US FAA Administrator Marion Blakey yesterday warned of a "tough summer" for travelers, predicting that high traffic and intense weather likely will lead to extensive delays and cancellations, and said the agency will employ technology and flexible flight management procedures in an effort to reduce disruptions. "Delays were the order of the day [last summer]. . .and 2007 so far has been worse. So if the trend line keeps up, we will see more delays this summer," Blakey said. Flight delays at ...

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