Federal government to invest in taxiway improvements at Kennedy

10/10/2008 | Google

The federal government plans to spend $89 million to improve taxiways at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport. Almost two-thirds of flight delays around the country originate from delays in New York and the U.S. Department of Transportation plans to reduce the number of hourly landings and takeoffs as well as auction off some of those slots in an attempt to reduce delays.

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