US air traffic congestion was given considerable attention last week in Washington, where lawmakers and Bush Administration officials are under increasing pressure to alleviate what Air Transport Assn. President and CEO James May called "an increasingly serious national crisis of flight delays." President George W. Bush vowed that the Dept. of Transportation and FAA would move quickly to "address the problem" (ATWOnline, Sept. 28). Meanwhile, the Sept. 30 deadline for FAA reauthorization ...

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