FAA has slipped the schedule for release of a controversial rulemaking to make permanent mandatory helicopter routes over the North Shore of Long Island to October – past the August expiration of a temporary requirement for the routes. The agency in July 2012 released a rule that temporarily mandated what had been voluntary routes over Long Island. The rulemaking drew protests from helicopter operators, who said it was completed under political pressure in an effort to appease local ...
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