FAA extends O'Hare flight caps to reduce delays

10/14/2005 | USA Today

The Federal Aviation Administration extended a flight cap into Chicago's O'Hare International Airport into next spring. The caps are intended to reduce flight delays. The restrictions would have expired at the end of October. The rules, which went into effect in last November, feature an agreement by United Airlines and American Airlines to cut flights during peak hours.

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