An aerodrome operator1 may establish and maintain a scheme (a 'noise control scheme') for the purpose of avoiding, limiting or mitigating the effect of noise connected with the taking off or landing of aircraft at the aerodrome2. A noise control scheme may:
(1) require operators of aircraft which are to take off or land at the aerodrome to secure that specified3 requirements are complied with in relation to the aircraft after they take off, or before they land, at the aerodrome4;
(2) prohibit aircraft of specified descriptions from taking off or landing at the aerodrome during specified periods5;
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