With the emergence of Coronavirus, we’ve noticed a great deal of Schadenfreude among airport activists across the world. Comments such as “It’s so quiet now. We should have an outbreak like this all the time!” The thing most residents forget is that we actually did twenty years ago. It was called ‘9/11’. If you look
You might call the current situation for residents in certain neighborhoods around Sea-Tac Airport a ‘Perfect Storm’. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth? First, there is the fact that in 2012 Delta Airlines made Sea-Tac their main hub along with Alaska Air. So that made Sea-Tac home base forput two very large airlines. And starting in 2012,
FAA and BUR LIED | www.uproarla.org UproarLA has discovered the truth of how San Fernando Valley communities were sacrificed by the FAA and Burbank Airport in the name of efficiency and NextGen technology. Burbank Airport was alerted back in 2015 that new “condensed” flight paths would inundate quiet neighborhoods with airplane noise and pollution, and
The 1,200-page measure sets standards for the agency, airports and airlines.
Explains the basics of NextGen and Greener Skies. Presented by David Suomi and Steve Karnes, Senior Technical Advisor, Operations Support Group, Western Service Center
…the fourth inspector general’s critique in as many years of a program known as NextGen, on which more than $7 billion in federal funds has already been spent.
We are pleased to provide you with the latest information on six of the programs that are reshaping operations in the National Airspace System (NAS): •Automatic Dependent Surveillance–Broadcast (ADS-B) •Data Communications (Data Comm) •En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) •Terminal Automation Modernization and Replacement (TAMR) •NAS Voice System (NVS) •System Wide Information Management (SWIM)
Describes the effects of NextGen and Greener Skies on the Beacon Hill neighborhood. Most of this applies to the Sea-Tac communities.
As required by Sec. 225 of the FAA Re-Modernization Act Of 2012. Describes how the Greener Skies Over Seattle project became NextGen. This report covers the strategy of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for implementing, on an accelerated basis, the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) operational capabilities produced by the “Greener Skies over Seattle”