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Fly Quiet Survey

The Chicago Department of Aviation will be compiling data, including submitted surveys, to measure if the Fly Quiet Rotation test was a successful aircraft noise abatement program.  Once the rotation test is completed on December 25th, the Fly Quiet Program will return to its original format.

If you would like to provide feedback on the runway rotation, please click here to complete the survey.  

 

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved a six-month test of the Fly Quiet Runway Rotation to bring nighttime noise relief to residents living near O'Hare International Airport.  The Test will begin on Wednesday, July 6, 2016.  The purpose of the test is to evaluate a condition that could be in place until runway 14R/32L is permanently closed. The test is intended to occur during the overnight hours when demand requires one arrival and one departure runway. The test includes a 25-week schedule that consists of 12 weekly periods intended to balance the overnight noise. Each new week would begin on Sunday evening at 10p.m. or after when demand allows for one arrival and one departure runway.

 



 
 
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