On-time performance falls for fifth consecutive year, statistics say

The Bureau of Transportation Statistics on Wednesday said that the airlines' on-time performance declined again in 2006. FAA head Marion C. Blakey said poor weather was partly responsible for the increase in delays. The FAA and airlines also blame the nation's aging air traffic control for the delays. Meanwhile, complaints related to mishandled bags climbed 39% in 2006.

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