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Update on the Independent Toronto Airspace Noise Review

In May 2016, Toronto Pearson’s partner and Canada’s air navigation service provider, NAV CANADA, announced an independent review of Toronto’s airspace. The goal of the review is to identify opportunities to reduce noise exposure from aircraft operations.

The review is being conducted by a third party aviation consultancy firm, Helios, and is in its early stages. The first round of consultations took place this past September and the Terms of Reference have been drafted.

The next phase of the review focuses on local issues and concerns, and a second round of consultations will begin this November.

If you would like to receive updates on upcoming opportunities for consultation, please email torontoairspace@askhelios.com.

For more information on the Toronto Airspace Noise Review, follow this link.

Have Your Say: Independent Toronto Airspace Noise Review

In May 2016, Toronto Pearson’s partner and Canada’s air navigation service provider, NAV CANADA, announced that they would be undertaking an independent review of the Toronto Airspace in order to identify opportunities to reduce community noise exposure.

The review is being conducted by a third party aviation consultancy firm, Helios, and is independent from the GTAA and airport operations. This is a unique opportunity for residents to share their feedback about noise management.

The review team will be holding a community consultation next week on Wednesday, September 28 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm at the Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville (90 Bloor St. East).

At this meeting, you’ll have the opportunity to meet the review team and share your comments on the draft Terms of Reference of the review. You can find the draft here.

For more information on the Toronto Airspace Noise Review, visit www.torontoairspacereview.ca.

If you would like to receive emails from the review team related to upcoming opportunities for consultation, please email torontoairspacereview@askhelios.com.