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AOPA opposes proposed flight restriction over N.Y. townAOPA opposes proposed flight restriction over N.Y. town

AOPA opposes proposed flight restriction over N.Y. town

What if every city and town in New York placed flight restrictions over what they consider to be noise-sensitive areas? That would be like having 994 permanent flight restrictions for pilots to avoid-that is, if each wanted only one. That's why AOPA has responded to a concern about increasing helicopter traffic over Southold, N.Y., which has caused members of the town's board to propose a local law restricting overflights by aircraft in the town and criminal penalties for violating the airspace. Read more on AOPA Online.

October 26, 2007

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