Airlines that operate in the East Coast are seeking exemptions from new rules that penalize them if they keep passengers on the tarmac for more than three hours. The airlines have been focused on the three airports in the New York area. US Airways has become the latest to join the party and it wants to be exempt from the ruling at Philadelphia International Airport, as it shares an air-traffic control jurisdiction with the New York airports.

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