American Airlines Chairman and CEO Gerard Arpey yesterday suggested that voluntary schedule reductions by airlines could be a way to reduce delays and congestion at New York JFK, one of the US's most delay-prone airports this year. Arpey, who appeared with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at the formal inauguration of AA's new $1.3 billion terminal complex at JFK and the launch of a new tourist campaign for the city, added that flight reductions should occur among those airlines that ...

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