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Boscombe Down DA

Boscombe Down DA

AIC Y 022/2010 (here as a pdf) describes changes to the Salisbury Plain Danger Area complex taking place from 1 July 2010.

The upper limit of DA 126 may be raised by NOTAM to FL90.   

New areas D120, D122A, D122B, and D122C, will be activated by NOTAM as operations require.

D120 will be contained completely within the Boscombe Down ATZ, and the base of the D122 complex will be FL80, as shown on the chart, so many GA pilots are likely to find their activities unaffected.

In addition to the Danger Area Crossing Service (DACS) available already from Salisbury Operations for D 126, Boscombe Down will provide a DACS for D120 and D122 when these areas are activated. However, we remind pilots that if the areas are NOTAMed as active, and no reply is received on the DACS frequency, they must not assume that the activity has ceased! << Go Back
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