FAA finalized its previously announced proposal to extend the voluntary schedule caps at Chicago O'Hare through Oct. 29 and also proposed to extend the rule, which limits arrivals at ORD to 88 per hour between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. local time, through April 2008, "when additional airport capacity should be realized." Under the proposed rule, FAA will review the restrictions every six months. The agency estimated that maintaining limits at the airport through April 2008 will result in a 42% ...

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