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Old 11-13-2022, 01:59 PM
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Default Tie Down\FBO Recommendation KJYO?

Taking RV10 to Leesburg (KJYO) for the first time. My wife and I are hoping to fly up to see children later this week.

Any recommendations for best place to tie down?

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Old 11-13-2022, 02:18 PM
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Make sure you take the online course for the WDC SFRA. It is mandatory for operating into JYO. Also become very familiar with the Leesburg Maneuvering Area (LMA).
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Old 11-13-2022, 02:45 PM
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I've flown there a few times and plan to again over Thanksgiving. Even though it's in the DC SFRA, it's dirt simple. In a nutshell, just take the most direct route in/out from the west while the transponder is set to their particular code. You can't go in or out of there with 1200.

As for tie down, there are a ton of tie down spots along the runway, but many are taken by aircraft based there. Don't tie down on a spot with a storage box sitting there even if it's otherwise empty.
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