The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has reopened airspace in Montana that had been shut down to support Department of Defense activities.
The airspace had been closed since February 12th and was reopened on February 23rd. The closure was necessary to ensure the safety of the defense activities taking place in the area.
According to a statement released by the FAA, the airspace was closed in order to “provide a safe environment for the Department of Defense activities.” The FAA also stated that the closure was “necessary to ensure the safety of the defense activities taking place in the area.”
The closure affected aviation operations in and around the area, including commercial and general aviation flights. The FAA worked closely with the Department of Defense to ensure that the airspace was reopened as quickly and safely as possible.
The FAA is continuing to monitor the situation and will work closely with the Department of Defense to ensure the safety of all aviation operations in the area.