Navy Announces Potential 400% increase in flights at OLF in Coupeville

The Navy has announced their preferred plan for the number of flights happening at Ault Field in Oak Harbor and the Outlying Field (OLF) in Coupeville.  Whidbey News-Times reported that their preference is to have 25% of all flights at OLF, and 75% at Ault Field, but the number of Field Carrier Landing Practices (FCLP) in Coupeville would increase by 400% over present levels.  To read the Navy’s announcement, and what comes next, go to whidbeyeis.com.  EIS stands for Environmental Impact Study, which the Navy has been researching and developing for a number of years.  Here is a quick explanation of what this announcement means, and what happens next in the decision making process.

If you have questions about what impact this news may have on you I welcome your call or email at 360-672-5447 or donj@windermere.com.

Posted on July 17, 2018 at 9:42 pm
Don Jaques, Jr | Category: RE Market Info | Tagged , , , ,

One response to “Navy Announces Potential 400% increase in flights at OLF in Coupeville”

  1. Roy Andrukat says:

    Not thrilled about the increase in flights, but great use of technology by you to get the word out.
    Well done.

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