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FAA Says ‘New’ East Hampton Airport Is Instrument Ready; Judge Recuses Himself

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New rules set to be proposed by East Hampton Town on Tuesday would limit commercial helicopters and seaplanes to one flight per day and ban the largest private jets from the airport entirely. DANA SHAW

New rules set to be proposed by East Hampton Town on Tuesday would limit commercial helicopters and seaplanes to one flight per day and ban the largest private jets from the airport entirely. DANA SHAW

authorMichael Wright on Apr 27, 2022
East Hampton Town announced on Tuesday that the Federal Aviation Administration has approved new “special procedures,” or instrument flight rules, for use at the “new” East Hampton Airport in May,... more

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