US Air Transport Assn. blasted the New York JFK airline scheduling meeting being held in Washington yesterday and today at the behest of the US Dept. of Transportation and FAA as "fundamentally flawed" and said DOT appears intent on imposing "anti-marketplace" schedule reductions and "most likely" congestion pricing at the crowded airport. "We're very much opposed to the direction the department is heading," ATA President and CEO James May told reporters yesterday. Ahead of the "voluntary" ...

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