Residents question helicopter routes over Long Island, N.Y.

06/4/2010 | North Shore Sun (Rocky Point, N.Y.), The

Some Long Island, N.Y., residents are concerned over vague language in the Federal Aviation Administration's rules for helicopters flying to the Hamptons. While the FAA spells out flight paths for the choppers, the agency did not specify transient points. "The FAA should establish way points along unpopulated areas of the East End of Long Island that must be followed by pilots heading from the North Shore helicopter route to the South Fork," said county legislator Edward Romaine.

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