Weather and congestion delays have other implications

12/21/2007 | USA Today

Experts weigh in on the implications of DOT's announcement to reduce delays, some say more traffic by smaller planes may come to McArthur airport. In a separate development, airlines say an analysis attributing airline problems more to flight delays than to congestion in the skies failed to take into account the fact that flights can be delayed by earlier flights that were delayed by weather or congestion.

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