Welcome to the Federal Aviation Administration’s web site for public review of proposed changes to the Las Vegas, Nevada Class Bravo Airspace. Please refer to the attached links to discover and comment on the upcoming change proposal. We hope that this website will allow all interested and concerned parties a broad based dissemination, for positive and safe change to Class Bravo Airspace within the Greater Las Vegas Metropolitan Area.
“The primary purpose of a Class B airspace area is to reduce the potential for midair collisions in the airspace surrounding airports with high density air traffic operations.”
July 25, 2011
[FR Doc. 2011–15107 Filed 6–16–11; 8:45 am]
Notice Number: NOTC3100
FAA sets meetings on Las Vegas airspace modifications
The FAA has scheduled three informational meetings for Aug. 18, 23, and 25 on a proposal to modify the Class B airspace centered on McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, Nev. Proposed changes include raising the ceiling of Class B airspace to 10,000 feet msl from the established ceiling of 9,000 feet msl. Class B airspace boundaries would be expanded to the west, south, and east, with lower floors proposed in many sectors.
All informational meetings will be from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. They will take place:
- Aug. 25 at Shadow Ridge High School, 5050 Brent Lane, Las Vegas, Nev., 89131.
Information here is a supplement to the public meetings listed.
Comments received via this website after 10/10/2011 will not be entered into the official record. Any comments entered after that date will be forwarded to Las Vegas TRACON for information purposes only. If there are any questions regarding this please contact William.Ruggiero@faa.gov for information.
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