New Grand Canyon Rules Draw Fire from Air-tour Operators

 - February 26, 2011, 7:35 AM

A new National Park Service proposal to cap the number and further restrict the routes of flights near the Grand Canyon is being criticized as overly restrictive by individual operators and the United States Air Tour Association. The new rules would prohibit direct overflights and mandate operators convert to "quiet technology" aircraft within the next decade.  

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