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Long Beach Airport can serve international flights, feasibility study says

A long-awaited study on the feasibility of allowing international flights in and out of Long Beach Airport concluded that such flights would not exceed local noise restrictions and would generate millions of dollars in spending by international travelers. The study by Jacobs Engineering, released...
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