President George Bush and Transportation Secretary Mary Peters are expected to announce a proposal today for reducing airline delays, particularly at crowded New York airports, with the President saying earlier this week that he wants "a market-driven system in place." Details of the plan have not been released, but airlines fear it will include some sort of landing/takeoff rights distribution system and a cap on the number of hourly flights during peak times at New York JFK and perhaps ...

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