A Congressional Letter to FAA, Seeking to Reduce Aviation Noise Impacts

In a recent letter to FAA Administrator Michael Huerta, 26 Congressional Representatives have asked for a ten decibel reduction in FAA’s aviation noise standards. Their aim is to improve citizen health, property values, and quality of life for the millions of U.S. Citizens who are adversely impacted near airports and flight paths.

Below is a png copy of the letter (or click this link for a PDF copy):

If you are concerned about FAA’s long history of ignoring the impacts of aviation noise on communities, please contact your representative and ask them to support this letter. Here is a link to locate your elected official (using your zipcode):  http://www.house.gov/htbin/findrep?ZIP=97106&Submit=FIND+YOUR+REP+BY+ZIP