FAA Proposes Airport Noise Standards For Supersonic Aircraft

As proposed, the FAA’s noise rules would not cover Boom’s Mach 2.2 Overture
Credit: Boom Supersonic
WASHINGTON—Responding to a congressional directive to exercise leadership in enabling the return of supersonic air travel, the FAA has proposed noise certification regulations for new supersonic aircraft. The proposed rules cover landing and takeoff noise and would not lift the existing prohibition...
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