Air Transport Assn. President and CEO James May said at a Washington news conference yesterday that US airlines do not plan to seek financial aid from the government for expenses associated with delays and increased security as a result of Thursday's events. "We're not going to ask for reimbursement for a situation like this," May said. However, there was some market concern that the crisis could help stall carriers' nascent economic recovery as Standard & Poor's Equity Research Services ...

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