INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW

TRENTON AIRPORT'S TOTAL FLIGHT OPERATIONS FROM 2018 HAVE ALREADY EXCEEDED THEIR PUBLISHED 2035 FLIGHT PROJECTIONS.

TRENTON'S AIRPORT NOISE ASSESSMENT IS DILUTED BY AVERAGING THEORETICAL DATA OVER A 24 HOUR INTERVAL. IT DOES NOT INCLUDE COLLECTED DATA AND DOES NOT ACCOUNT FOR PEAK NOISE.

FUEL NEEDED FOR PLANES TO REACH THE FRONTIER HUB IN DENVER WILL INCREASE WEIGHT, CAUSING PLANES TO FLY CLOSER TO HOMES DURING TAKE OFF. 

TRENTON AIRPORT IS EXPANDING PROCESSING CAPACITY FROM 1 TO 5. FLIGHTS WILL BE ABLE TO TAKE OFF IN QUICK SUCCESSION. 

BY SEGMENTING THE EXPANSION PROJECT, SMALLER PROJECTS HAVE BEEN PASSED WITHOUT REQUIRING A LARGER ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT. 

QUADRUPLING PASSENGERS WILL CAUSE INCREASED VEHICULAR TRAFFIC, AFFECTING YOUR MORNING COMMUTE AND CREATING MORE CAR EXHAUST. 

NUMBERS YOU NEED TO KNOW

The total number of 2018 flights exceeded projected 2035 flights by

7,888

The distance between Trenton Airport and other major airports

52 miles: Newark Airport

42 miles: Philadelphia Intl.

 

From 2015 to 2018 total flights increased by

24,900

The number of passengers increased from 2016 to 2017 by

30.6%

a jump of 85,218 people

In 2012, Trenton Airport saw only

5,373 

passenger departures...

In 2018, Trenton Airport saw

402,900 

passenger departures