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Re: Teterboro Airport
« Reply #45 on: June 21, 2005, 09:39:11 AM »

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Re: Teterboro Airport
« Reply #46 on: June 23, 2005, 09:58:13 AM »
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Re: Teterboro Airport
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Re: Teterboro Airport
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FAA probes charter safety issue
« Reply #50 on: August 01, 2005, 09:27:35 PM »
Latest story: FAA probes charter safety issue

The article says:

"The Teterboro crash raised the ugly specter that people are setting up a situation where they are purporting to operate under the regulations, but they're not"

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Re: Teterboro Airport
« Reply #52 on: August 28, 2005, 10:26:26 PM »
Just so you know who's using Teterboro:

Airport in N.J.

Most corporate fixed-wing aircraft headed to the Big Apple land at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. From there to Manhattan can be a long drive through the congestion, but in a helicopter, it's about six minutes.

Choppers may look wickedly expensive to the ordinary person, but to a high-flying, highly paid executive in a hurry, they're just another business expense. Speed saves time; time is money.

Altieri puts the cost question into perspective, pointing to pay rates for executives.

"If you figure out what the chairman makes per hour, a helicopter is not unreasonable," he said.

Let's see. Samuel Palmisano, chairman and CEO of IBM Corp., made $14.4 million from all types of compensation, according to calculations by Forbes magazine. If you assume a 60-hour week, that would come to $4,615 an hour. So, if a chopper flight saved Palmisano an hour, which it easily could, it would be worth it.


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Re: Teterboro Airport
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Plane Crash near TEB
« Reply #54 on: September 03, 2005, 12:44:01 AM »
Latest story: Cessna crash kills one near Teterboro (Plane struck the South Hackensack Post Office). 

One dead in small-plane crash (Record Article)

For anyone who is counting, that's the fourth crash this year.

On Feb. 2, a twin-jet corporate plane with 11 people aboard ran off the end of a runway after an aborted takeoff, crossed a busy highway and slammed into a warehouse, injuring 20 people.

A month later, two passengers and two crew members walked away uninjured when another business plane overshot a runway and got stuck in snow and mud.

In May, a pilot was injured when a small, twin-engine turboprop crashed and burst into flames while landing.


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Re: Teterboro Airport stealth expansion
« Reply #55 on: September 03, 2005, 10:06:30 AM »
Almost nobody realizes that the airport is undergoing a major STEALTH expansion project. They are doing this secretly, while everyone is focussed on the new for barriers and the frequency of night-time flights.

They are lengthening the runways and building huge new terminals in the southern part of their property. The runways are being lengthened under the guise of the "protection" system that will stop a plane from barrelling off the end of the runway and over the highway. It's all part of the same project. The runway that causes the flight path over the western side of Hackensack is being lengthened on its SOUTHERN end. They are even relocating Redneck Avenue to accomodate the expansion. How many people in Hackensack know about this ---- almost nobody.

I addressed this issue to the Freeholders 2 months ago, but they acted like I didn't know what I was talking about. The bottom line is the longer that runway is, ultimately it will handle larger planes coming and going over the west side of Hackensack. And the huge new terminals simply mean there will be an increased volume too.  All us people who think we're making progress are being fooled. Because of this stealth expansion project under construction as we speak, there will be more and larger planes in the future.
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Re: Teterboro Airport
« Reply #56 on: September 04, 2005, 11:31:24 AM »
Latest story:  Police ID pilot killed in crash

"This is a neighborhood where people raise their families," Mary Rose Passaro said as she brushed her daughter Chelsea's hair out of her face. "People need to realize this isn't just an industrial area. You shouldn't have to go to bed at night scared that a jet is going to crash into the side of your house."

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Re: Teterboro Airport
« Reply #57 on: September 06, 2005, 07:55:14 PM »
COALITION FOR PUBLIC HEALTH & SAFETY
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT


DATE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2005
TIME:  7:30 PM
PLACE: HASBROUCK HEIGHTS BOROUGH HALL SENIOR CENTER
320 BOULEVARD, HASBROUCK HEIGHTS

ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND THIS MEETING

AGENDA:

- Update on Environmental Impact Study and Anticipated Start Date/Press Event
- Update on plans for Candlelight Vigil
- Update on FAA and Port Authority positions with regard to TEB
- Report on June 20, 2005 Senate Oversight Hearing 9/2/05 Crash

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Re: Teterboro Airport
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9/22: Teterboro Vigil
« Reply #59 on: September 13, 2005, 05:47:08 PM »
Coalition for Public Health & Safety
(A not-for-profit, non-partisan organization)

Please join the Coalition for Public Health & Safety for a
CANDLELIGHT VIGIL


Strawberry Front Parking Lot
1000 Huyler Street & Route 46 West, Teterboro, NJ

Thursday, September 22, 2005, 7:30PM

SEND THE FAA and PORT AUTHORITY A STRONG MESSAGE REGARDING TETERBORO AIRPORT

"Together, we can return quality of life to our communities."

Parking is available just west of Strawberry in the Bergen County Technical School parking lots.  Please carpool, if possible.  Looking forward to seeing you.