Proposed noise mitigation measures under study by the Los Angeles World Airport Authority do not contain an outright ban on Stage 2 jets at Van Nuys Airport. However, the airport authority’s goal of establishing a maximum daytime noise limit of 77 dBA for all aircraft operations at the airport effectively bans Stage 2 jets.
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One Six Right, a documentary of Van Nuys Airport in California, is now available on DVD for $28.95 (plus shipping and handling). The DVD can be ordered online at www.onesixright.com (where a preview is available) or purchased at the airport from Hollywood Aviators, the exclusive reseller of the 90-minute presentation.
On February 1, LAWA, which owns and operates Van Nuys, issued a request for proposal for demolition of existing buildings and development of a new facility at 16200 Daily Drive, location of The Jet Center, a former Garrett Aviation Services completions and refurb facility.
Aviation (The Jet Center) facility at 16200 Daily Drive. Los Angeles World Airports, which operates VNY, told AIN that a bidder has been selected but no information was available about the winner or its plans for the property. “I chose not to bid,” said Richard Michaels, vice president of marketing for Allied Capital’s Mercury Air Centers/Corporate Wings FBO chain.
Stage 2 jets are under attack again at Van Nuys Airport (VNY) in Southern California. The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners directed Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), which operates VNY, to consider an alternative to spur elimination of Stage 2 jet operations.
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