New York's Kennedy Airport will launch a construction project this spring that will put its busiest runway out of use for several months. The situation has the Port authority of New York and New Jersey, the Federal Aviation Administration and airlines scrambling to figure out how to avoid traffic disruptions and substantial delays. For example, airlines serving the airport have agreed to keep flight frequencies at winter and early spring levels through the beginning of July rather than increasing them as they normally do during the summer months. However, issues are expected.
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