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President vows to address delays, airlines' 'egregious behavior'
US President George W. Bush said yesterday that airline passengers are "just not being treated right" and vowed to "address the problem."
Following a summer marked by high levels of flight delays and cancellations in the US, Bush summoned Transportation Secretary Mary Peters and Acting FAA Administrator Robert Sturgell to the White House yesterday for what he called "a discussion about the fact that a lot of our air travelers are not only inconvenienced, they're. . .just not being treated fairly."