FAA Looking to Change Denver Flight Paths
April 19, 2017
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  • Denver has some of the nation’s heaviest traffic in the skies.

     Now it’s one of the areas where the Federal Aviation Administration is looking to make changes that would make traffic more efficient and safer.

     The FAA is hoping to use new technology and flying methods to keep these “highways in the sky” safe.

     Donna Urban showed up to a public meeting Tuesday night worried about noise. She lives near Centennial Airport.

     “I get woken up in the middle of the night,” Urban said.

     She was one of many people at the Greenwood Village City Hall to meet with the FAA, which is proposing to modify around 30 flight paths into seven airports, including Centennial Airport and DIA.