MCAS Miramar Operations Information and Contacts

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How to file a Noise and Safety Complaint: As published on the FAA website, aircraft departing MCAS Miramar are supposed to fly a standard instrument departure which requires a climbing right turn as soon as the aircraft is airborne. This keeps the aircraft safely east of the 805 boundary. 

The FAA and MCAS Miramar both control parts of the airspace adjacent to MCAS Miramar. When military aircraft are in positive control under the FAA’s jurisdiction, the FAA has air traffic control authority over military aircraft. Residents can file noise and safety complaints with both the FAA and MCAS Miramar. Residents can also contact elected leaders.

FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) Air Traffic Control: 

MCAS Miramar Airport Operations: 

  • Call Miramar for current airfield and flight operations, including questions, noise complaints and other concerns about operations at MCAS Miramar. Contact the Operations Duty Officer (ODO) by phone at the time of the incident at 858-307-4277 and provide details about the incident including date, time, location and type of aircraft.
  • File noise and operations complaints and concerns electronically by email at
  • General inquiries contact Communications Office at; or call 858-307-6000
  • MCAS Miramar home page
  • MCAS Miramar Noise Complaint page: 
  • Normal operating hours: Monday to Thursday until 1 AM. Please note updated operating hours, email contact, and phone numbers posted on MCAS Miramar website at

Local elected and community leaders: 

  • Representative Scott Peters (federal) phone 858-455-5550 or email at
    • Community representative Jessica Brown at 
  • Councilmember Barbara Bry (city) phone 619-236-6611 or email at 
  • Supervisor Kristin Gaspar (county) phone 619-531-5533 or email at 
  • Citizens Advocating Safe Aviation by email at

Additional MCAS Miramar Contacts and information: 

  • MCAS Miramar FAQs from Miramar Communications Officer: MCAS Miramar FAQs April 2019
  • Capt Matthew ‘Red Bull’ Gregory, Director of Communication, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar: or 858-307-7541
  • Major Josef Patterson, Director of Communication Strategy and Operations, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, I MEF:, 858-307-6847
  • Community Plans & Liaison Office inquiries, contact Kristin Camper at MCAS Miramar 858-307-6609 or email
  • Current photos and news from MCAS Miramar (with links to Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and DVIDS), visit
  • Current press releases from MCAS Miramar, visit

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Welcome to Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, home to the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing. Since October 1, 1997, Marines and Sailors have been living and working aboard the 23,000-acre facility. Miramar’s primary mission is to maintain and operate the facilities and provide services and material to support operations of the 3rd MAW and other tenant organizations. Read about MCAS Miramar history, commands, services and facilities, and recent news releases at

General aviation resources:

MCAS Miramar Air Installation Compatible Use Zones (AICUZ) available for review at

MCAS Miramar Fixed Wing AICUZ
MCAS Miramar Fixed Wing Flight Corridors AICUZ
Miramar AICUZ Rotary Wing Flight Corridors
MCAS Miramar Rotary Wing Flight Corridors AICUZ

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