Centennial Airport feels strongly the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has not followed federal requirements to fully inform residents of the impact of the Denver Metroplex project, not just five years from now, but 20 years from now.
Centennial Airport values its long-standing relationship with neighboring communities
Centennial Airport has worked closely, for more than 20 years, with neighboring communities, residents, and local municipalities to achieve an approved noise mitigation plan. Not knowing the full impact of Denver Metroplex risks upending decades of work and collaboration among airport staff and the Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable (CACNR), specifically;
Centennial Airport has formally expressed concern on behalf of its stakeholders and is asking the FAA to “do the right thing.”
Centennial Airport specifically asks the FAA to:
Bottom line: Centennial Airport feels there’s important environmental information missing from the FAA’s Draft Assessment as is evidenced in cases filed in response to other Metroplexes