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Comment from Boeing Commercial Airplane

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Comment Date:2023-05-25T04:00:00Z

Comment On Document ID:FAA-2023-0932-0003

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Comment from Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l

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Comment Date:2023-05-25T04:00:00Z

Comment On Document ID:FAA-2023-0657-0006

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Comment from Alicia Rosenthal

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These are comments regarding aviation noise. I suffer the impact of Burbank Airport but predominantly of Van Nuys Airport. I live 4 miles from the airport. I have lived here since 1990 and for many many years there was peaceful coexistence. In more recent years, likely as I learnt in relation to NextHen oimplementation the situation has become unlivable. Our representatives at all levels failed to do their duty of executing a regional Environmental Impact report with modeling and testing befoire implementation. There is also no real virtual or physical monitoring of the current impact in the correct radius, which whould be around 30 miles for arrivals and 15 miles for departures.

The FAA should not cite any statistics re aircraft noise since the metrics and the method are faulty.In desperation I attended a recent :Noise and pollution in Aviation Symposium at UC Davis. Don Scata and other memners of FAA were present. Therefore I have to assume that all discussed at the symposium, including the useless DNL measurement are known to FAA and there is just negligence in their lack of accountability in front of the community.
It is known that DNL works only close to the airport. We need testing at a much larger radius and on a deliberate constant basis. NAbove was presented as a better metric with 50 db maximum and 50 events/day maximum. NAbove seems to take into consideration frequency of noise events. The acceptable aircraft noise should be ambient noise. I add that the quality of aircraft noise should also be considered, since it is closer to a dentist drill or gunshots. Every morning for 2-3 hours there are constant planes taking off and it feels like war. Similar at the end of the day. Biut there are flights all the tim including at night. We are tired of fingerpointing, nobody takes charge. Locally we are told only the FAA can set a mandatory night curfew. What do we have to do to get a 10 hour wiondow at noght with no flights??? Many airports in the US and abroad have this. The Van Nuys airport is a uniquely noisy and polluting airport with lots of private planes and jets catering to the rich. The city allowed residential development when the airport had been nuilt in the middle of orchards. They should not have allowed it if they expected that industry could run amok, et their own rules and torture the citizens. I would appreciate clarification on who has control of the situation.

Pollution is a huge concern as well with m,any documents in the sysposium showing causal relationship between noise and aviation pollution (UFPs are solely from aviation) and very serios health consequences that have even been represented with dollar values (that only represent cost, not pain and suffering).
The Van Nuys Airport no llonger has a place in this community as it exists today. It should be closed and either relocated to open space of private planes banned altogether from any urban area.

Comment Date:2023-05-25T04:00:00Z

Comment On Document ID:FAA-2023-0855-0379

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Comment from Rodrick Hurt

I would like you to seriously to consider this comment as a request to take a closer look and mitigation of Noise pollution and reopen the FPL Part 150 for Fort Lauderdale Hollywood international airport. Particularly runway 10R-28L. This study was submitted for approval and comment during the height of the Covid pandemic which I am sure suppressed significantly needed commentary. Fort Lauderdale Hollywood international airport has created severe noise pollution and damage to the way of life in the parklands and unique locals. We live in a unique area with parks north,south,West, beautiful beaches and the atlantic ocean to the east. This area serves as a bird habitat for birds like the brown pelican to actual monkeys. This is a unique place and probably the only land that exist like this in the country. To provide a setting for you. Fort Lauderdale international airport is the only airport in the region that sits east of interstate 95 and west of Intercostal highway. This airport expanded its runway known as 10R-28L to the oppositions of citizens due to the level of noise contamination that it would create for residents and the Parklands in multiple locals in the region. This airport is one of 4 plus airports with in 30 minutes of each other. The airport extended this runway across us hwy 1 i into the parkland across the street. Describing this runway; itis 65 feet in the air at its highest point and is 8,000 feet long which is 1,000 feet shorter than its original northern runway. and slops downward 3 degrees per foot.This is a steep incline for a sea level airport. The airport and city commissioners understood the noise pollution that this airport would make so much so putting in place a time restriction on flights until FPL part 150 study was complete and framed this expanded runway as an auxiliary type use to its citizens and local leaders. See attachment 1. Well fast forward right after the FLPart 150 noise study was completed this runway has become a regular use runway for commercial flights causing horrible pollution extended as far east as my neighborhood in North Hollywood beach. I was perplexed to find that the FAA rule of the DNL allowed for a 24 hour additive noise pollution limit. I am concerned. the FL part 150 noise study 65 dl level and map does not even include my neighborhood in its plan however I can here the planes even on the interior of my home which is above 65 dbl which is equivalent to general conversation. The problem I have is that comments concerning this noise pollution levels have been manipulated using the current Faa rules that use the DNL rule to stay just under the 24 hour limit of noise pollution. if you see attachment 2 the map of a very tight 65 DL outline which maybe true using the 24 hour rule it is definitely not true depiction of noise pollution which is the decibel that an average level 2 noise plane would make using this runway. The current formula has allowed a gross misuse of the airport runway 10R-28L as intendedHere in North Hollywood Floridia so much so that the airport is allowed to excluded neighborhoods and parklands that should have been included in its FL Part 150 noise reduction study. Surely this extended runway would have failed its noise contamination limits had they not manipulated this rule from the FAA. I am asking at the minimum this FL Part 150 study for Fort Lauderdale Hollywood international airport be reopened and looked at taking into effect an extrapolation of what the noise pollution window actually looks like with its actual flight patterns not an extrapolation of noise over 24 hours where they airport can calculate in 0 decibels of noise for part of the 24 hour period. For reference see, attachment 2 showing 65 decibels boarders compared to flight the runway. and my area in North Hollywood Florida. which is not even included in a noise contamination area.

Comment Date:2023-05-25T04:00:00Z

Comment On Document ID:FAA-2023-0855-0387

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Comment from Alexander Garry

Van Nuys airport is sending way too many jets over Sherman Oaks, especially south of Ventura Blvd. at all hours of the day and night. They need to stop this ASAP. Low flying jets are destroying our once peaceful neighborhood. BUR airport is bad too, but VNY is sending more jets than BUR. I understand part of this is because of the closing of Santa Monica airport, but the residents of Sherman Oaks should not have to pay for that closure. Please help us and stop this non-stop parade of jets flying low over Sherman Oaks. It never used to be like this, it needs to go back to the way it was quickly. The residents are not going to stand for this much longer and will start to push for the closing of VNY airport. I am begging you, please help us.

Comment Date:2023-05-25T04:00:00Z

Comment On Document ID:FAA-2023-0855-0381

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