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Study Of East Hampton Airport Traffic Leaves Many Unknowns For Montauk, Southampton

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Passengers departing East Hampton Airport via helicopter on Monday afternoon. The town is analyzing how many helicopter and other plane flights would shift their flights to Montauk Airport if the East Hampton Airport were to close or place new limitations on the types of flights.

Passengers departing East Hampton Airport via helicopter on Monday afternoon. The town is analyzing how many helicopter and other plane flights would shift their flights to Montauk Airport if the East Hampton Airport were to close or place new limitations on the types of flights.

authorMichael Wright on Sep 8, 2021
If East Hampton Airport were to close, most of the displaced air traffic would likely shift to Francis S. Gabreski Airport in Westhampton, analysts told East Hampton Town officials this... more

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