The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will host two virtual public workshops beginning today about the airspace in Northern California.
The workshops will be via Zoom and livestream on social media on Tuesday, July 20, and Wednesday, July 21. FAA representatives will explain how air traffic operates in one of the busiest and most complex segments of airspace in the U.S. They will also discuss their work to address key recommendations from the Select Committee on South Bay Arrivals and local community noise roundtables.
The workshops will include video and slide presentations followed by a live Q&A session, during which representatives from the FAA, airlines and airports will answer the public’s questions.
The July 20 workshop will run from 6 to 8 p.m. Pacific Time. The July 21 workshop will run from 1 to 3 p.m. Pacific Time.
You must register to attend the Zoom workshops. To register, and to get more information about the workshops, please visit the FAA website. The FAA also will livestream the workshops on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube without a requirement to register.