Navy landing practices scheduled next week

  • Friday, August 14, 2020 4:13pm
  • News

Aircraft carrier-based flight training operations are scheduled at Ault Field on North Whidbey and Outlying Landing Field Coupeville during the week of Monday, Aug. 17 through Sunday, Aug. 23.

At OLF Coupeville, the following landing practices are scheduled:

• Afternoon, then night on Tuesday, Aug. 18, Wednesday, Aug. 19, and Thursday, Aug. 20.

At Ault Field, the following landing practices are scheduled:

• Late morning to afternoon, Tuesday, Aug. 18.

Comments, including noise complaints, can be directed to NAS Whidbey’s comment line at 360-257-6665 or via e-mailed to

Comments regarding flight operations should note the time an event occurred, where exactly the event occurred and as much detail as possible about what was seen. NAS Whidbey officials also ask that people leave contact information for tracking purposes.

More in News

Woman accused of running over her friend with Jeep

Woman accused of driving over friend in Oak Harbor parking lot

Island County on probation for flood insurance

FEMA’s decision will result in a $50 surcharge on insurance premiums.

League plans virtual candidate forums in October

Voters will have multiple opportunities to listen to local candidates in October.

Navy seeks city easement to aid water cleanup

The Navy wants to install pipes next to Highway 20 in Oak Harbor to clean up a chemical underground.

Oak Harbor tour boat operator aids in Deception Pass rescue

A man was rescued after his boat capsized in Deception Pass Saturday night.

New Langley tent initiative covers restaurants

The island’s realtors sponsored heated tents so Langley restaurants can continue outdoor seating.

Man with criminal history accused of threat, assault

The man is facing charges for threatening a post office employee, and spitting in an officer’s face.

Shop for a cause this weekend in Freeland

All proceeds from the garage sale will be donated.

Recent COVID-19 bump is ‘still very manageable’

Some of the most recent cases have been family clusters.

Most Read