Local helicopter companies want end to altitude restriction
In response to a federal plan to make permanent a temporary rule which requires all touring aircraft to fly at a minimum altitude of 1,500 feet in Hawai‘i, representatives of many local companies raised concerns regarding the regulation. The Federal
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