Airlines, Port Authority object to threatened schedule reductions at JFK:

10/23/2007 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The · NYTimes.com

Airline executives were not pleased to hear that government officials are considering schedule reductions at JFK as a solution to air congestion in the New York airport, noting that customers are demanding the high number of flights. "Placing artificial constraints on the country's premier international gateway is not in the best interest of Delta customers," said a Delta spokesman.

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