Travis airspace needs considered  

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  • 60th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs

TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – Two weeks ago, Travis AFB expressed concerns regarding the impact on our mission of the proposed land uses in the northwestern portion of the new community proposed by California Forever. We have now learned that in response to our concerns, California Forever filed an amended version of the initiative with the Solano County Registrar of Voters yesterday, February 14, 2024.

California Forever made significant changes to its plans in order to protect Travis’ global mission and local flight operations. With this revised proposal, Travis AFB will be able to continue flying its full mission, including all of our operational, exercise, and local training flights consisting of multiple patterns and landings to all runways, including night vision goggle training to the assault landing zone (ALZ) runway.

Travis AFB recognizes California Forever’s efforts to minimize impacts to operations and mission capabilities, as well as their project’s potential to improve the wellbeing of our Airmen and families into the future.