Facts are facts. The Federal Aviation Administration must be required to address all three of the changes it made to the original Big Sur approach: The ground track, the altitudes and the concentration. And it must address the redirecting of significant traffic from elsewhere on the Peninsula to the skies over Los Altos. We are inundated from all sides.
Despite extensive PR spin, the current implementation of NextGen under which everyone is suffering actually has very little to do with the stated goals of modernization, fuel efficiency, safety and environmental responsibility. Rather, it has everything to do with increasing throughput of aircraft through the nation’s airports regardless of the consequences to the residents, including those many miles (20-60 miles or more) away from any airport.