FAA getting more flexible?

AOPA is reporting Independence (Oregon) Airpark at Independence State Airport has, “access agreements that were consistent with FAA guidance, and that the FAA has no plans to require the department to take any additional corrective action regarding the residential airpark.” This is good news for all of general aviation. Could we be seeing a little […]

AOPA is reporting Independence (Oregon) Airpark at Independence State Airport has, “access agreements that were consistent with FAA guidance, and that the FAA has no plans to require the department to take any additional corrective action regarding the residential airpark.” This is good news for all of general aviation. Could we be seeing a little bit of flexibility from the FAA?

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