A helicopter just flew very low (tree level) over my neighborhood. I would like to know if anyone in cyberspace knows who owns a massachusetts helicopter that's blue, white and has a yellow stripe. I ...
There should be letters and numbers on the side of the tail section "N-####" which is the aircraft registration number with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). If you can write them down and call the FAA (number in the phone book blue pages) and give them the aircraft registration number, they should be able to 1) file a complaint for you, and 2) tell you the owner of the aircraft and possibly give you their contact information, such as business mailing address.
You can also give this info to the police. Be sure to write down the dates and exact times of the fly-by incidents to report with your address information.
I hope this helps.
Best ans.Or call the airport then thay can report it..
Not knowing where the question originated, and therefore not knowing how many airports might reasonably be expected to exist (there are at least 16 public airports that I know of in the metroplex, including 4 small municipal airports within a few minutes of each other, not counting private "pads" where a helicopter could land), I did not suggest an airport contact. If it was known that there are only one or two airports, it would be useful to contact them as they might even know the helicopter owner and possible intent of fly-overs by description of the aircraft.