US airlines will convene for a meeting with Bush Administration officials Oct. 23-24 to discuss ways of reducing airspace congestion, with particular focus on the crowded New York market, the Dept. of Transportation announced. Executives from Delta Air Lines, JetBlue, US Airways, American Airlines and Continental Airlines reportedly will participate. DOT and FAA are hoping the gathering will facilitate a voluntary solution to the congestion problem, but officials have warned that the ...

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