Please submit a pre-written comment to USDOT opposing new "flying taxis". These are also known as Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) or Urban Air Mobility (UAM).
Please CLICK HERE for the instructions and comment text. Please enter your name and city/state/zip -- many entries from our area will carry more weight.
PLEASE COMMENT BY NEXT WEDNESDAY! IT WILL ONLY TAKE 2 MINUTES!
It is time for everyone to GET LOUD and TAKE ACTION. We must express public outrage if there is any chance to stop flying taxis. People on the ground must be protected! FAA/DOT has released an AAM Federal Register Request for Comments (Portal). The deadline to submit comments is August 16, 2023. (Note: please ignore the portal’s stated deadline of 7/17/23 because it has been extended to August 16, 2023). Please comment immediately with our easy copy/paste comment and be sure to copy and paste the entire suggested comment (ends with "CONCLUSION" section).
If you need assistance with the above link, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
AAM "flying taxis" are currently performing test flights, as shown above. This new transportation modality will further congest our airspace, at extremely low altitudes, and will be stacked below jets, helicopters, and other aircraft. Negative impacts include noise, safety, air quality, and loss of privacy.
Source: Joby Aviation
ACT NOW (BY NEXT WEDNESDAY, 8/16) OR IT WILL BE TOO LATE!
The only way to fight AAM is with massive public outcry! The FAA and AAM industry are worried that the public on the ground won’t accept more noise and the visual blight on the landscape. Studio City For Quiet Skies has already submitted a comprehensive comment. We greatly appreciate their efforts and leadership. Now we need you to submit your comment!
If you prefer to write your own comment or use only a portion of the pre-written comment, please include at least the first sentence and link referring to Studio City For Quiet Skies’ submitted comment. Please see our latest emails for additional information about flying taxis: Email 1 and Email 2.
AAM aircraft in an airport hangar with private jet. Even more aircraft flying same flight paths, but lower!