Naples Airport Authority and airport staff work continuously to maintain good relations with federal and local agencies, and community groups to ensure that we exhibit a commitment to being a good neighbor.
This includes working with the community to address excessive aircraft noise. A number of noise abatement procedures have been instituted to ensure that Naples Airport and the aviation community remain sensitive to quality of life issues. Naples Airport Authority considers aircraft noise a priority issue and the airport is a noise sensitive airport. Efforts by the authority to reduce the impacts of aircraft noise date back to the first Naples Airport Master Plan in the 1970’s. Since then, the Authority has remained in the forefront of aviation noise issues by instituting a ban on Stage 1 and Stage 2 jets and a voluntary nighttime use restriction. The Authority has also realized the importance of having a full-time airport employee dedicated to working with the community and pilots to address noise issues.
For more information please contact Diane Terrill, Deputy Executive Director, at (239) 643-0733 or email email@example.com.