Noise Management Program
Managing airport noise is a key part of the TPA’s commitment to the environment and the community. The TPA has commissioned several studies and developed a program to make sure that airport noise is mitigated.
Billy Bishop’s Noise Management Program is designed to improve both the quality and timeliness of the TPA’s response back to the interested community about noise complaints.
Our Noise Management Office receives, investigates, and responding to complaints from the public.
In this section, you will find everything you need to know about noise management at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
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Noise Management Policies
WebTrak is an online tool that makes it easy to see aircraft overhead by making current and historical commercial flight data* available online 24/7 for the community to view.
Please note: Aircraft flying over Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (BBTCA), or beyond our five nautical mile range, are the responsibility of Transport Canada. The TPA is responsible for reviewing and responding to the noise complaints within a distance of five nautical miles. Noise complaints which are not associated with the operation of BBTCA, are referred to Transport Canada or the related airport, contact Transport Canada.
*Medevac, Military and Police flight data is excluded from WebTrak.
- Use your BBTCA WebTrak Dashboard to learn how to use the system.
- Connect to WebTrak
- Adobe Flash 9, or higher
- Internet Explorer 6+, Firefox 2+ or Safari. Other browsers may work but they have not been tested.
2013 Annual Noise Management Report
Click below to download the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Annual Noise Management Report in pdf format. You will need an Adobe reader to view the form. A free reader is available by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.
BBTCA Annual Noise Management Report-2013
2014 Noise Complaint Summaries
Click the month below to download the summary report in pdf format. You will need an Adobe reader to view the form. A free reader is available by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.