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6/02/2005
  Teterboro -- Calls to cut flights follow third plane accident in 2005 --
The state of New Jersey is also conducting air quality studies because unusually high levels of toxic air pollutants were found during recent tests. Teterboro has grown into one of the nation's busiest small airports, catering to corporate jets. It had 202,720 arrivals and departures in 2004, a 4 percent increase from 2003, officials said. Rothman has called for reduction in flights by 25% returning them to the levels of 1995.

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Anthony Coscia, Port Authority Chairman: "If we redesigned the east coast of the United States would we put the airport in this spot? Maybe not. But it's here and we're doing everything we possibly can to make it as safe as possible."

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