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The SFO Roundtable's Response to the FAA Initiative to Address Noise has been finalized and can be viewed here.  Mayor Lentz, Chair of the SFO Roundtable, also submitted this letter in support of the SFO Airport/Community Roundtable's response.

Video Recordings from Airport Noise Workshops

Airport Noise Workshop of 11/4/2016

Airport Noise Workshop of 10/24/2016

Airport Noise Workshop of 10/11/2016

Reports from the SFO Noise Abatement Office

Short Term Aircraft Noise Monitoring Report (February, 2016)
This report was prepared after monitoring was completed at Mission Blue Center (from 4/29/15 - 5/13/15).  
Aircraft Noise Terminology & Metric Supplement (2014, accompanied above monitoring report as it provides information on aircraft noise terminology and metric to assist in understanding the measurement result)

Aircraft Overflight & Noise Analysis - Technical Report for Brisbane (December, 2010)
This report measured noise at the Ridge, close to Lipman, and the Brisbane noise monitor.  Review of historical radar data from 2000 through November 2010 was also accomplished using SFO’s Airport Noise and Operations Management System (ANOMS).

Reports from the FAA

Beginning in June 2012, the Federal Aviation Administration provided monthly data detailing the aircraft that departed from SFO and flew through a circle 1 nautical mile in diameter that the FAA created for analytical and operational purposes.  The FAA's objective was to avoid having aircraft penetrate the circle if possible, given safety and other operational constraints.

Last updated: November 9, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

Data from the FAA:

2015
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2014
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2013
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2012
June 3 - 16
July 1 - 22
July 23 - 31
August 1 - 25
August 26 - Sept. 5
Sept. 6 - 19
Sept. 20 - 30
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