New Haven officials and Tweed New Haven Regional Airport are planning to sue the Federal Aviation Administration in an effort to stop the closing of the airport’s air traffic control tower.
The FAA announced Friday it plans to go ahead with plans to close air traffic control towers at smaller airports — including six in Connecticut: Brainard in Hartford, Tweed-New Haven, Groton-New London, Waterbury-Oxford, Danbury and Bridgeport-Sikorsky.
Members of the Connecticut Congressional delegation say the budget cuts required by the sequester which took effect Friday will mean closing of six air traffic control towers in Connecticut in a month.
Federal agriculture officials are going to extraordinary lengths, including the use of shotguns, to get deer off runways at Tweed New Haven Regional Airport.
NEW YORK (AP) _ A passenger jet with 35 aboard has landed safely at Long Island MacArthur Airport after being struck by lightning. The Federal Aviation Administration and an airline spokesman say U.S. Airways Express […]