Editorial: Plan to auction airport slots in New York won't fly

The highly controversial plan to require carriers to auction off 10% to 15% of their slots at the three major airports in the New York area is ill-conceived, according to an editorial in Newsday. The outcome is uncertain, ticket prices could be driven up, and longer-term solutions are needed to accommodate the demand for air travel in the region.

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