Helicopter Commute for $200 a Day Signals Revival on Wall Street


The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge leads into Brooklyn, left, as viewed... News PhotoAerial View,Brooklyn - New York,Business,Commuter,Computer,Finance,Flying,Helicopter,High Angle View,Horizontal,International Landmark,Making,New York City,New York Harbor,Northrop B-2 Stealth Bomber,Technology,The Americas,Transportation,USA,Verrazano-Narrows Bridge,Wall Street - Lower ManhattanPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2010 BloombergThe Verrazano-Narrows Bridge leads into Brooklyn, left, as viewed from an A-star 350 B-2 helicopter made by Eurocopter SA, one of six in the fleet of Liberty Helicopters Inc., as it flies over New York Harbor in New York, U.S., on Thursday, March 25, 2010. Liberty Helicopters Inc. is offering to fly weary commuters from New Jersey to Manhattan for about $200 a day, saving them 14 hours in traffic a week and signaling that Wall Street may have seen the worst of the recession. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images