On the bright side, there's rarely civilian air traffic over Sequoia Kings -- it's part of restricted Edwards military flight zone (R-2508), extending from about Muir Pass south to the end of the Sierra. On occasional weekends they'll release it if there's no military traffic scheduled. Otherwise, there's no restrictions on any civilian flights anywhere else in the Sierra (e.g. Yosemite) which is obviously a direct route to both SFO & Sacramento etc.
Military traffic over Sequoia Kings (only) is restricted to 3,000 feet above ground level (AGL). LeMoore and their F-18's usually respect that, it's the other visiting training groups that often run amok at tree top.
There have been sound impact studies of air traffic in both Yosemite and Sequoia Kings. I don't know what happened to the data if it was ever even compiled.