It’ll be noisier for LAX neighbors as flight paths shift because of military activity
Los Angeles International Airport officials are diverting arriving flights away from normal landing routes to steer clear of temporary military airspace, airport officials have announced.
The paths will bring more noise to residential areas directly east of LAX until Thursday, when the military airspace is no longer active, officials said in a statement.
Flights typically use a route that takes aircraft over the ocean from midnight until 6:30 a.m. in an effort to minimize noise in residential areas.
No information about the military activity was provided.
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