When the new F-35 fighter aircraft goes on the wings, will far more neighbors than in the day to be bothered by the noise.
Calculations from the ministry of Defence shows that the 618 homes in the area around the Air base Skrydstrup in southern Jutland will be exposed to aircraft noise exceeding the limit values.
It informs the ministry of Defence at a public meeting in Vojens Hallerne on Thursday evening.
today, with the F-16 aircraft, it is about 41 homes, and thus 15 times as many homes being affected by noise.
Koncernstyringschef in the ministry of Defence Per Pughom Olsen says to Ritzau, that the 618 is surprising many.
- We have known that the F-35 would be louder than the F-16. But there is no doubt that the 618 homes is a large number.
For 558 of 618 homes are overrun less than or equal to five decibels. Thus, 60 homes remain above five decibels. And it is according to Per Pugholm Olsen, fewer than expected.
Initially the calculations have been published last year, and it has frustrated many in the area that they have had to wait so long in the dark.
Thus pulling it namely also prolonged to get the message about how the affected could be compensated by the state.
the Calculations is therefore crucial, where many of the hardest hit that will be offered to be redeemed of their houses, because it will be impossible for them to live in flystøjen.
For others, the calculations must be used to determine whether their residence will be støjsikres.
Residents, however, must arm themselves with patience, for only after the summer will the ministry of Defence to submit a compensation scheme for the most vulnerable neighbors, informs the ministry.
The well 16 billion for new fighter aircraft was allocated by the Danish parliament's finance committee in 2017.
Since Jyllands-Posten been able to demonstrate that the defence minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen (V), up to the appropriation failed to inform Parliament that there were problems with the validation of the measures, which should ensure that the aircraft could fly such that residents would not be forced out of their houses because of the noise.
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Will move the F-35-terminal
Residents in Skrydstrup must reckon with significantly more aircraft noise in the future, when the new F-35 fighter aircraft. But one win can the residents of the small village, however, the hive in the country no matter what.
After that the considerable noise has been publicly known, is the Defense agreed to move the terminal, which will house the new F-35 fighter aircraft. ’
It will, however, still lie within Flyvestationens area – however totally out in the southwest corner furthest away from the residential.
– I would actually describe as a victory. Here on Bjergvang are we particularly bothered by the terminalstøjen, says Knud Erik Jørgensen, who himself has worked as an aircraft maintenance mechanic at flyvestationen.
The so-called terminalstøj comes when the fighter planes warming up for departure. It can take between 20 minutes and half an hour. The price to move the terminal shall be borne by the Defence.
Defence minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen has stated that the price will land on 260 million dollars. A further 50 million dollars are to be used on among other things the development and construction of roads.
if the terminal gets moved, so will the planes still use the same runway with the noise, which belongs.