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,
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By William Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org Buffeted by continuing noise complaints from people across the country who live near airports, federal officials said they might revert to using flight paths that spread arriving and departing flights across a broader area of the sky. The change could provide much-needed relief locally for frustrated residents of Long Island, Brooklyn
PHOENIX (AP) — Airliners began flying over Twila Lake’s bungalow-style house in a historic district three years ago, taking off every one to two minutes from the Phoenix airport and roaring over her neighborhood. It was a sudden change after rarely hearing jets in her previous 13 years in the downtown neighborhood. Now, “it’s all
Yesterday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled in favor of the city of Phoenix in a suit charging that the Federal Aviation Administration violated federal law when implementing new flight paths in September 2014. The case arose from FAA's implementation of Performance Based Navigation (PBN) as a part NextGen.
The FAA continues to work towards implementation of its NextGen flight patterns, an effort to improve efficiency in its so-called “Metroplexes.” While the FAA considers implementation of NextGen at Metroplexes to be in varying stages of completion, the agency continues to face significant resistance from community groups in the form of political and legislative pressure
Dear N.O.I.S.E. Members, We wanted you to be aware that on Thursday, March 16th, the President released his first preliminary budget request. As part of his plan, he has called for a shift in the air traffic control function of the Federal Aviation Administration to an independent, non-governmental organization. The preliminary budget did not include
The airspace surrounding Denver metropolitan area is among the most complex in the country. The FAA is redesigning this airspace to address inefficiencies and improve how aircraft navigate the area. By introducing new procedures that use satellites and specific onboard equipment for navigation (referred to as Performance Based Navigation) and making use of time-based metering
It’s no secret to nearby residents and businesses that Centennial Airport is a busy place. Despite ranking as the 23rd busiest airport in the country in 2015 by number of operations — hosting an estimated 317,000 takeoffs and landings — recent noise mapping efforts undertaken by the Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority show that its
In the highly populated Denver metropolitan area, Centennial Airport applies IP-based capture and streaming technologies to minimize regional noise impact – to the benefit of community relations. The Denver-Aurora-Lakewood Colorado metropolitan statistical area comprises 10 counties with a population exceeding 2.8 million. The population continues to be among the fastest growing nationwide;