Noise Complaints Lead to Extended Review of Logan 33L Runway Plan

We in Senator Brownsberger’s office have heard from constituents in Belmont and Watertown regarding an increase in airplane traffic and noise over their homes.

Due to the increase in noise complaints from the affected communities, the Federal Aviation Administration will extend the review period for the Runway 33L departure procedure at Logan. You can access more information about the procedure, including  the environmental assessment, here

We in Senator Brownsberger’s office confirmed with MassPort that the review will include all the communities impacted with the R33L departure procedure, including Watertown and Belmont.

Members of the public can convey their concerns and specific noise complaints to the project manager at the FAA the following address:

Ms. Terry English
Project Manager, Boston Logan International
Airport Runway 33L RNAV SID Environmental Assessment
Federal Aviation Administration
11 Murphy Drive
Nashua, NH 03062
[email protected]

Additionally, you can call MassPort at their Noise Abatement Line (617-561-3333) to voice your concerns.

Anne Johnson Landry
Committee Counsel and Policy Advisor
Office of State Senator William N. Brownsberger

Published by Anne Johnson Landry

Anne works as Committee Counsel and Policy Advisor to Senator Brownsberger.