10/22/2007

The Transportation Department has said that if next week's talks with aviation industry leaders don't result in voluntary schedule reductions at JFK, the agency may step in and impose schedule caps. Air Transport Association President and CEO James May said he was disappointed with the proposed move. "Slashing operations at JFK alone will not solve the congestion problem, but will shut the door on growth for our country's leading international gateway," he said.

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