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messageRe: Aircraft noise -
Posted by mikeb April 11, 06:20PM

It's been a great week for noise. Although my kid did complain that the birdsong was waking him up - no pleasing some people!

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Posted by toto April 14, 07:16AM

To a all the people who claim they don't make any noise difference whether planes fly above us or not, please have a listen today - when they don't - and realise how badly Heathrow is located.

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Posted by mikeb April 15, 11:06PM

Still quiet in the mornings. Iím loviní it!

messageRe: Aircraft noise -
Posted by Asset April 16, 08:50AM

Yep, we have East winds forecast until Monday next week, quiet mornings until then.

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Posted by Penguin68 April 16, 08:58AM

To a all the people who claim they don't make any noise difference whether planes fly above us or not, please have a listen today - when they don't - and realise how badly Heathrow is located.

Or how badly you are located? Or did you move to your current address before the airport was built?

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Posted by stephent April 16, 09:28PM

Penguin68 Wrote:
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> To a all the people who claim they don't make any
> noise difference whether planes fly above us or
> not, please have a listen today - when they don't
> - and realise how badly Heathrow is located.
>
> Or how badly you are located? Or did you move to
> your current address before the airport was built?


When Heathrow opened it carried 63,000 passengers a year, and was (initially) built very intelligently to allow for takeoffs and landings in a wide range of directions. If that were still the case I donít think many people would be complaining about the noise.
Aircraft technology changes, flight paths change, passenger numbers change; as such the number and location of impacted people change.

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Posted by ThorNogson April 18, 07:58PM

It has been better this last week without Heathrow over us, but SE London gets no respite- if we don't get Heathrow arrivals we get London City, and in light easterly winds it is both.

April 9th to 18th, saw 10 consecutive days of every single London City aircraft flying under 2000 feet over Forest Hill/Dulwich/Herne Hill. In Nov 2018, Liam McKay, a director of this airport said . 'The key metric for us is noise complaints as a reflection of distress levelsí.
So complain if you are bothered by this at all otherwise they think this is ok. Little airport, big noise.
Here is where you do it. [www.londoncityairport.com]

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