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    Three companies offer helicopter tours of Kansas City's Country Club Plaza. They all fly out of the Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport. In recent weeks, those flights have generated a handful of complaints from residents upset about the noise. The Star mounted a Go Pro camera in the cockpit of KC Copters as they flew over downtown Kansas City during a recent tour.

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