Brian Will 
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Re: “Superhighways in the Sky

Gray Baker: Arrivals go into the wind, not departures. Save for the few instances when winds exceed 20 knots. Departures into the wind ended years ago. As did noise abatement procedures and practices that had existed for decades.

It's an interesting perspective though: "get used to it or move to Atlanta". My guess is most folks in Oakland experienced very livable conditions prior to NextGen implementation, only to have that suddenly changed in 2012. It's the same situation in Minneapolis, Chicago, NY, and even , yes, Atlanta.

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Posted by Brian Will on 06/30/2015 at 1:53 PM

Re: “Superhighways in the Sky

NextGen is child abuse. The effects of hazardous noise on childrens learning and development has been well researched by Harvard, WHO and Cornell.

The FAA has utilized NextGen to implement new routes in new areas. It is effectively an extension of the airspace redesign project, but without the environmental studies.

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Posted by Brian Will on 06/28/2015 at 12:09 PM

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