US Air Transport Assn. warned of crowding at airports over the 12-day period starting Nov. 16 and ending Nov. 27 as an average of 2.3 million passengers fly daily during the country's Thanksgiving holiday period, up 4% over last year. "Two things most concern us," ATA President and CEO James May said. "Number one, the weather, and number two, the capacity of the airspace. . . We are all of us somewhat at the mercy of the weather." He added that "senior-level" airline executives would be ...

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