Why doesn’t SFB have a curfew or rules similar to those at other airports?
1990 Congress passed legislation that made it extremely difficult for airports to initiate curfews or other noise and access restrictions. This Federal legislation “grandfathered” all existing noise/access restrictions at other airports that had such restrictions. These airports already had noise restrictions that were allowed to remain in place. SFB has a voluntary Noise Abatement Program, which emphasizes noise abatement operational procedures and pilot education.
Please Notice: After clicking "Access Complaint System" a new tab will open in your browser
you to the Public Portal for entering noise complaints. Basic directions for using the noise complaint
provided below. A modern browser such as Chrome or Firefox may be needed to view the complaint system. Ad-block may prevent the complaint window from opening properly.
Use the "Address Search" and "Replay" buttons in order to manipulate flight
track history. The number above the radar target represents the altitude of the aircraft and is accurate to
ft depending on the equipment found onboard the aircraft. The flight tracker includes overflights that are not
departing or arriving into Orlando-Sanford International Airport. Use the "Add Complaints" button
file a complaint.
If you prefer not to use the Complaint Entry System, please call 407-323-2604