Activists scrutinize FAA's plan for New York airspace

11/15/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

The Federal Aviation Administration is moving ahead with its plan to redraw flight patterns over the New York area, which will help ease the region's congested airspace. Activists, meanwhile, are raising concerns about noise. This spring, the FAA plans to open a larger departure route for planes leaving John F. Kennedy International Airport as part of a bigger plan to redesign the airspace between New York and Philadelphia.

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