FAA Rules LAX Cannot Restrict Overnight Departures

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) may not restrict Stage 3 aircraft from departing to the east, or over the city, during overnight hours, FAA ruled. The vast majority of LAX departures depart over the ocean, but occasionally pilots of heavy aircraft—mostly bound for Asia—ask instead to depart...

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