Blog: Some lawmakers oppose cutting flights at Kennedy

Some New York lawmakers think the FAA should appoint an "airspace czar" to recommend ways to ease congestion at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport. They also oppose plans that call for reducing the number of flights from the airport.

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