Noise Exposure Maps Update

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has updated its Noise Exposure Maps that depict noise levels (contours) near the airport. The final document summarizing the Update process and displaying the Existing (2013) and Future (2018) Noise Exposure Maps is now available at the link below.

The Airport began the Map Update in 2012 and conducted six public workshops to gain input about the Update process. Comments were gathered on the Draft document and final document was prepared. The Airport submitted the final document to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the FAA's formal acceptance of the updated maps in June 2014. It is estimated that the FAA review could take approximately three months. Once the FAA formally accepts the Noise Exposure Maps, they will become the official Noise Exposure Maps for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

Final Noise Exposure Map Update

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