Carriers jostle for new slots at O'Hare

10/22/2007 | Crain's Chicago Business

United Airlines and American Airlines are looking to maintain their dominance at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport by acquiring new slots that will be created when a new runway opens up. Supporters of the two carriers say the airlines deserve the coveted slots because they accepted scheduling caps to reduce delays in 2004. Opponents say competition will be inhibited if the two large airlines are awarded more slots.

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