The Southern California Airspace Users Working Group - SCAUWG - Wants your COMMENTS and IDEAS!
As aviators and aviation enthusiasts that utilize the Southern California Airspace you probably have concerns. You probably have formulated some ideas that might make the airspace safer, or possibly some ideas about how best to navigate the area. Perhaps you have a suggestion regarding how charting the airspace can be improved?
SCAUWG has traditionally tried to be the eyes and ears of the So Cal airspace professional. SCAUWG is tasked with providing insight to the FAA regarding airspace safety improvements and SCAUWG is additionally tasked to act as a source of educational content meant to aid the aerospace community so that flight safety can be enhanced.
We at SCAUWG believe that the LA Basin airspace may be as complex, indeed probably more complex as any in the world. Visitors arrive here from all corners of the globe. Reminding ourselves that there is little in this busy space that remains static is important. Ever changing technology and diverse methods of flight are just some of the ingredients that make our airspace truly dynamic. Even the current health concerns we share influence the NAS.
It would probably be easy to rest upon our laurels. But that is not enough! Great results happen when great minds collaborate, and we desire Great Results!
So, please contribute, please be part of the solution that as airspace professionals we can be proud of. Leave your comments, ideas and suggestions below. There may be a short delay before making submitted comments visible.
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