8/24/2009

Fewer fliers this summer has led to fewer delays for U.S. airlines, government data show. Delays longer than two hours have fallen by more than 25% for May through July compared with the same period in the last two years. Chicago's O'Hare airport saw the biggest improvement, with 78% of flights arriving on time, compared with 61% for the same period last year.

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