Saying that flight delays and cancellations have turned the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday period into "a season of dread for far too many Americans," President George W. Bush outlined a series of initiatives to alleviate congestion, including temporarily opening up military airspace on the East Coast, and signaled his support for "congestion pricing" at crowded airports. Bush, who recently has made easing air traffic congestion an administration priority (ATWOnline, Oct. 1), offered the ...

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