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    Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport General Contact Information

    info@flyrmma.com
    303-271-4850

    Monday - Friday
    8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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    11755 Airport Way
    Broomfield, CO 80021

    24-Hour Airport Operations

    Important operations or maintenance issues ONLY
    720-352-0395

    Noise Section Contact Information - Airport Operations Specialist

    Chris Nicholas
    303-271-4850

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  • Noise Abatement Program at RMMA

     

    The Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (RMMA) noise abatement program is designed to minimize noise from aircraft operations and reduce any negative effects on surrounding communities.

    As part of the program, airport staff visits flight schools and other tenants, sharing maps and information about why aircraft noise is a critical issue that everyone must help to mitigate. We also advise surrounding cities and developers about how the airport will affect their developments.

    Friendly Flying

    • Please avoid flying over noise-sensitive areas when practical. Refer to the aerial map View the aerial map in PDF format. for specific noise-sensitive areas (shown in yellow).
    • Engine maintenance run-ups are not allowed between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., except in an emergency.
    • Please fly high and tight patterns, not low approaches. Follow the papis. Maintain pattern altitude of 6,500 feet for singles and 7,000 feet for twins and jets.
    • No intersection takeoffs.

     

    Runway 29R is designated the “calm wind runway” under the recommended noise abatement procedures.

    Safety Always Comes First!

    Note: The above procedures are recommended for arrivals and departures at RMMA. They are not intended to supersede the pilot’s responsibility for compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations, Air Traffic Control clearances and operating parameters of the Aircraft Operations Manual. All recommended procedures are at the pilot's discretion, consistent with safety.

    Last Updated: 5-1-2013