Airlines working to reduce LaGuardia flight cap

12/30/2008 | Travel Weekly

Airlines are "voluntarily" working with the FAA to cut the flight cap at New York's congested LaGuardia Airport from 75 to 71 flights per hour. The move follows a Washington, D.C., appeals court stay of a DOT plan to hold slot auctions at the airport, which DOT says is worst in on-time performance among major U.S. airports.

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