Attorney Bill O'Connor told the East Hampton Town Board that the town may be able to convince the FAA to re-impose curfews on flights at East Hampton Airport but likely faces a difficult time finding a regulatory path to reducing the volume of flights into and out of the airport. Michael Wright
Consultants for the town said that overall traffic levels decreased slightly at East Hampton Airport in 2018 but that the number of helicopter flights continued to climb and have increased nearly 50 percent since 2016. Michael Wright
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