10-Nov-2010 11:25 AM

FAA plans to redesign region's airspace

US Federal Aviation Administration plans to redesign the region’s airspace by allowing hundreds of aircraft mostly from John F Kennedy International Airport to fly over over New Jersey (CBS New York, 09-Oct-2010). The new flights will between 10,000 and 17,000ft. The redesign, which has been a part of a decade-long process, could go into effect as early as spring-2010.

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