Along with the increasing frequency of air transportation in Indonesia, there is a level of noise which is a passive physiological attack in the form of a negative impact on hearing. This study focuses on reviewing aviation noise levels, as well as predicting the impact of personnel hearing resistance on coping with physiological attacks. The method used is observation. Noise level measurements are carried out at three airport runway points, namely flyover, lateral, and approach. Data processing is carried out in accordance with the Weighted Equivalent Continuous Perceived Noise Level (WECPNL) standard. The results obtained in the Flyover zone is 84.61 dBA, the lateral is 85.06 dBA, and the Approach zone is 84.97 dBA. The impact that occurs with exposure to noise is 84.61 dBA to 85.06 dBA, on the physiology of personnel, the risk is 1.4% to 4.9%. Prevention of physiological attacks against noise, which is recommended based on IATA (International Air Transportation Association) standards, with a noise level of 84.61 dBA to 85.06 dBA, personnel are recommended to use earplugs and earmuffs for every work activity.