A spike in the number of jets flying over Nassau homes to land at John F. Kennedy International Airport has caused residents to complain of lack of sleep.

Some residents say that the roar of jet engines has been more frequent, and is often heard in the middle of the night.

The number of planes flying over Nassau between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. jumped from 8,000 jets in 2012 to 11,000 last...

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