Scottsdale appeals FAA flight path case

By Melissa Rosequist | Scottsdale Independent

The City of Scottsdale, through its in-house and hired California-based lawyers, has filed a petition for review in the United States Court of Appeals against the Federal Aviation Administration.

On March 10, Scottsdale petitioned the court for review of the Federal Aviation Administration’s January final decision to not take any further action to alleviate noise and pollution impacts caused by flight path procedures for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

The petition argues the FAA failed to articulate any rational connection and consider the relevant factors when the federal department announced it had fulfilled its obligations under an implementation agreement stemming from its lawsuit with the City of Phoenix.

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