What noise abatement procedures are in effect?

RMMA publishes voluntary noise abatement procedures in order to encourage pilots to fly as community-friendly as possible. These procedures should be used only when practical.In all cases, safety and air traffic control instructions take precedence.

In addition to the above procedures, RMMA encourages all tenants and airport users to follow the National Business Aircraft Association’s Fly Quiet procedures. These procedures can be found on the NBAA Environment web page.

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1. What can the RMMACNR do to keep airplanes from flying over my neighborhood?
2. How busy is the airport? How is the level of activity at the airport measured?
3. What are RMMA’s hours of operation?
4. Why can’t planes take off in the “other” direction?
5. Who do I call to complain about airplane noise?
6. What noise abatement procedures are in effect?
7. Is there a legal minimum altitude that airplanes can fly over residential areas?