Hundreds of residents from the communities impacted by jet noise will be joined by other concerned citizens of San Diego and Councilwoman Lori Zapf.
Under NextGen, the FAA has redesigned our national airspace and begun rolling out an unprecedented network of jet superhighways over previously quiet communities. Despite pleas for relief from the noise pollution, the FAA continues to press forward with their implementation of NextGen.
The No Plane Noise group urges Congress to protect all Americans from excessive NextGen jet noise by mandating the FAA adopt stricter noise standards, full environmental impact statements and a more transparent community engagement process.
More information is available at www.noflyday.org and www.noplanenoise.com.
#NoFlyDay is a national campaign to restore the peace and quiet of the many communities recently destroyed by the FAA’s NextGen program. By uniting citizens across the country in protest on October 24th, #NoFlyDay will force the FAA to finally address the devastating noise impacts of NextGen. #NoFlyDay is cosponsored by Save Our Skies Santa Cruz and MSP Fair Skies and hosted in partnership with Boston Fair Skies, Boston West Fair Skies, Californians for Quiet Skies, Culver City for Quiet Skies, Phoenix Fair Skies, PlaneSense for Long Island, Queens Quiet Skies, Seattle Quieter Skies Task Force, Sky Posse Palo Alto, and NoPlaneNoise.com (San Diego).