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A “perfect storm” – Recent actions by all three branches of the federal government address more types of aircraft noise, and acknowledge that adverse effects extend beyond traditional noise contours.

…Senator Charles Schumer and Representative Tim Bishop – who conducted a meeting in October 2007 with the FAA, local helicopter operators, and airport proprietors to specifically address noise complaints stemming…

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Noise Outside DNL 65

…Areas Outside the DNL 65, primary author, yours truly. Findings If you’ve been tracking my publications closely (or reading Airport Noise Report), you’ll already know the conclusions. For those of…

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We are here! We are here!

…have been to equip airport sponsors with the most flexible means of implementing programs to reduce noise for their communities. It is difficult to perceive from the language in ASNA…

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From Whence Came Ldn / DNL 65?

…by Nick Miller With FAA developing a research roadmap, and fears (hopes?) expressed by many in our airport noise community that the compatibility guideline might change, I became “curiouser…

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The Source, Of Course

…by Lance Meister (The first in an occasional series on the basics of noise and vibration as they relate to trains and transit.) One of the basic things we…

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A Better Way to Compare Aircraft Noise and Emissions?

…shared I think by many who deal with community reactions to aircraft noise, is that house prices really don’t reflect the adverse noise effects of living near a busy airport….

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BTS Releases National Transportation Noise Map

…of noise levels. The FAA’s Aviation Environmental Design Tool was used to model the average number of daily flight operations from airports across the country, excluding airports with exclusively military…

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Report from ACI-NA Annual Conference and Pre-conference Workshops

…on noise exposure: 2.1 Identify the index most widely used in your country or at your airport to calculate the number and percentage change of people residing in areas affected…

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So why are you complaining?

…article on the Internet about aircraft noise complaints, check the comments and you’ll find things like “These folks should have known they are buying near an airport,” or considerably snarkier….

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HMMH Assists FAA and Airports in Standardizing the Process for Determining Sound Insulation Program Eligibility

…and airport sponsors in standardizing the process for determining sound insulation program eligibility per current FAA requirements and criteria, which include that the average interior noise level for a residential…

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