US air travelers should expect another "challenging summer," Air Transport Assn. President and CEO James May said yesterday in Washington, while adding that "it is our expectation that delays will improve over last summer." Compared to 2007, ATA expects approximately 2.7 million fewer passengers to fly on US airlines between the Memorial Day and Labor Day holidays that traditionally bookmark the beginning and end of the US summer travel season. May attributed the anticipated 1.3% decline ...

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