FAA rules on Hudson River airspace go into effect

11/23/2009 | New York Post

The Federal Aviation Administration enacted new rules for the air corridor over the Hudson River last week. After a small plane and sightseeing helicopter collided in mid-air in August, the FAA has segregated airspace by type of aircraft. Sightseeing aircraft must stay below 1,000 feet, while 1,000 feet to 1,300 feet is reserved for aircraft traveling through the corridor.

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