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The noise, without the altitude

You like our Fan Noise but want to try something bigger? What about the turbines of an aircraft? The steady sound present in the passenger's cabin is often felt as soothing and can help mute distracting or sudden noises.

Without a boarding pass, enter the aircraft and choose your seat: economy is the best when it comes to noise!

Published on January 1st, 1970

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  I have used this now for about 9 years. When I know I need to focus and zone out any background noises, at the office or home, this has been my trusty noise canceler. Thank you very much!

  This is SOOO epic! It's really realistic and feels just like I'm in a plane - just without some of the annoying noises and announcements :) !!! Also helps you concentrate, it's just a comforting hum in the background!

  I recommend this life saving option to tens of thousands to mask out the dreaded hum so many forums and Facebook Groups are about. The best FB group based on facts over the last 10 years about a source that is likely the cause of the majority of these in dwelling LF tonal sound, vibrations and barometric type pressure sensations is THE REAL WORLD HUM group.

  My husband is from Europe, so we have flown there many times. I love it when they turn out the lights in the cabin and everyone falls asleep. The hum of the engines is so soothing. This page here on myNoise brings me back to those overnight trips. Thank you!

  I love the sound of the A320 that my airline Indigo uses. It always relaxes me, and puts me to sleep This wonderful doohickey is the only thing that has come close to helping me replicate that sound!

  I flew on an Airbus A330-300 for an overnight flight once. This sounds so much like it!

  We have reached our cruising altitude of 30,000 feet, flight attendants should be passing out sodas and snacks in a moment.

  I open another tab with only the talking from the Finnish Sauna soundscape while this is playing, grab a glass of blueberry juice and imagine myself on a Finnair flight or something.

  Finally I get to make my own aircraft cabin noise. I am very specific about how I want it...But seriously, encountered this after failing to find a downloadable airplane interior sound that didn't have SOME annoying frequency in it. With this, I have complete control.

  You will find this and all the other safety information in the card located in the seat pocket in front of you. We strongly suggest you read it before take-off. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask one of our crew members. We wish you all an enjoyable flight.

  Takeoff checklist complete... 3308 rolling. 80 knots, Checked, V1, Rotate, V2. Positive rate, gear up, Flaps up. 3308 ready for heading 090. The takeoff setting is so good.

  Wonderful! Not only does it help me focus on my work and ignore my noisy neighbors, it gently reminds me of of vacation travel in happier times. The only thing that could possibly make this better would be if the meditation bell were to sound like the flight attendants' chime.

  This sound is so amazing! It reminds me when i'm in U.S C-130 Aircraft.

  Really nice! I used it while playing a basic flight simulator, Really good. Relaxing!

  This is the only thing that suppresses my tinnitus. Plus, I love airplanes, so doubly great.

  Holy cow, this is just nice. Just a plain, low rumble but it doesn't sound ominous at all. Very relaxing.

  I like to call it "noise without the carbon footprint!" I miss going on planes and i miss the sound, especially the vibe of overnight flights, but i guess it IS better for the environment. At least I have this noise generator <3

  This custom noise is relaxing for me. Try it out, and you can reduce the low treble setting to make it noise for sleep.

  I miss riding airplanes, especially on short international flights from the Philippines to other countries in Southeast Asia. Here's my custom setting, it's a good representation of what planes sound like at full throttle.

  It feels like life before COVID :) Love it. Fights back my ADD.

  I first started using airplane cabin white noise around 5 years ago whilst revising, and I still find it so useful. Super glad I found this website with all its various soundscapes!

  I've been working remotely while managing my kids remote learning this past year. I have attention and focus and distraction issues that have made this year really challenging. this channel has been one of the few things that has allowed me to concentrate on work when I am near deadline.

  Refreshes mind and makes me focus on thoughts and imagination, feels like it expands a space in the mind then I can use it freely, although it doesn't help on learning or reading. It is for free imagination.

  I really like this noise, and airport-related things. Just, the comfiness of aircrafts...

  Feeling of a little breeze and mind refreshing. Traveling, Freedom.

  The only issue is where is the crying baby, and the muffled sound of a movie on someone's headphones. But other than that I've always found the sound of an airplane is the only good part of being on an airplane. I guess you made them obsolete?

  In the comforting dimness of the overhead backlighting, I can almost see my fellow passengers sleeping or reading with a late-night cup of coffee. I can almost imagine I'm headed halfway across the world for an adventure. It's surprising how much this simple-seeming ambience can indulge my travel nostalgia. :)

  There is a phenomena called the HUM (a.k.a. Gas Pipeline Syndrome) that the aircraft noise- economy option neutralizes and makes sleep possible. A life saver.

  Usually, here's when you start listening that charming and relaxing whistle sound on the 737-800 during the descent. I love that sound.

  This is the perfect backdrop when web coding in a noisy convenience store or coffee shop. It helps me to focus and ignore the surrounding activity.

  Boeing 747s are my favorite commercial aircraft. I used to fly to London often in these veritable flying sofas, almost always seated on the top deck at the bulkhead. The sound of this craft lulled me into a relaxation mode that helped me rest up while flying the red-eye pole-jumper from Seattle to Heathrow. If you need to focus or relax, I highly recommend this sound config.

  If you listen to B737 whilst on an actual 737-800 - the sound seems to melt away!

  Takeoff checklist complete... 1584 rolling. 80 knots. V1, Rotate. V2, positive rate. Gear up. I love the takeoff setting!

  I love using the aircraft cabin noise when studying. I feel like I'm studying on a private jet on my way to Hawaii for a holiday. I love it.

  What a great way to get what I need to sleep... besides the unlimited variations I now have to choose or build my own from this allows me to use almost zero battery power while keeping my screen in the off or dark position which contributes to a more natural environment for sleep. I'll never loose this site... thanks.

  Combine this with Data Center for incredible subtle sci-fi ambience.

  I go to this website now instead of YouTube. Much more options and preferences. Study, sleep or work, it is helpful for all.

  The sound I'm listening now is identical of the beautiful and powerful Embraer 190 aircraft, I love that sound :) Thanks thanks to you I'm on a imaginary flight in the plane that makes me inlove of aviation.

  Reminds my of my best commercial flight ever, Took-off from JFK (US) at sunrise, only 22 people in economy on a 747, flew all day back across the Atlantic in bright sunshine, then flew down the Thames (London) at night before landing Heathrow (UK)!

  The B373 is absolutely my favourite. I think it's quite impressive, very realistic. Moreover it is perfect for blocking noise in an open space office!

  I have been looking for exactly this noise generator for a long, long time. Fan generators never hit it for me. It's not just the noise, but this conveys the atmosphere of a long night flight perfectly as well as an early morning flight of quite passengers and the ability to hear the sounds of the plane and just focus, forget your worries, and disconnect.

  I love this! It really soothes me and makes it feel like I am flying!

  This sound track is the best to mask the effects of the global hum and gas pipeline syndrome. is a great match! Great Idea! (see testimonial below)

  The 747 mingled with really helps me focus when studying, as well as drowning out background noise. Thanks so much!

  As someone who gets very easily distracted I love the airplane cabin noise, I find that "Occupied" is a nice balance of lows and highs. I am 16 and have been flying since I was 2. The cabins noise is perfect for concentration. Airplanes, especially overnight flights, are so calming. It reminds me of a softer white noise, it blocks everything out and eventually you forget it's there.

  I am 12 years old and it has been my lifelong dream to fly on a plane. I can imagine being on one now. Thank you Dr. Pigeon.

  I love the aircraft cabin noise. It helps me sleep at night and magically calms me if I feel a panicked or anxious.

  Guys open any live ATC and mingle it with this sound, it works just perfectly.

  There really is nothing like the overwhelming calmness of being in the air without a care in the world. I feel like all of the stress and anxiety pours out of my body whenever I this generator to "Business".

  I love this site and particularly the aircraft cabin noise. I sleep much better when I use it. I also put my passport under the pillow each night, just in case I wake up in another country after a long overnight flight!

  I'm a very poor traveler and even more so on long flights. In 2015 we took our first international flight to Bora Bora from the US. It was terrifying and exhausting to me. We are going again this year (2017) and I'm in hopes that listening to this daily will help me feel more comfortable when the trip happens in real time.

  It reeeaaally helps me to study. Thank you!

  Everytime I play this sound I seat on a confortable office chair, play the list I created for long flights, close my eyes and I start thinking and tricking my brain that I'm on a real EMBRAER 190 flying to PTY (Panama City) on my way to Argentina. Totally remember my flight back to my beloved country.

  Just the feel of the bass in my headphones on a quiet day makes it enough to feel like a real flight. Just sitting here makes it feel like a soft first class seat on a large powerful airliner. Wow.

  This website is an absolute amusement park for the ears. I'm an Air Force retiree with many hours flying in the belly of the beast. I used this generator and White Noise in meditation mode to produce the sounds heard in a C-5 cargo bay during flight. It made my ears pop and my nose run...

  This sound really makes a difference to me. It gives me focus, thus more productive and at the end of the day happy.

  I use this whenever I go to sleep for three reasons: 1. I have tinnitus, Ear ringing and sleep do not go well together 2. Other people in my home tend to stay up later than me and make noise. This sound is pleasant even at very high volumes to muffle the sound 3. Normal white noise can be a little harsh at times, even if it's pink or brownOverall a great site, very useful for me.

  This site is AMAZING! I use it with in-ear monitors, so the sound is even more immersive. This site really helps me focus and get more school work done with ease.

  This is so nice! I personally find this setting to be very calming background noise.

  I travel a lot, and I've grown very used to the sound of economy. This reproduces it amazingly well, and helps me focus to boot. I'm very grateful it exists.

  I love the A330 setting! Since I was a child, I had a deep admiration for aircrafts in general, and this setting is a blessing. It's so smooth and calming but at the same time it keeps me concentrated and helps me finish my tasks more faster. I've never been to another country, but I really want to visit one soon. And that's the sound that - hopefully - I'll hear through my journey.

  The sound of a boeing-737 + feed for YMML (Melbourne international airport) = A very happy and relaxed [student] pilot doing some studying for flight exams.

  Regardless of where I find myself flying to, I've always found the experience very relaxing. There's something about having nothing to do but watch the scenery or cloudscape pass by that just makes me feel completely jelled out. This noise allows me to escape to that place, but without the 3 year old kicking the back of my seat.

  I rarely fly at all, but traveling always gets me sleepy. So far, I've used this to keep my focus when handling important tasks. Well, I'm procrastinating a bit now writing this HAHA. This is a wonderful addition to a fantastic website. Great work!

  I'm an actual pilot myself  although at the moment I'm not flying jets aha :o)  and I absolutely love the sound of the cabin while flying. It keeps me relaxed and focused on the task at hand :) Thanks, white noise.

  I get a very bad, loud, throbbing low frequency tinnitus when I lay down to sleep, and it was keeping me up in tears at night from not being able to sleep. I put this generator on and as I turn up the volume, I can hear the tinnitus being cancelled out. This has been an ABSOLUTE LIFESAVER. I cannot thank you enough.

  Reminds me of taking flights and the freeing sensation of being high above the earth and looking down at the green and gold patchwork quilt of the land below. Helped to clear my mind to do some writing today, something I'd been struggling with. Highly recommend!

  {Bing-Bong} Attention passengers... the aircraft cabin noise is all the fun sound of flying, without the risk of depressurisation! Feel free to kick back with a T.V. dinner, while not having to worry about those pesky Homeland Security Agents groping you! Enjoy your flight! {Bing-Bong}

  This website in general has been a lifesaver for me. My office can get quite loud, and music was distracting me from my work. With this, I'm able to focus much better, and I've become known as the "white noise one." Thanks so much for the great site. I only wish it was available on Android! I'd be in an aircraft cabin 24/7.

  This is great for studying! I recommend Economy for best results.

  I just felt my ears pop.

  In my own fantasy, I feel like a child again when listening to Aircraft noise while driving.

  This is my favourite noise on the site. It helps me concentrate more than anything else. There's something about being on a flight, forced to let go of control and able to completely relax as you're taken somewhere exciting and new.

  As a tinnitus sufferer this site is a godsend. It helps me shut out the ringing.

  I spent many hours in a Navy P-3 Orion while on active duty. Using this, I've been able to recreate the sound of sitting in my old seat and transiting out to our on-station point almost exactly. I'm not sure how soothing, but, WOW, what a way to re-live the experience. Thank you!

  Very nice, droning, and calming. I love it!

  Great if you want to study. It feels even better if you turn on the fan in your room.

  This is what happens when you are strapped to the wing of an airplane.

  This is such a noise blocker! It really helps me concentrate on my school work in class. Also if you close your eyes you can feel yourself drifting through the clouds.

  It made feel like I was on an airplay while not even on a plane!

  Calm flight, you can hear the rumble of jets and the air passing by outside.

  Thank God for this. Apparently my neighbor does not know where the VOLUME DOWN button is on her speakers and this really helps me ignore her.

  I've never been on an airplane, as I'm acrophobic and claustrophobic, and I don't have a name for this specific setting. I just made it by fiddling with the Overnight preset. Still nice, though.

  If you want to really feel like you're on the flight deck listen to cabin noise on one tab and then open up another tab for and pick a random live air traffic control stream. Then you'll hear the cabin noise and radio chatter. Sounds just like the real thing. Thanks Stephane for the awesome site!

  To simulate when the guy next to you reaches up and opens all the air vents, move the dark purple slider all the way up!

  Like a large jet liner with the air vents on.

  This always reminds me of sitting right behind the wing on my way home. I love that.

  What, no crying babies or raucous laughter? No flight attendant spilling hot coffee in my lap? Cabin noise is a great alternative to white noise--close, but different enough to conjure up memories of good flights: ones without the turbulence, but with an empty middle seat!

  ← this setting sounds like gliding!

  Ever since I found this site, I hate to sleep without background noise.

  Taking off with a bit more low-end noise than the default.

  Reminds me of all of the times I've been on my way to somewhere far from home for vacation as a kid (and even recently.) Brings back memories.

  It's odd how quickly this noise becomes natural. Muting the sound is nearly unpleasant.

  I live by an airport and have really bad insomnia so your cabin sound is great, the sound of planes is just really relaxing :)

  Close your eyes and you are on the plane to the sun!

  Makes what you have to concentrate on that much easier!

  Can`t wait for iOS App!

  Makes me feel like I'm in a plane, and boy do I love them. Thank you for this

  This help me experience flying without any cost.

  Just rumble but bette.r


  Sounds like central heating! It drowns out my neighbor and makes me feel warm and cozy.

  "Descending" - a calm, steady soundscape that evokes the gentle glide through clouds in a large aircraft. Great for relaxing and allowing mental concentration

  This is a great web site it makes me sleepy.