We are not alone.

We are at a point where we can tell the Port of Bellingham, "No, thanks". These other cites never had a choice and/or never knew before it was too late. The Port of Bellingham knew exactly what they did when a single person, Art Choat, the Aivaition Director sought the FAA grants to keep the airport open and without any concern to anyone even knowing the risks accepted the grants and now they are under the FAA requirement to serve. So simply give the money back!

Citizens Againts Airport Porllution CAAP
US-Citizens Aviation Watch


Flight Patterns By Arron Koblin


KGMI Radio




Residents Say OIA Expansion Will Ruin Their Community



Hundreds of Lake Nona residents voice concerns about OIA expansion plans

Among issues at public hearing: Noise, pollution, traffic and impact on wildlife,0,755515.story




The Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming

TAKE BACK THE SKY (Sierra Club Books, 2004) describes the problems faced by communities in the path of aviation expansion, including the laws, science and organizational systems behind this issue. The book makes the policy case for environmentally sustainable aviation.