifornia Department of Parks and Recreation that the state was not pursuing this idea. We will be joining forces with AOPA to act against this unrequired piece of legislation which creates unnecesary operational concern for the state’s pilots.

AOPA is requesting the immediate withdrawal of an amended draft regulation that would set minimum altitudes for aircraft flying over California state parks being proposed by the state’s Department of Parks and Recreation. As written, the amended draft regulation conflicts with preemptive federal regulations and would have far-reaching effects and implications for general aviation pilots.