Helicopter Association International (HAI) fears that a provision calling on FAA to develop rulemaking covering helicopters operations over Los Angeles further establishes a precedent of allowing local noise concerns alone to dictate airspace design and access. The recent omnibus appropriations bill, passed by Congress this month, includes a provision requiring FAA to evaluate and make adjustments to helicopter routes above Los Angeles, analyze whether helicopters could fly higher, ...
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