Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport has developed the Noise Abatement program in an effort to be responsive to the concerns of our neighbors and to continue to provide an excellent facility for your use. The purpose of this program is to minimize the impact of aircraft operations at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport on the surrounding communities.
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Recommended noise abatement procedures:
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|Please avoid flight over noise sensitive areas as practical. Refer to the aerial map for specific noise sensitive areas (shown in yellow).|
|Climb out at best angle (vx). Climb as high as possible before leaving the airport boundaries consistent with safety.|
|No intersection take-offs.|
|No engine maintenance run-ups between 10:00 p.m. And 6:00 a.m. Except in an emergency.|
|Please fly high and tight patterns, not low approaches. Follow the papis. Maintain pattern altitude of 6,500' for singles and 7,000' for twins and jets.|
Safety Always Comes First!
Note: The above procedures are recommended for arrivals and departures at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport. They are not intended to supersede the responsibility of the pilot for compliance with FAR's, ATC clearances and operating parameters of the Aircraft Operations Manual. All recommended procedures are at the pilots discretion, consistent with safety.
Noise Complaint Line 303-271-4874
Noise Line Procedures:
When calling the airport noise hotline please provide complete information including address, city, subdivision, date and time of each occurrence of excessive airport noise, type of aircraft (jet, helo, prop) and type of operation, if possible (taking off, landing, training). Also, please call in complaints as close to the time of the occurrence. Email complaints are not accepted.
Complaints that include swearing, vulgarity, or threatening remarks will NOT be logged.
View a map of noise sensitive areas (pdf) around the airport.
Last Modified: Mar 11, 2013 12:20 PM