FAA is extending a mandatory helicopter route over Long Island in New York for two more years, a move the agency says will provide it time to fully assess the ramifications of making the "New York North Shore Helicopter Route" permanent. FAA has considered a rulemaking to make the mandatory flight path permanent, and even put the rulemaking on its regulatory schedule. But the schedule slipped as the agency continued to assess the rulemaking. Helicopter operators, who objected to ...
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