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Zafar Zafari, Ph.D., from Columbia University in New York City, and colleagues examined the monetary benefits relative to health losses associated with a change in flight patterns that involved implementing year-round use of "TNNIS Climb," which happened in 2012; previously, use of TNNIS Climb was limited to the U.S.
The researchers found that limited versus year-round use of TNNIS was associated with incremental lifetime costs and QALYs per person exposed to noise of $11,288 and 1.13, respectively.