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For the residents of Taman sojana Calia and Kota valisan, aircraft noise has become the bane of their lives.
Thunderous noise can cause roof tiles, metal grilles to vibrate and car alarms to sound, and this daily torture is worse than a nightmare because they can't even sleep.
A resident of Taman sojana Calia said she had not slept well since then.
Almost three o'clock A. M. every day, she was awakened by the screaming sound of the aircraft engine, saying that lack of sleep was a harm to her.
Syukri Osman, 36, moved in four months ago and said there could be as many as 20 times
Take off within 30 minutes.
"We had to put up with the noise of the plane around the clock and imagine that we had to live in such an environment.
"We have no rest," said Syukri . ".
Rokeman Dahalan, a 66-year-old Kota Warisan resident and retiree, said he regretted buying a property here 10 years ago.
"The noise has been bothering me since the first day.
"I would never have chosen to stay here if I knew," Rokeman said . ".
Yeung, a 47-year-old airline pilot who has lived here for 12 years, said the plane noise problem deteriorated when Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2)
Operations began in 2014 and traffic increased.
He said the noise came from planes taking off at one of the three runways at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the 32R runway.
The aircraft taking off from the runway need to follow the flight route of turning immediately after taking off
In several residential areas, it flew over Taman sojana Calia and Kota valisán.
Yang suggested that the plane taking off at this runway can maintain the direction of 326 degrees northwest, instead of turning right, or all flights
The off on the 32R runway was transferred to the 32L runway.
Another suggestion was to impose a curfew.
Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM)
The agency expressed sympathy for their plight, the spokesman said, as Kota Warisan and sajana KLIA were located around the Gazette airport, which did not allow residential development.
In its email response, CAAM said that when residents buy homes near any international airport, they should be fully aware of the possibility of noise pollution.
According to Yeung's operational proposal, CAAM explained that the current operating model for resignation is to leave the operation independently at the same time (Sido)
, Which requires the aircraft taking off from the adjacent runway to be on different tracks after flying in the air.
Therefore, requiring aircraft to avoid flying over the two residential areas would mean a suspension of Sido.
"This means that only one aircraft can take off from any of the three runways in KLIA at a time, thus reducing efficiency and causing flight delays," he said . " The aircraft waiting to take off will result in additional fuel burning and carbon emissions, added.
"All airlines must be aware that fuel is the biggest operating cost.
Average medium-sized jet (B737 or A320)
Burn fuel worth RM400 to RM500 per minute.
"Therefore, delays in the aircraft will require additional RM1, 000 per flight for any airline.
"If 300 flights are involved, this will result in an additional fuel cost of RM300, 000 per day," CAAM said . ".
In its original airport design, CAAM explained that the proposed departure is limited to the 32L runway, the 32L runway is used for landing, and the 32R runway is used for departure.
Switching the landing and takeoff mode will result in the aircraft taking off having to slide 6 km from the terminal to the hold point of the 32L runway, which takes 15 to 30 minutes.
The aircraft landing on the 32R runway must make a sharp turn to the left to join the main taxiway, which makes the aircraft almost stagnant, especially on the wide sideSound aircraft
He explained that this would result in a blockage of the runway and, in turn, reduce the capacity of the airport.
At present, the capacity of the airport is 84 shifts per hour.
KLIA plans to increase this number to 108 per hour with more flights from midnight to six o'clock A. M.
This means that the imposition of a curfew at these times will be a drawback to meeting the airport's full load.
CAAM also noted that the total passenger capacity of KLIA and KLIA2 is now 75 million passengers per year (mppa)
The target is 100 mppa.
The airport is therefore considered to be still operating below capacity.
CAAM also informed residents that any changes to airport operations or curfews require decision-makers who refer to the ministry of transport or the Malaysia Airlines Commission.