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Author Topic: Corbett Grange Sep 27th 7:00pm: New FAA Air Traffic Guidelines.  (Read 38 times)
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« on: September 01, 2018, 09:51:37 AM »

Grange is having a meeting on 9/27 at 7:00 pm.  You may want to notify any friends in Gresham, Etsacada, Eaqgle Creek, etc as this may affect them also.  I have noticed a spate of low flying aircraft lately.  Below are the hotline numbers to register complaints and a list of details to log.


FAA PDX Low Flying A/C complaints:   (503) 615-3200
FAA Website: https://www.faa.gov/about/office_org/headquarters_offices/aae/programs_services/faa_hotlines/



FAA Aviation Noise Ombudsman
The FAA's Aviation Noise Ombudsman serves as a liaison with the public on issues regarding aircraft noise. If you have a specific question, comment, concern or complaint that cannot be answered or addressed by any of the methods above, please contact the Aviation Noise Ombudsman and provide the following:

Your name Your first and last name
Street Address or Cross Streets Please provide the street address or cross streets where the event(s) occurred. The FAA can more accurately research and determine a cause of an event(s) with more accurate details being provided. This information is important not only in determining the initial cause of an event(s), but also to track continual occurrences that can point to a systemic issue. Please enter your home address, if this is not related to a noise complaint.
Zip code Please provide the zip code in which the event(s) occurred
State Please provide the state name in which the event(s) occurred
Approximate Start Date and Time of Event The times and dates you are experiencing the noise disturbance
Description Please describe the event and the location of the event(s) as best you can
The type of aircraft causing the complaint (i.e., jet, helicopters, propeller, unknown)
Aircraft Description Please provide any additional details to help describe the aircraft to include color, number and placement of large wing(s) (top, middle, bottom of aircraft), and number and placement of engines (tail, body, wing).
Airport Source Please provide the airport name that the aircraft left from or was heading to (if known). This is the airport that you may believe the inquiry is associated with.
Repeat Occurrence Please indicate if this is a repeat occurrence (Yes/No)
Officials Contacted to Date Please indicate whether any additional government officials have been contacted and include their name, office title, and how they were contacted (such as email, letter, or phone)
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