In 1990, Congress passed the Airport Noise and Capacity Act (ANCA), which severely limits an airport proprietor’s ability to enact restrictions on aircraft operations including nighttime curfews.
Congress gave the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) the sole authority over the safe and efficient use of the National Airspace System in the United States.
The Roundtable has no authority over the FAA to force it to implement flight procedure changes. The FAA has the sole authority over the safe and efficient use of the National Airspace System in the United States. The FAA decides if, how, and when flight procedures are implemented. However, by providing a public forum for … Continued
The FAA is solely responsible for returning the SERFR STAR to the BSR ground track also known as the BSR Overlay. The FAA periodically updates the public and Roundtable members at Roundtable meetings, but it has not provided a schedule for when the BSR Overlay process will be complete. During its most recent briefing at … Continued