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Noise curfew rules proposed at Long Beach Airport could mean trouble for JetBlue

JetBlue Airways, the busiest carrier at Long Beach Airport, has violated the city’s noise curfew so often this year that if a proposed noise crackdown is adopted, the New York-based carrier could face being shut out of the airport. Violations of the city’s noise curfew have increased so much in...
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