FAA To Hold Nashville, Tennessee Airspace Meeting

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will hold a virtual public information meeting on its proposal to modify the airspace over Nashville International Airport in Tennessee. Under the proposed changes, existing flight paths would not change but the area where pilots are required to interact with FAA air traffic controllers would expand. The airspace change is to better manage the complexity and volume of aviation activities in the area. 

The meeting, which the FAA will conduct via Zoom and livestream on social media, will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 22 from 6-8 p.m. EST (5-7 p.m. CST).  FAA representatives will provide an overview of the Nashville airspace and the proposed changes. After the FAA presentation the public will have the opportunity to make comments or presentations and participate in a live question and answer session.

To attend the Zoom meeting, you can register or watch on FAA’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, which do not require registration. Each meeting attendee using the Zoom platform will have the opportunity to make a presentation, but pre-registration is required. Each presentation will be limited to three minutes. Attendees watching the meeting on FAA’s social media channels can submit questions via the chat feature on the individual platform but will not have the ability to make presentations.