Thursday, February 25, 2021

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Northern Air Cargo LLC - Exemption/Rulemaking

FAA-2021-0005
FAA-2021-0005-0002

February 22, 2021

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Decision

Nonrulemaking

Other

United States Navy - Exemption/Rulemaking

FAA-2021-0162
FAA-2021-0162-0001

February 22, 2021

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United States Navy - Exemption/Rulemaking

Nonrulemaking

Other

Northrop Grumman Corporation - Exemption/Rulemaking

FAA-2016-9132
FAA-2016-9132-0009

February 22, 2021

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Northrop Grumman Corporation - Exemption/Rulemaking

Nonrulemaking

Other

MCAI-2020-01036-A Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. Model PC-7 airplanes

FAA-2020-0849
FAA-2020-0849-0004

February 22, 2021

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Supporting AD Document

Rulemaking

Supporting & Related Material

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. - Exemption/Rulemaking

FAA-2019-0091
FAA-2019-0091-0004

February 22, 2021

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Decision)

Nonrulemaking

Other

2020-NM-XXX-AD

FAA-2020-1168
FAA-2020-1168-0003

February 22, 2021

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Comment from Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l

Rulemaking

Public Submission

Please see attached ALPA comments for Docket #FAA-2020-1168

Organization: Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l

CTI Aviation Services, LLC v. Millington Airport Authority (16-20-02)

FAA-2020-0565
FAA-2020-0565-0019

February 22, 2021

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U.S. DOT/FAA - Notice of Extension of Time Dated February 10, 2021 (16-20-02)

Nonrulemaking

Other

Organization: U.S. DOT/FAA

Friends of East Hampton Airport, Inc., Analar Corporation, Associated Aircraft Group, Inc., Helicopter Association International, Inc., Heliflite Shares LLC, and Shoreline Aviation, Inc. v. East Hampton Airport, a division of the Town of East Hampton (16-15-02)

FAA-2015-0363
FAA-2015-0363-0035

February 22, 2021

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U.S. DOT/FAA - Order for Extension of Time (16-15-02)

Nonrulemaking

Other

Organization: U.S. DOT/FAA

Jason Theuma and Paragon Skydive, L.L.C. v. The State of Arizona (16-19-16)

FAA-2020-0360
FAA-2020-0360-0013

February 22, 2021

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U.S. DOT/FAA - Order for Extension of Time (16-19-16)

Nonrulemaking

Other

Organization: U.S. DOT/FAA

Marley Chapman - Exemption/Rulemaking

FAA-2021-0150
FAA-2021-0150-0002

February 22, 2021

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Nonrulemaking

Other

Sands Aviation - Exemption/Rulemaking

FAA-2020-0444
FAA-2020-0444-0004

February 22, 2021

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Decision

Nonrulemaking

Other

Exemption/Rulemaking - Department of the Army

FAA-2003-16491
FAA-2003-16491-0030

February 22, 2021

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Decision

Nonrulemaking

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Frank Casares and Mile-Hi Skydiving Center, Inc. v. The City of Longmont, Colorado (16-19-03)

FAA-2019-0454
FAA-2019-0454-0024

February 22, 2021

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Frank Casares and Mile-Hi Skydiving Center, Inc. - Notice of Appeal and Brief (16-19-03)

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Other

Organization: Frank Casares and Mile-Hi Skydiving Center, Inc.

In the Matter of AARON HANSON

FAA-2019-0509
FAA-2019-0509-0006

February 22, 2021

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Order Granting Joint Motion for Continuance

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Other

3S Certification - Exemption/Rulemaking

FAA-2021-0084
FAA-2021-0084-0002

February 22, 2021

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Acknowledgment Letter

Nonrulemaking

Other

Skyx Solutions, Inc. - Exemption/Rulemaking

FAA-2020-1045
FAA-2020-1045-0002

February 22, 2021

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Decision

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Overview of FAA Aircraft Noise Policy and Research Efforts: Request for Input on Research Activities to Inform Aircraft Noise Policy

FAA-2021-0037
FAA-2021-0037-0292

February 22, 2021

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Comment from Melodie Bryant

Nonrulemaking

Public Submission

I appreciate that the FAA is promoting quieter aircraft, but as someone who lives in New York City this wont be enough. WE DON'T LIVE NEAR ANY AIRPORTS. But we are currently suffering from helicopter companies, coming in from NJ, CT, NY and even PA to ferry tourists around our landmarks and generally joy ride over us at all hours. Last weekend,166 sorties flew over New Yorkers in two days! This does not include news, and NYPD helicopters. For residents of Chelsea, where these flights come in, we get it twice, because they fly over us returning as well. And yes, this is noisy.

Central Park has become a constant din with helicopters circling the reservoir; the Brooklyn Waterfront, Governors Island and the Statue of Liberty are unbearable; tourists cant even hear their guides theres no point in going; We cant hear the televisions in our own homes, we cant work, we cant concentrate, and leaving the house just makes it worse. And for what? So tourists can take photos of their shoes during open door flights to post on instagram? Im not kidding, go there and search for #ShoeSelfies. Is this what youre supporting? Not surprisingly, helicopter noise complaints are up by 230% this year.

Since this is a hearing on noise mitigation I thought Id mention that some of these flights have been clocked by FlightRadar24 as low as 275 feet. Just how quiet are you planning to make these helicopters? The technology wont even be here for 10 years - and even a drone is loud at that altitude.

There have been 30 helicopter crashes in NYC since 1980 thats one every 2 yrs. The risks that commuter, charter, and tourism helicopter flights pose to 1.629million NYers far outweigh the benefit to the very small number of people who use them. And let me remind you that we are still recovering from 911.

The FAA has been called on numerous times to take action and declare NYC a No Fly Zone for non-essential helicopters. WHAT are you waiting for?

Im proud to say my Representatives Carolyn Maloney and Jerrold Nadler have sponsored bill HR 4880in the House to make NY a No Fly Zone for non essential helicopters, but meanwhile the FAA is responsible for the suffering of millions of NYers.

Submitter Name: Melodie Bryant

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