The FAA has extended existing operating limitations at New York’s LaGuardia (LGA) and JFK airports until 2020. In dual order extensions published Sept. 18 in the Federal Register, the agency said it will continue restrictions dating to its 1968 high-density rule (HDR) that limited arrivals and departures at the two airports during peak demand periods to reduce congestion. With the phase-out of the HDR in 2007, the FAA ordered temporary limits at LGA in December 2006 and JFK in January ...

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