Thirteen airlines will battle for 22 new Washington National Airport (DCA) slots, made available mostly by Vision 100, the FAA reauthorization bill. The U.S. Dept. of Transportation (DOT) received 42 requests from nine airlines for 12 slot exemptions available beyond the 1,250-mile perimeter from DCA. Competition for the 10 slots inside the perimeter was less fierce, with 14 requests from four airlines. In addition to the 20 slots from Vision 100, DOT will award two extra ...
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