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Air Traffic / Gridlock / Noise Pollution #125280

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 14, 1990
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Findings of report conducted for NTSB on air traffic gridlock cited. Report introduced.

(Washington: Jim Slade) International movement to halt use of older, noisy jet planes featured; scenes shown; details given of upcoming meeting of UN's International Civil Aviation Organization to consider problem. [New Jersey Coalition Against Aircraft Noise Craig CANTONI - calls airlines industry irresponsible.] [UN group's Chris LYLE - comments.] Economics and local politics behind issue explained. [Transportation Secretary Samuel SKINNER - comments.]

Sawyer, Forrest;
Slade, Jim

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