O’Hare International Airport Noise Pollution Student Name Institution Professor Course Date Introduction A dramatic shift in O’Hare flight paths in October 2013 saw an increase in reported complaints to a high figure of more than 268 000 in the year 2014 regarding jet noise emanating from the Chicago based international airport. In 2015 this figure still stood high at 2 483 complaints per month followed by John F.Kennedy International Airport at 171 complaints-a figure 14.5 times lower than that of O’Hare. This is according to an investigation by the Chicago Sun-Times in collaboration with the Better Government Association. The increase in jet noise complaints in O’Hare appear to have steadily spike each time there is a change in flight path. Notably since the airport’s decision to factor the concerned authorities should form task force teams to collaborate with communities to receive and evaluate complaints give feedbacks come up with ideas and noise reduction strategies. These strategies include reduction of flight frequencies on certain flight paths and runways proper consultations before establishment of new flight paths runways and even increase in capacities of airport runways phasing out of MD80 fleet at O’Hare and noise insulations. References O’Hare International Airport Noise Recommendations. (2015) (1st ed. pp. 1-12). Chicago. Retrieved from chicagotonight.wttw.com Pilsk E. (2012). Airport Noise Litigation in the 21st Century: A Survey of Current Issues. Issues In Aviation Law And Policies 11(3) 372-374. Retrieved from www.kaplankirsch.com Rossi R. (2015). O'Hare Airport Tops In Nation With Noise Complaints. Better Government Association. Retrieved 1 March 2018 from https://www.bettergov.org/news/ohare-airport-tops-in-nation-with-noise-complaints [...]
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