A new federal report contends that flight caps at airports in the New York City area have resulted in "little meaningful improvement in New York's delay situation." Lou Dixon, an assistant inspector general at the Transportation Department who studied the caps at LaGuardia, wrote that "although delays have since declined due to a drop in air traffic, once the economy recovers and flight volume returns, delays will likely rise again and increase passenger dissatisfaction."

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