PLEASE COMMENT ON FAA'S
The NES study represents reliable evidence that “substantially more people are highly annoyed by aircraft noise exposure than in the past.” WE AGREE AND ASK FOR YOU TO COMMENT!
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 14!
THE FAA PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD IS OPEN NOW!
*Please note that the date on the form is still listed as 3/15/21 even though the date is extended to 4/14/21. THE FORM STILL WORKS SO PLEASE COMMENT NOW!
We are a small, informal group of Studio City residents, made up entirely of volunteers, who want to save our formerly tranquil community, wildlife preserves, and quality of life from the current, focused, NextGen-like flight paths that moved, in late 2016, over the protected Santa Monica Mountains without notice or study - as well as from future proposed procedures that will make these flight paths permanent. We are fighting to move paths away from the High Fire Severity Zone of the Santa Monica Mountains, and for dispersal, higher altitudes, runway rotation and other noise mitigation techniques to ensure that no one neighborhood suffers disproportionately from the roar of almost 200 (and increasing) jets departing Burbank Airport daily. We are focused on raising public awareness, gaining media attention, and building a powerful coalition to fight the FAA, including support by Local, State, and Federal Representatives, the City Attorney, and powerful environmental groups such as MRCA and SMMC.
We need the entire community to help! Please click HERE to learn how. Scroll to the bottom of any page to join our Mailing List and receive our Newsletters containing the latest information.
Burbank Airport is in process of planning a Terminal Expansion that will increase operations and make the noise much worse than it is now. Please click HERE for details and how you can help!
The Southern San Fernando Valley Airplane Noise Task Force has completed its first phase. We are waiting to hear from the FAA on August 31, 2020. Click HERE for details.
See all the latest news as it happens HERE.
Please click HERE for background information explaining how we got here and for a helpful video explaining NextGen.