FAA Airspace Improvements Workshop in Parker

Your voice matters – join the conversation on April 19

Join your friends and neighbors on Wednesday, April 19 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Parker Library, Event Hall A, 20105 E. Mainstreet for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airspace Improvements Workshop

Improvements are part of the Denver Metroplex project, which proposes to use streamlined satellite navigation to move air traffic more safely and efficiently throughout the Denver metro area. Existing air routes may be modified with new satellite-based routes.

Workshops will be held in an Open House format, allowing attendees to arrive any time during the publicized meeting time range to learn about the proposed improvements.

Project information will be provided and FAA representatives will be available to answer questions, one-on -one. The preliminary route designs also will be displayed on poster boards and iPads.

The Denver Metroplex project includes Denver International Airport, Centennial Airport, Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport, Buckley Air Force Base, Northern Colorado Regional Airport, Front Range Airport and Greeley-Weld County Airport. It is one of 12 Metroplex projects nationwide.   

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