New York City Chops Helo Flights In Half

New York City and helicopter operators carrying thousands of tourists around Manhattan have reached a deal that would result in a 50% reduction in flights by January 2017. “The nonstop din of helicopters has been a major quality-of-life issue for New Yorkers living near heavily trafficked routes,”...

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