The FAA says it will not revert back to legacy departure-and-arrival procedures at the Phoenix Sky Harbor airport, despite receiving thousands of complaints since new satellite-based NextGen routes were activated in mid-September.  Instead, the agency will reconvene the government and industry group that developed the procedures to evaluate other options to reduce noise. Airlines and controllers began using the five new arrival and nine new departure procedures affecting Sky Harbor and ...

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