IATA briefed the US Dept. of Transportation yesterday on possible congestion management solutions for New York JFK, arguing ahead of next week's meeting of airlines in Washington that a "peak pricing" system will not work. FAA officially declared JFK a "level two" congested airport this week and received flight schedules from US carriers operating to the crowded facility. At next week's meeting, which is expected to focus on US airlines' schedules (ATWOnline, Oct. 15), DOT and FAA officials ...

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