Bush will announce strategy to ease flight delays

President George W. Bush this week will announce a plan for easing flight delays next summer. The strategy is expected to include capping flights at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport, a move that some observers say could force carriers to boost fares. Airlines have opposed proposals to impose congestion pricing and auctions, and instead have urged regulators to adopt a formula created by the industry for assigning slots.

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