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John Travolta sues Greystone Airport owners - report.

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Actor John Travolta has filed a lawsuit again the owners of Greystone Airport.

In the lawsuit, which was reportedly filed on 18 July, the actor claims that the airport owners lied to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to stop his Boeing 707 from landing there, The Associated Press reported.

Travolta apparently claims in the lawsuit that James and Christine Garemore changed the airport master record in 2006 in order to indicate that the airport could not support large aircraft.

Travolta's lawsuit is reportedly seeking an injunction that would require the airport owners to withdraw the 2006 report with immediate effect and authorise flights with the airport master record as it existed before.

According to FAA spokeswoman Laura Brown, the FAA is not involved in the dispute.

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