Column: Summer travelers should prepare for packed planes, delays

Summer travelers are likely to face higher fares, delays and packed planes, the Wall Street Journal's Scott McCartney writes. Carriers have scaled back domestic capacity as part of an effort to offset soaring jet fuel prices, he notes. Meanwhile, efforts to improve congestion at New York area airports may not ease the problem because carriers have scheduled more flights, he notes.

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