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WELCOME TO THE BOSTON LOGAN AIRPORT NOISE STUDY (BLANS) WEBSITE

The Boston Logan Airport Noise Study (BLANS) is a cooperative and unique effort undertaken by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) and the Logan Airport Community Advisory Committee (CAC). CAC members represent more than 30 of the 90 communities within the 20-nautical mile radius study area around Boston Logan International Airport.

Venn Diagram Showing FAA, Massport, and CAC inter-relationship with BLANS project

The primary focus of the Boston Logan Airport Noise Study is to determine viable means to reduce noise from aircraft operations at, to and from Boston Logan International Airport without diminishing airport safety and efficiency. Currently, participation primarily consists of FAA, Massport and local government appointed members of CAC who strive to:

  1. keep you informed on current progress,
  2. provide you access to information used by the three parties for decision-making, and
  3. give you a means to contact a representative to share your concerns and seek answers to questions.

We encourage you to navigate through the website to learn more about the study and how to stay informed. If you have any additional questions, please contact members of the Boston Logan Airport Study project management team.









This website last updated December 16, 2013 ::





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