The Federal Arrogance Administration (FAA)
New York Congressman Steve Israel calls the FAA the "Federal Arrogance Administration."
FAA's NextGen: Neither clean nor environmentally friendly. . .
U.S. politicians and residents speak out against the misery of being crop-dusted by the FAA's low-altitude NextGen flight
paths — the health effects, loss of sleep, property devaluation, aircraft noise and the carcinogenic air it brings to
the environment and cities. Click here to comprehend NextGen in under 30 seconds.
As of March 30, 2016: 38,295 total petitioners against aircraft pollution in the U.S., with 49,042 including petitioners internationally.
City of Phoenix sues FAA over FAA's NextGen aircraft noise and aircraft pollution
This young woman's story of suffering beneath aircraft noise will break your heart.
"I'm on the edge of breaking because it is so bad."
Mayor of Phoenix Greg Stanton and his representatives explain FAA's policy of disregard for United States citizens.
U.S. Rep. Steve Lynch in dogfight with FAA over NextGen aircraft noise and pollution. Calls FAA most unresponsive agency in
Santa Cruz Noise
Santa Cruz attorney cites destruction of pristine natural habitat by FAA's dirty NextGen transportation system.
Arizona Senator John McCain sends letter to FAA Administrator Huerta urging changes to noisy flight tracks.
California Bay Area Resident files lawsuit against Federal Aviation Administration for unbearable aircraft noise.
Santa Cruz, CA
Santa Cruz, CA. citizens demonstrate against concentrated noisy NextGen flight tracks over their homes.
Palo Alto, CA
Palo Alto, California residents complain about aircraft noise from flawed FAA NextGen air transportation system.
Congresswoman Schakowski says if you are not at the table then you are probably on the menu re: aircraft noise.
Maryland residents in for rude awakening from FAA's NextGen aircraft noise and aircraft pollution strategy.
Toronto residents unite to fight for their airspace saying Nav Canada appears only accountable to the airline industry.
German protesters flow into the streets in opposition to airport expansion and aircraft noise and pollution.
Germans protest against aircraft noise terror in the busy airport terminal. Loudly, just like the jets disturb their peace
Chicago political activist Jac Charlier challenges Mayor Emanuel to come out from hiding re: O'Hare jet noise.
San Diego Noise
San Diego taxpayers give FAA hell over NextGen aircraft noise and pollution. FAA sits stone-faced, deaf and mute.
Chicago political activist John Kane says meeting with Mayor Rahm Emanuel over aircraft noise a waste of time.
Convenient for Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel: Air traffic over his home delayed until 2021.
Chicago residents sing their Highway Over their Heads anthem to protest FAA's noisy, polluting NextGen flight tracks.
Congressman Quigley tells FAA to alter O'Hare's disruptive flight patterns that rain down misery and sleep disturbance.
Chicago residents: adversity of living beneath constant air traffic and loss of quiet enjoyment from FAA's NextGen.
Chicago residents join forces to reduce property tax due to O'Hare aircraft noise and FAA's NextGen.
Santa Cruz Save Our Skies: "An incessant assault. . you feel helpless . . . you can't stop it. . . you can't go outside"
Chicago residents break U.S. record, logging more than 1 million O'Hare noise complaints!
Charlotte, North Carolina residents bombarded by FAA NextGen noise and pollution.
New York Noise
N.Y. Rep. Grace Meng introduces "Quiet Communities Act of 2015" to benefit all communities across U.S.
New York Congressman Steve Israel calls the FAA the "Federal Arrogance Administration."
Park Slope, Brooklyn resident says FAA and Port are green-washing filthy NextGen air transportation system.
Air France sponsors Paris UN climate conference, but who are they really kidding?
Washington, D.C. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton requests hearing on aircraft noise.
Long Island, N.Y.
Aircraft noise researcher and educator Len Schaier reports on NextGen noise and FAA regulations.
Queens, NY resident to aircraft noise and FAA: take a hike! LGA is a bad neighbor for Queens' residents.
New York State Senator Tony Avella from Queens to Federal Aviation Administration: "This is not acceptable!"
New York's U.S. Senator Charles Schumer sells out New Yorkers and all of America in his 2012 FAA Reauthorization bill vote.
Queens, NY jet engine sound monitors reveal residents suffer from levels of jet noise considered unhealthy.
NYC Councilman Dromm together with Queens environmental groups, criticize FAA NextGen aircraft noise and misery.
Auckland, New Zealand families starting to feel the pain and misery of living under NextGen aircraft noise flight tracks.
"As I told the FAA in July when I visited DC, we will not be denied, we will not stop, and we truly believe that ultimately,
we will prevail." -- Santa Monica Mayor Kevin McKeown
"The bottom line is that there are many, many more aircraft in the skies these days. This is not a problem for just one city,
it is a national quagmire. If the number of vehicles on the surface of the earth increased exponentially over just a few
years, there would be an outcry from citizens to manage and control the mess. And steps would be taken to do so.
The FAA is swaggering around like this is the wild, wild west, and has become the darling agency of the airline industry,
who reap in enormous profits at the expense of our health and quality of life.
The free-for-all must stop. Our politicians and legislators must step up to the plate. They cannot stand idly by as a federal
agency black-tops over our homes and smothers us beneath a slab of roaring noise and ghastly pollution!" -- Brooklyn, NY resident
"My life and my neighborhood are worthless not only to the FAA and Port Authority, but also to the people who represent me."
-- Queens, NY resident
"NextGen is the FAA's war on noise abatement" -- Queens, NY resident.
"It's like living in a combat zone that isn't supposed to exist . . . If we logged complaints, we would literally have to
sit down on the computer or telephone all day, for hour after hour, documenting plane after plane." -- Baltimore Resident
300 million Americans are begging for some cooperation from the FAA
FAA Top Level Organization Chart headed by Administrator Daniel K. Elwell
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Great Lakes Region - Office of the Director, AGL-600
Federal Aviation Administration
Office of the Division Manager, AGL-600
2300 East Devon Avenue
Des Plaines, Illinois 60018
Voice: (847) 294-7272 Fax: (847) 294-7036
Office of the Director, AGL-600 Title Name (email) Phone 2017 salary
Director, Susan Mowery-Schalk, 847-294-7272, email@example.com, $192,362
Deputy Director, Jim Keefer 847-294-7055, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, $189,931
Secretary, Theresa Bonk, 847-294-7272, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Administrative Officer, Geralyn Zachas, 847-294-7273 email@example.com, $103,232
Program Analyst, Jeannette Felkins, 847-294-8446 firstname.lastname@example.org,
Air Traffic Controller, Ronald W. Wood, 440-251-0353, email@example.com, $185,029
Air Traffic Controller, James Frank Arrighi, 202-567-1284, firstname.lastname@example.org, $180,178
FAA is doing nothing about Boeing Dreamliner
FAA failing to cost effectively implement nextgen tech
The Ugly History of tool Development at the FAA
A failed FAA nextgen program
FAA hiring scandal
FAA computer failure
FAA’s $93,000 question
FAA written test failures spike
FAA fails to stop seat shrinkage
FAA failures stories
9-11: NORAD and FAA Timelines; in perspective
Another failed FAA safety program
A Review of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Air Traffic Controller Hiring, Staffing and Training Plans
The Failure to Defend the Skies on 9/11
FAA nextgen failure in Phoenix
FAA fundamental failure
FAA nextgen failures
FAA Failure on 9/11: The Wall Street Lawyer and the JSOC Hijack Coordinator
FAA’s MSAW Failures: 16 years and no progress?
NTSB FAA investigations
Oversight Broken, Broken, Broken, Particularly in Texas
Advocate statements on FAA failures
The Failures of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
FAA failures are too close for comfort
Spotlight revealed FAA’s failures. Here’s how to eliminate them.
Lake Arrowhead residents asks for cooperation from FAA
Washington D.C. residents ask for cooperation from FAA
Burien, Washington residents intensify fight with the FAA over airplane noise
FAA flight changes continue to affect Charlotte, North Carolina residents
Studio City, California Residents oppose FAA
Appeals court rules against D.C. residents in fight over noise from National Airport
Point Loma, California Residents Protest Plane Route Change
Airport called on to silence ‘unrelenting’ airplane noise
San Diegans are tired of airport noise
San Diegans air frustrations over flight path changes
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan asked Attorney General Brian Frosh to sue the Federal Aviation Administration over the noise from
San Diegans reject proposed Lindbergh Field flight path changes
The problems were caused by a change the administration made in 2014, when the Next Generation Air Transportation System was
implemented, the residents said.
FAA to held Southern California public briefings
Culver City, California sues FAA
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan directed Attorney General Brian E. Frosh on Tuesday to sue the Federal Aviation Administration over
new flight patterns at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport.
Newport Beach sues FAA over proposed flight routes
Pamela Barsam Brown: Now is the time to battle FAA over south Boulder air route
The bill also contains measures to address airplane noise including studies to better understand the effect of noise on communities,
programs to address the specific subsets of noise impacts, and the funding to execute these programs.
Laguna Beach and Newport Beach file suit against FAA
Culver City, California lawsuit against FAA
Legal Firm to take action against FAA
Laguna Beach and the FAA
Baltimore Citizens group annual report says FAA 'disowns responsibility' for BWI noise
Columbus, Ohio Nextgen changes delayed again.