Robert Olislagers, Centennial Airport Executive Director, informed Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable (CACNR) members of the Congressionally-mandated noise studies required of the FAA, pursuant to the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018, Sections 188 and 173 regarding alternative noise metrics. As he indicated, it is a good primer but offers nothing in the way of alternatives.
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Centennial Airport Honors Brad Pierce For his Dedication in serving on the Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable, N.O.I.S.E. and the FAA NextGen Advisory Committee.
Some people who live near Centennial Airport are complaining about noise. However, the airport says it aims to be a good neighbor and has a process in place for dealing with complaints. Greg Nieto reports.
State public health, environment office gives nod for lighting, other efforts Led by Centennial Airport staff members, from left to right, Mike Fronapfel, director of planning; Gina Conley, senior planner; and Dylan Heberlein, noise and environmental specialist, the airport’s lighting energy-reduction effort earned it a Bronze Level Achievement recognition from the Colorado Department of Public
By Lori Aratani August 9 at 5:15 PM l Washington Post A group of Washington residents is considering whether they will take their fight over airplane noise to the U.S. Supreme Court, after a federal appeals court rejected their request for a rehearing. In March, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for
By Michael Laris July 17, 2018 at 5:07 p.m. MDT The Federal Aviation Administration has halted discussions with Maryland airport officials and a citizens group after challenges were filed last month on behalf of residents seeking changes in flight paths because of noise. FAA officials said they could no longer continue talks on flight paths
February 25-27, 2018 Long Beach, California Elected officials, airports, consultants, the FAA and community members will share lessons they have learned and successes they have celebrated in their search for solutions to the impacts of NextGen noise and emissions as the Symposium focuses on ground-breaking science, legislative efforts, and community interactions being undertaken by the
The Denver Metroplex Project - Workshop Dates and Locations The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is providing this update as of April 11, 2019 for the Denver Metroplex project. The Denver Metroplex project is a federal action under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The FAA is completing an Environmental Assessment pursuant to NEPA. The Draft
Our national aviation system is a vital transportation network connecting people and goods across the country and to other parts of the world. Building on a proud history of innovation in aviation, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is now engaged in transforming the system to meet 21st century air travel needs. As we carry out
Throughout the country the Federal Aviation Administration is scrambling to deal with the fallout from its implementation of its satellite-based Next Generation Air Transportation System, or NextGen. This system was a logical and potentially beneficial replacement for the aged ground-based radar system used to oversee commercial flights. But the FAA’s reckless implementation of the technology,