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April 19, 2017 Air Traffic Noise meeting follow-up: April 28, 2017 message from Kathryn Hanford, Manager, GTAA Community Outreach

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Aircraft fling over Long Branch heading toward Pearson Airport, Saturday, April 22, 2017, 2:40 pm. Jaan Pill photo

Aircraft over Long Branch heading toward Pearson Airport, Saturday, April 22, 2017, 2:40 pm. Jaan Pill photo

The following message is from Kathryn Hanford, Manager, Community Outreach, Greater Toronto Airports Authority. To ensure that site visitors can find the links readily, I have made the links more prominent, than they are in the original email. I have added the images, that you see on this page; they are not part of the original email from GTAA. The one exception is the Pearson Airport logo, which is included in the original email.

Community Environmental and Noise (CENAC) April 19 Meeting Follow-up

Good Afternoon,

Thank you for attending the Greater Toronto Airport Authority’s (GTAA) Community Environment and Noise Advisory Committee meeting on the evening of Wednesday, April 19.

At the conclusion of the meeting, we committed to sending a list of the follow-up action items that resulted from the meeting.

The list and responses can be found here >

This list also includes important updates on the noise studies currently underway at Toronto Pearson led by NAV CANADA and the GTAA.

Please let us know if there are any items from the meeting we have missed. The minutes will be uploaded shortly on the same page once they have been fully transcribed.

Construction Update

View from GTAA parking lot, April 19, 2017 at 7:03 pm. Jaan Pill photo

View from GTAA parking lot, April 19, 2017 at 7:03 pm. Jaan Pill photo

Phase 2 of the Rehabilitation work on Runway 05/23 has commenced and is expected to be completed by May 16, 2017. This runway is now completely closed while we do this work. As a result, for the duration of the rehabilitation project, communities to the north and south of the airport will experience more aircraft noise as a result of the increased use of the north/south runway.

More information about the Runway 05/23 Rehabilitation Project can be found here >

Your email address has been added to our distribution list for our monthly e-letter, Checking In, a way that residents can hear directly from us about relevant information about Toronto Pearson – airport events such CENAC meetings, Street Festival, Runway Run and Noise Management topics such as noise management reviews and public consultations. Please look for the upcoming edition to be sent out on Monday.

Residents who were not in attendance at the CENAC meeting but who would like to receive Checking In, can sign up here >

We thank you again for your patience as we work to quickly and safely complete the construction on our busiest runway and look forward to meeting you again at the next CENAC meeting.

Best,

Detail from display panels at GTAA Administration Building, April 19, 2017. Jaan Pill photo

Detail from display panels at GTAA Administration Building, April 19, 2017. Jaan Pill photo

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Kathryn Hanford, Manager, Community Outreach
Greater Toronto Airports Authority | Stakeholder Relations & Communications
P.O. Box 6031, 3111 Convair Drive, Toronto AMF, Ontario, L5P 1B2
Phone 416-776-3413 | Cell 416 427 4918 | Fax 416-776-7593
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2 Responses to April 19, 2017 Air Traffic Noise meeting follow-up: April 28, 2017 message from Kathryn Hanford, Manager, GTAA Community Outreach

  1. Jaan Pill Jaan Pill says:

    Photo from LinkedIn page of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority

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  2. Jaan Pill Jaan Pill says:

    Photo from Instagram page of the GTAA showing work underway at Runway 05-23

    work at 5-23

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