Brian Frosh

Following legal action, FAA cuts off talks with BWI roundtable on flight noise

Following legal action, FAA cuts off talks with BWI roundtable on flight noise

The Federal Aviation Administration has cut off talks with Maryland and a community group about flight noise at BWI Marshall Airport, after Attorney General Brian Frosh filed a pair of petitions last month asking the agency to readjust flight paths to reduce the noise.

Gov. Larry Hogan directed Frosh to file the petitions on behalf of upset neighbors of BWI Marshall and Reagan National airports who were displeased with airliners flying lower over their homes after the federal government rolled out a new system of air traffic management in 2014.

Maria Stanco, a deputy...

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