FAA to restrict helicopters to Hamptons, N.Y.

05/27/2010 | Shelter Island Reporter (N.Y.)

The Federal Aviation Administration will set a minimum cruising altitude of 2,500 feet for helicopters transporting passengers between New York City and the Hamptons, N.Y. The FAA will also institute "mandatory flight patterns" to minimize the helicopters flying over neighborhoods in Long Island. The new regulations will take effect July 1 before the height of the summer season.

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