Idaho Air Force base asks FAA to expand supersonic area

11/13/2009 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho proposed a plan to extend a supersonic operations area into Nevada airspace. If approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, the expansion would allow pilots flying above 30,000 feet to follow an aerial training route. The Air Force already uses a training route at lower altitudes over the Nevada cities of Midas, Tuscarora and Mountain City.

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