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Features January 2012 Issue

The MOA’s Attic

Cruising the flight levels, you’re above any of those pesky MOAs. Except some of them have a high-altitude clone that you won’t find on any chart: Behold the ATCAA.

The light jet revolution wasn’t televised because it never happened. At least not yet. There has been a quiet proliferation of small kerosene burners on the ramps and in the flight levels, however, and that means more pilots are experiencing the pleasures and pitfalls of life in Class A airspace.

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