Regarding John F. Cabrera’s Nov. 13 letter, “Don’t like noise? Then move,” moving legislation to impose a curfew on night time flights should be of the utmost importance.
My pursuit of happiness is a guarantee of my constitutional rights. They are being hijacked. The airport started off small, and should remain small. Originally, United Airport opened Memorial Day weekend 1930.
In 1940, Lockheed purchased the airport as it built war planes that rolled off the assembly lines. After the war, all major carriers moved to Los Angeles International Airport. In the late 1960s, to our dismay, jetliners were capable of using short runways. In 1978, Lockheed, faced with lawsuits and a dying airplane industry, sold it to the airport authority consisting of Burbank, Glendale and Pasadena.