Airline Exec Finally Gets The Picture
September 4, 2007
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  • Finally, it looks like some airline executives are figuring out why their flights are constantly delayed: their own airline practices. According to a New York Times article , “W. Douglas Parker, US Airways’ chief executive, said many delays could be avoided if airlines did not crowd flight departures around peak hours.”

    Now that they have admit it’s a problem, does anyone think they’ll actually do anything about it or just continue to try and pass the buck to GA?