Helicopter Association International asked DOT not to go through with its proposal to prohibit overflights of Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park, Colo. The Rocky Mountain notice of proposed rulemaking is "ostensibly a reaction to very isolated reports of aircraft noise" over parks that cannot be attributed positively to helicopters, said HAI President Frank Jensen. "This ill-conceived and pre-emptive proposal is a political ploy on the part of DOT Secretary Federico Pea, who must ...
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