Phoenix Sky Harbor
International Airport

Updates/Reports

Sky Harbor at Night

** The PublicVue flight tracking and complaint system technical issues have been resolved. The City of Phoenix Aviation Department appreciates your patience in this matter and your continued commitment in helping accurately document these noise concerns. Please check the Review section periodically in PublicVue to ensure that your complaints are being documented as submitted.

The Federal Aviation Administration issued a directive April 20 that requires aircraft operators to inspect fan blades on certain CFM56-7B engines. These engines must undergo inspections by May 10. Airliners operating out of Sky Harbor may be conducting engine run-ups outside normal operating hours until the inspections are complete.

Noise Reports

The Airport collects aircraft noise monitoring and flight operations data to provide the community with up-to-date information concerning aircraft noise exposure. The following reports provide a summary of the data collected each month, and includes observable trends in operation counts, flight direction, complaints and adherence to noise abatement procedures.

Temporary Noise Monitoring Results

Based on input collected in community meetings, the Phoenix Aviation department conducted temporary noise monitoring at 37 locations.  Download results.

Other Information

  • 1992/1999 Noise Contour Map
  • Part 150 Airport Noise Compatibility Study

  • Previous Updates