FAA To Test Flight Path

BERGEN, NJ – Yesterday, The Federal Aviation Administration reported that it would begin testing a new flight path to Teterboro Airport diverting aircraft that usually fly over Hackensack to a route just west along the Route 17 corridor in Bergen County. According to the FAA testing will begin April 4th for approximately six months. The Record reports, “the proposed change to the Teterboro flight path could have a real public impact”, according to Robert Belzer, President of the New Jersey coalition Against Noise. Teterboro Airport is predominantly used by private aircraft and corporate jets. The US Department of Transportation approved a 2.3M grant for a noise study at Teterboro Airport to be completed next year.

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