Flight caps won't ease delays this summer, report says

A new federal report predicted that flight caps are unlikely to solve the problem of extensive delays at John F. Kennedy and Newark International airports. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., said the FAA should consider opening military airspace to commercial flights to ease delays. A DOT spokesman attributed the extensive delays to the failure of lawmakers to fund a new air traffic control system.

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