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Noisy Skies Podcast

2024-02-02T19:33:46+00:00

If you have questions about the aviation noise in the skies above you, this podcast has answers. Noisy Skies explores the complex issues governing aviation noise now and into the future. Used with permission of the author. Noisy Skies Podcast

Noisy Skies Podcast2024-02-02T19:33:46+00:00

FAA Reauthorization Update

2023-08-03T14:23:36+00:00

House lawmakers passed a sweeping aviation bill last week with major policy changes aimed at alleviating air travel issue and boosting workforce. The legislation, titled the Securing Growth and Robust Leadership in American Aviation Act (H.R. 3935), passed by 351-69 vote. The bill will re-authorize the Federal Aviation Administration with over $100 billion in funding

FAA Reauthorization Update2023-08-03T14:23:36+00:00

Approval of the Securing Growth and Robust Leadership in the American Aviation Act

2023-06-30T23:59:38+00:00

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee has unanimously approved the Securing Growth and Robust Leadership in the American Aviation Act, a bill that will reauthorize the FAA for the next five years. The companion bill has been introduced in the Senate and either a full authorization or a continuing resolution by September 30th, 2023. Several

Approval of the Securing Growth and Robust Leadership in the American Aviation Act2023-06-30T23:59:38+00:00

August 2021 – Colorado Air National Guard 140th Wing Night Flying Operations

2023-05-31T20:01:58+00:00

  August 2021 Noise Statement Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable Re: Colorado Air National Guard 140th Wing Night Flying Operations FOR RELEASE: Monday, August 9, 2021 CONTACT: Mr. John Rohrer, 140WG.PA.ORG@US.AF.MIL, 720-847-9435 The Colorado Air National Guard’s 140th Wing conducts night flying to prepare for deployment By Colorado Air National Guard Public Affairs BUCKLEY SPACE FORCE

August 2021 – Colorado Air National Guard 140th Wing Night Flying Operations2023-05-31T20:01:58+00:00

June 2021 Noise Statement

2023-05-31T20:04:05+00:00

June 7, 2021 Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable Re: Noise Committee Advisory Statement Due to warmer weather and lessening COVID-19 restrictions, it is anticipated that there will be an increase in flight traffic and associated noise from Centennial Airport. We continue to actively engage with flight schools and pilots to increase their awareness of the

June 2021 Noise Statement2023-05-31T20:04:05+00:00

August 2020 Update

2023-05-31T20:04:11+00:00

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.

August 2020 Update2023-05-31T20:04:11+00:00

Some residents near Centennial Airport complain about noise

2023-05-31T20:04:24+00:00

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.

Some residents near Centennial Airport complain about noise2023-05-31T20:04:24+00:00

Centennial Airport receives environmental honor

2023-05-31T20:04:31+00:00

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

Centennial Airport receives environmental honor2023-05-31T20:04:31+00:00

D.C. residents suffer major setback in fight over plane noise from National Airport

2023-05-31T20:04:38+00:00

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

D.C. residents suffer major setback in fight over plane noise from National Airport2023-05-31T20:04:38+00:00
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