DOT reviewing options for alleviating JFK delays

12/11/2007 | NYTimes.com · Aviation Daily · NYTimes.com

The DOT next week will announce its plan for easing flight delays at JFK and other New York area airports. An industry task force last week submitted a list of suggestions for Transportation Secretary Mary Peters to consider in deliberations in advance of her report to President George W. Bush next week. Airlines and regional airports have expressed concern over some proposals made by the DOT, including imposed limits on flights to and from New York's John F. Kennedy airport and congestion pricing fees during peak traffic times.

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