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AFI 13-201

Airspace Management

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Organization: AF
Publication Date: 24 July 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 100
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This guidance applies to individuals at all levels, including the Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard, who utilize Center Scheduling Enterprise. Affected units will establish a procedure to ensure that this guidance is reviewed by all personnel who utilize Center Scheduling Enterprise regardless of their respective role. This guidance should be posted in a Flight Crew Information File or unit Read File.

PURPOSE.

The primary purpose of these procedures are to ensure the AF meets their statutory requirement to report annual utilization of Restricted Areas and Military Operating Areas to the Federal Aviation Administration. Additionally, as the National Airspace System becomes increasingly competitive, it's equally important that we accurately account for our airspace usage. In effect, this accounting becomes our evidence for current and emerging airspace requirements as well as our responsible stewardship. This guidance will allow users to maximize the potential benefits and exploit the full functionality of Center Scheduling Enterprise.

Document History

AFI 13-201
July 24, 2018
Airspace Management
This guidance applies to individuals at all levels, including the Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard, who utilize Center Scheduling Enterprise. Affected units will establish a procedure to...
September 20, 2001
AIR FORCE AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT
This instruction implements AFPD 13-2, Air Traffic Control, Airspace, Airfield, and Range Management. It also implements DoD Directive 5030.19, DoD Responsibilities on Federal Aviation and National...

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