Noise Management PHX
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) previously announced the dates and locations for the Step 2 workshops in accordance with the agreement the agency entered into with the City of Phoenix and certain historic neighborhood associations. Unfortunately, these workshops have now been cancelled due to the ongoing shutdown of the federal government and will be rescheduled for later in the Spring of 2019, presuming the shutdown does not last an extended period. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to resuming work as soon as possible, including hosting these workshops in the Spring.
On June 6, 2018, the US Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington DC closed the lawsuit that the City of Phoenix and historic neighborhoods filed against the FAA. This, after the flight paths affecting neighborhoods northwest and southwest of downtown Phoenix were moved back to the pre-Sept 2014 routes. The City and the FAA will continue with Step 2 of the agreement, which includes discussions with neighborhoods in other areas throughout the Phoenix airspace. See the Mandate and the Order.
On Sept. 18, 2014, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) implemented changes in flight paths to and from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport as part of its effort to streamline departures and arrivals using NextGen satellite-based navigation. Since then, Sky Harbor has received thousands of noise complaints and questions from the community.
Monthly Summary Report now available.