EAA: You be the judge on TTF

EAA posted thoughtful comments to the FAA on its through-the-fence policy. It also presented an intriguing look at some airports with residential and commercial through-the-fence operations. From the EAA website, “Using the FAA’s stated position that the airport “should be flexible and expandable,” you be the judge of the FAA’s position in the following side-by-side […]

EAA posted thoughtful comments to the FAA on its through-the-fence policy. It also presented an intriguing look at some airports with residential and commercial through-the-fence operations. From the EAA website, “Using the FAA’s stated position that the airport “should be flexible and expandable,” you be the judge of the FAA’s position in the following side-by-side comparisons:”. Click here to see EAAs comparison.

1 comment

  1. The best solution to avoid the TTF issues is an airport privately owned by its residents. Such is the case of the world’s most famous Residential Airpark,Spruce Creek Fly-In, see at http://www.7FL6.com.

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