California city, FAA at odds over piston-powered aircraft

05/14/2010 | Argonaut (Marina del Ray, Calif.), The

Santa Monica, Calif., officials plan to seek an environmental review of proposed changes by the Federal Aviation Administration for the city's airport. The FAA has proposed changes in flight departure rules for piston-powered aircraft. However, residents object to planes flying over the Santa Monica Pier and residential neighborhoods.

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