NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 08, 1977
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(Studio) Carter's comments with regard to United States controversy with British and French re: Concorde landing at NYC's Kennedy Airport noted. Some Americans don't care if it becomes serious international problem.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Cedarhurst, New York) People in communities like Cedarhurst, New York, around Kennedy Airport live with noise 24 hrs. each day. [WOMAN - cites problems it creates.] [MAN - will do anything he can to stop Concorde landing.] [Henry GRASS - doesn't want Concorde.] At HS, classes have to stop when planes come over. [STUDENT - notes classes stop several times in day now; doesn't know what would happen with Concorde.] Because people object, pols. object and New York-New Jersey Port Authority reluctant to approve Concorde landing.
REPORTER: Robert Hager