Do any of you who resides in SJ/USJ/surrounding areas hear of the deafening sound of low-flying planes especially in the middle of the night. It is quite frequent almost every night nowadays.
A few months ago, my 2yr-old toddler woke up crying because a plane was flying so low and the noise was extremely loud, in fact, i thought it was going to crash in our area, at that moment i was only thinking about not having written a will yet, .....
I thought Subang airport is no longer in use.
A staff at Subang airport mentioned that Subang airport is
still in use, but for aircrafts (a certain commercial airliner)
that are in need of maintenance, major repair, and the like. No wonder those low-flying planes are making strange noises, sometimes they sounded like they were having difficulties climbing, making a turn, etc
Questions (fellow forumer, pls provide your input)
- How safe is this practice, i.e., low-flying aircrafts (worsen by the fact that these aircrafts are in need of maintenance or repair) in high density/populated residential areas. Has there been a law enacted in relations to this?
- Can residents file noise complaints, to whom and how
(Which body regulates airspace, etc).
Or perhaps this issue has been highlighted before, kindly provide a link if there is any (current only please, i.e, after KLIA replaced Subang airport)