The nine Democratic House lawmakers representing New York state are calling on the FAA to end all nonessential helicopter flights over New York City. The request comes nearly two weeks after an Agusta A109E helicopter owned by American Continental Properties LLC crashed on the roof of the AXA Equitable Building, killing the pilot and causing a dangerous fire that required the building to be evacuated. In their June 21 letter to FAA Acting Administrator Dan Elwell, the lawmakers wrote that ...

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