burbank airportMandatory curfew would affect UPS, FedEx carriers at Bob Hope Airport – Law would make early morning and late night flights illegal at Bob Hope Airport.

A bill moving through the U.S. Congress to allow Bob Hope Airport to change its voluntary curfew to a mandatory one is supported by the airfield and the city of Burbank, but it could present a tricky situation for UPS and FedEx, which rely on early-morning arrivals.

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Burbank Bob Hope Airport’s role in regional transportation was prominently featured at the San Fernando Valley Council of Governments Mobility Summit on October 22. Supervisor Mike Antonovich highlighted the importance of building a new Airport Metrolink station on the Antelope Valley Line at Hollywood Way and San Fernando Road, and Glendale Mayor and Airport Commissioner…

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The Burbank City Council this week voted unanimously to begin negotiations to extend the city’s development agreement with Bob Hope Airport for an additional three years – a sort of “cease fire” that will allow the two parties to plan future capital projects without high-pressure deadlines.

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This is being posted to advise everyone what the City Of Burbank and the Burbank Airport authority are trying to do.

The FAA denied a part 161 Study to impose a Full Night Time Curfew at BUR. Now the City and the Airport Authority are trying to go around FAA regulations by requesting the three Congressmen in the San Fernando Valley propose an amendment to attach to the FAA reauthorization legislation.

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