Cutting flights at JFK could make congestion worse at Newark airport:

10/24/2007 | NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

Efforts to ease congestion at John F. Kennedy International Airport could have the unintended side effect of worsening delays at nearby airports -- including Newark Liberty International Airport. Acting Federal Aviation Administrator Robert Sturgell said he was "concerned about spillover" to other New York-area airports.

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