Queens residents have started a ruckus about the increase in air traffic racket overhead, according to the New York Daily News. Have you made your voice heard?
With the introduction earlier this year of a new flight corridor in the area, some Queens residents have noticed an uptick in the number of loud airplanes soaring into LaGuardia and Kennedy International, the paper said.
The result? An increase in cases of jangled nerves from high-impact engine noise for residents whose homes are in the path of rapidly-descending aircraft.
With Forest Hills set almost exactly between the city's two major airports, we want to know — have you noticed an increase in air traffic noise?
Are you bothered by the noise? Or is it just a lot of buzz with ultimately nothing to worry about?
Tell us what you think. Vote in the poll below and share your thoughts in the comments.