Major U.S. airlines say they expect to lose tens of millions of dollars in revenue each month because of flight delays and cancellations caused by the FAA’s furlough of air traffic controllers, which began April 21. Many carriers also say they are cancelling hundreds of flights to try to mitigate delays. Delta Air Lines, for example, says the additional cancellations will range from about 150 on a good weather day to nearly 400 on a bad one. The carriers provided their estimates and ...


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