Fight back the unfair airplane noise burden placed on only a few by FAA's NextGen
Massport's Complaint number is 617-561-3333. If you are computer savvy, use Massport's Symphony PublicVue software to file complaints electronically.
To reach Symphony PublicVue portal, click here. You will have to create an account (login) then continue to "replay" that will show previous flights with a 10 min delay. The "replay" button is a circle arrow icon on the left of the screen.
Additionally, you can order an Airnoise button which files complains with the touch of a button. To find more information on how to obtain a free or a subscription Airnoise button visit their website:
To have your complaints registered and responded to, you will have to have a Symphony account which you need to link to your Airnoise button. Instructions are easy to follow and come with the button, in the mail.
Whenever you have a chance, reach out to your Representative and tell them how airplane noise affects your life. Google "Find my representative" and put in your address. It will take you to the contact information of your elected officials.
Those closures affect the volume of take-offs from runway 33L. If you don't see it on our website, just go to the Symphony portal. Any closures will appear there as a pop-up window when you reach the website.
BWFS includes: Arlington, Belmont, Cambridge, Malden, Medford, Somerville, Watertown & Winchester- all communities W/NW of Boston affected by the 33L RNAV departures.
Created in October of 2013 as QuietBelmont the group became shortly after Boston West Fair Skies, a coalition of communities affected by 33L RNAV
We focus on working with Massport and the FAA to achieve some dispersion on the RNAV paths affecting our communities
Monday June 28, 6:00 p.m. EDT Zoom meeting - final update on MIT 33L RNAV study.
Presenter: Myron Kassaraba, Belmont's MCAC Representative
To join the meeting:
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