In November, US airlines reported 11 domestic flights with tarmac delays exceeding three hours and four international flights reporting tarmac delays exceeding four hours, according to the US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Air Travel Consumer Report and the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. All of the domestic delays occurred Nov. 1 and involved Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). A shooting incident had taken place that day in the terminal. The longest tarmac ...

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