FAA looks at why Joplin Regional Airport could be challenging for pilots


The FAA’s From the Flight Deck video series uses cockpit-mounted cameras to capture runway and taxiway footage and combines them with diagrams and visual graphics to clearly identify hot spots and other safety-sensitive items.

In this video, FAA takes a look at Joplin Regional Airport (JLN).

Joplin Reginal is a medium sized multi-use airport located north of the city of Joplin, Missouri.

The airport has it’s own Class Delta airspace when the Tower is open. Pilots should check the appropriate Chart Supplement for the tower’s hours of operation. The traffic is made up of some air carrier operations, but is primarily corporate and general aviation.

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