US FAA issued a final decision on the redesign of the airspace over the US Northeast that it said will "reduce delays, fuel consumption, aircraft emissions and noise." The redesign involves a 31,000-sq.-mi. area over Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Delays are expected to fall 20% by 2011, when the redesign is slated to be completed. The agency said the new design will integrate the New York Terminal Radar Approach Control airspace with portions of surrounding ...

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