Low Flying Planes
Members of the Gnoss Field Community Association sincerely respect the concerns of our neighbors who live close to the airport. While your first contact with such concerns should be airport manager Dan Jensen (email@example.com 415-897-1754), we at GFCA value opportunities to enter into constructive dialog with you about any issues you may have. We will research each noise or low flying incident reported to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, providing prompt feedback and, if indicated, conferring with individual pilots to discuss how they might lessen their impact going forward.
To reduce the noise and annoyances from low-flying aircraft over homes near the airport, GFCA and local aviation businesses have published procedures to “fly friendly” for pilots using Gnoss Field.
Types of Planes That Use Gnoss Field
View a gallery of photographs of aircraft that fly at Gnoss Field. Personal air transportation, air charter, turboprop and business jets, helicopters, medical and medivac, firefighting and even military aircraft all use Gnoss Field for transportation, business, public safety, and training. What you won’t see are scheduled airline flights.