(1)aviation noise management is crucial to the continued increase in airport capacity;
(2)community noise concerns have led to uncoordinated and inconsistent restrictions on aviation that could impede the national air transportation system;
(3)a noise policy must be carried out at the national level;
(4)local interest in aviation noise management shall be considered in determining the national interest;
(5)community concerns can be alleviated through the use of new technology aircraft and the use of revenues, including those available from passenger facility charges, for noise management;
(6)revenues controlled by the United States Government can help resolve noise problems and carry with them a responsibility to the national airport system;
(7)revenues derived from a passenger facility charge may be applied to noise management and increased airport capacity; and
(8)a precondition to the establishment and collection of a passenger facility charge is the prescribing by the Secretary of Transportation of a regulation establishing procedures for reviewing airport noise and access restrictions on operations of stage 2 and stage 3 aircraft.
2012—Par. (5). Pub. L. 112–95, § 111(c)(2)(B), substituted “charges” for “fees”.
Pars. (7), (8). Pub. L. 112–95, § 111(c)(2)(A)(vi), substituted “charge” for “fee”.
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