Narrower flight plan approved by FAA for Boston's Logan Airport

06/7/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A narrower flight path for one of the runways at Boston's Logan International Airport has won approval of the Federal Aviation Administration. Residents in Milton and Dedham had opposed the new plan because of noise concerns. The FAA says the new procedure is safer and will increase operational efficiency.

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