Fll Airport Noise Information

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport 

The Broward County Aviation Department (BCAD) is committed to minimizing current and potential noise impacts from operations at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). The Aviation Department has installed noise monitoring equipment at two locations in Davie to measure these potential impacts: Tree Tops Park and the Everglades Mobile Home Park. The Town is also represented on the Broward County Aviation Department Airport Noise Abatement Committee (ANAC).

Report a Concern

If residents have any concerns relating to airport noise, you can submit an airport noise inquiry. Please call the Noise Hotline at 866-822-7910, or go to their website.

Part 150 Noise Compatibility Planning Study

The Broward County Aviation Department (BCAD) has begun a study to evaluate aircraft noise compatibility of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) with the local communities. This study is called a “Part 150 Study” because it will follow the process outlined in Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 150 (Airport Noise Compatibility Planning). This includes creating Noise Exposure Maps (NEMs) and a Noise Compatibility Program (NCP). The NEMs show community exposure to certain levels of existing and future airport noise and identify uses that are noncompatible with those levels. The NCP recommends ways to address or reduce those noncompatible uses while preserving aviation safety and airport operational abilities.

Broward County Master Plan 

The Broward County Aviation Department (BCAD) has started to update the Master Plan for Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). This will ensure FLL can meet the future aviation needs of the County. Keeping an up-to-date master plan is a federal requirement. More importantly, it provides a cohesive and cost-effective plan for building new facilities, roads, garages, and utilities at the Airport.


When completed, the master plan update will:

  • Identify FLL’s capital improvements to meet the operational needs through 2035.
  • Satisfy the needs of the market and the community.
  • Balance environmental, social, and economic impacts. 
  • Create documents required by the Federal Aviation Administration. This will allow federal funding through the Airport Improvement Program and collecting the Passenger Facility Charges.

Click on the images below to learn more.

Airspace Modifications - Submit Comments by August 11, 2019

FAA Airspace Flier

FLL North Runway Closed for Upgrades - June through September 2019

Runway Closure