CMH Part 150 Noise Compatibility Program Study

The Columbus Regional Airport Authority's noise program includes conducting periodic noise compatibility program updates relating to John Glenn Columbus International Airport. Often referred to as Part 150 studies, the process includes informative workshops where the public can view and comment on study findings and the study process itself. The most recent report, conducted before the 2016 renaming of the airport from Port Columbus International to John Glenn Columbus International, is documented in the detailed pages available via the links listed below. The 2007 Part 150 Study is below. The current project update is in process and the project website can be found here:

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Submission Checklist

Table of Contents


Chapter 1 Background

Chapter 2 Affected Environment

Chapter 3 Baseline Noise Exposure

Chapter 4 Noise Compatibility Plan

Appendix A FAA Policies, Guidance, and Regulations

Appendix B Field Noise Measurements and Noise Complaints

Appendix C Noise Modeling Methodology

Appendix D Land Use Assessment Methodology

Appendix E Noise Abatement Alternatives

Appendix F Land Use Alternatives

Appendix G Public Involvement

Appendix H 2023 Noise Exposure (NEM) / Noise Compatibility Program (NCP)

Appendix I Grid Point Analysis

Appendix J Forecast