Secret military maneuvers over the Pacific will force planes at LAX to use different routes at night for a week as they takeoff and land over homes instead of the sea

Saturday, November 7, 2015
By Paul Martin

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) officials report that the FAA has closed the Pacific Ocean west of the airport
Air traffic controllers at LAX say the airspace will be used by the military for special operations for a week
It will require commercial planes to use different routes upon takeoff and landing
LAX normally operates in ‘Over-Ocean Operations’ from midnight to 6:30 a.m., whereby aircraft arrive and depart over the Pacific to minimize noise
Those living near the airport may notice a change in aircraft flight plans near the airport and increased levels of noise overnight

7 November 2015

Top secret military operations off the Los Angeles coast is forcing aircraft at one of the country’s busiest airports to take alternative routes for an entire week meaning increased levels of noise for those living nearby.

Aircraft that are landing and departing at LAX at night have been informed that they will not be allowed to take fly over the ocean at low altitudes.

Planes usually fly over the ocean to keep noise levels down, but due to the airspace over the pacific being closed to incoming flights for the next week, planes will have to take more circuitous routes.

Apart from adding on extra minutes to the duration of flights, those living on the ground in areas that are not usually affected by airport noise will have to endure the sounds of low-flying aircraft for the next week.

The entire operation is shrouded in mystery with airport officials claiming that even they are in the dark over exactly what is planned and why its usual airspace is off-limits.

The miliary will also not saying what exactly is causing the change.

“We clearly understand that neighbors and communities east of the airport will experience noise and we apologize for that,” said Nancy Castles, LAX public relations director said to ABC7.

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