Petitioning Administrative Services & Airports, San Mateo County Michael Wentworth and 4 others

Surf Air, Inc.: Stop, or reroute, Surf Air flights that are using KSQL (San Carlos) Airport

There has been a substantial increase in noticeable noise from low flying aircraft that are now traversing over Redwood City, Atherton, Menlo Park, Palo Alto and nearby neighborhoods.  The increased noise is mostly the result of new flights from a startup company called Surf Air that has initiated commercial operations into and out of San Carlos Airport (KSQL).  

Surf Air is planning to expand services with a new round of $65 million in funding, and it is likely that there will be additional flights added to the San Carlos airport.  That means the current approach corridor, as approved by the FAA, will see additional noisy flights over neighborhoods in Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Atherton and Redwood City.  Many of the affected neighborhoods are located near the Middlefield Road corridor.  In addition, these aircraft fly over or near Encinal Elementary, Walter Hays Elementary and Menlo Atherton High School.  

If you find the noise objectionable, OR

if you are concerned about the negative impact on your property’s value, OR

if you are concerned about potential accidents due to aircraft flying over our homes and schools,

then please indicate your objection to Surf Air's flight path into San Carlos airport by signing this petition.


Thank you for your participation and please reach out to your neighbors to get them involved.

Letter to
Administrative Services & Airports, San Mateo County Michael Wentworth
Airport Manager Gretchen Kelly
Board of Supervisors, San Mateo County Warren Slocum
and 2 others
VP Operations Jim Sullivan
CEO, Surf Air Jeff Potter
Stop, or reroute, Surf Air flights that are using KSQL (San Carlos) Airport

Since air service was initiated by Surf Air, the noise over my neighborhood has become intolerable. Please review options to modify the approach path to KSQL so our communities can once again enjoy a better living environment.

As a scheduled operator into KSQL, Surf Air needs to look at alternative routes, or airports better suited to handle the air traffic introduced by their airplanes.