California lawmakers are keeping up pressure on FAA to impose mandatory operating restrictions for helicopters over Los Angeles, but the agency believes the regulatory process “is not well suited” to solving regional noise issues and is pushing for a series of collaborative voluntary measures. The agency comes to that conclusion in a report on the Los Angeles Helicopter Noise Initiative that was issued in response to a request by a delegation of seven California lawmakers. Three of those ...
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