Following months of lobbying against the potential implementation of congestion pricing and/or an auction of existing capacity at New York JFK and Newark, US airlines operating at the airports appear willing to accept flight caps and make voluntary scheduling changes to avoid imposition of what they believe would have been far more damaging congestion-reduction proposals. The compromise announced this week by the Dept. of Transportation (ATWOnline, Dec. 20) ended months of heated rhetoric ...

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