New machine to help solve aiport noise complaints

NEW machines are set to be introduced at Bristol International Airport to enable noise complaints to be dealt with more efficiently.

NEW machines are set to be introduced at Bristol International Airport to enable noise complaints to be dealt with more efficiently.

The tracking monitors, which are to be introduced next year, will enable staff to pinpoint which aircraft were flying where at exactly what time.

This means that if a resident living nearby makes a complaint about the noise coming from planes flying over them, the exact aircraft can be identified using that person's postcode and the time it was seen.

An airport spokesperson said: "This technology means that airline companies can be notified if they veer off a designated flight path and subsequently disturb residents.


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