Why Is The Airpark So Important?
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Regional Administrator, Eastern Region, Marie Kennington-Gardiner, describes the benefits the Airpark has for the county and the nation as a whole.
Can the Montgomery County Airpark Limit “Touch and Goes”, Hours of Operations, or Number of Flights?
Acting Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Regional Administrator, Eastern Region, Marie Kennington-Gardiner, describes the Airpark's limitations when setting aircraft operation parameters. It should be noted that the Airpark is limited to setting voluntary restrictions. Legally, these restrictions are unenforceable. However, noise mitigation - among other community concerns - is a strongly emphasized component of every meeting and internal memo at the Airpark.
What Are Some of the Positive Economic Benefits of the Airpark to the Community?
Keith Miller, Chief Executive Officer of The Montgomery County Revenue Authority - which is the owner and government sponsor of the Airpark - provides insight into the Airpark's significant economic impacts.
How Is Airpark Noise Measured?
Reggie Davis, Communications Officer with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) defines the federally recognized parameters for determining noise output of airports within the United States.
Why Did a Plane Fly Out of the Pattern and Is It Okay?
Reggie Davis, Communications Officer with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) explains why planes might fly out of the pattern around the Airpark and why it's a normal operational maneuver to preserve safety standards.