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“Picture it – another hot and humid summer afternoon on Long Island. There you are, you master of the universe, sipping a margarita or perhaps a frozen daiquiri, or both, as you lounge on the patio of your beachfront home enjoying another weekend in the Hamptons. Not a care in the world. And then you hear that the Federal Aviation Administration (the “FAA”) has not extended the North Shore Helicopter Route rule, which will expire on August 6th. You start to tremble. What will happen on August 7th with no North Shore Helicopter Route rule? Will you be forced to travel in bumper-to-bumper traffic on the Long Island Expressway, take a bus or the Long Island Rail Road? Yikes. Take another sip of your frozen concoction and relax. Commuting by helicopter to and from the East End will not end even if the rule is not extended. Moreover, the FAA is actively involved with stakeholders on this issue and is considering various actions.”

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