Airports Authority Warns Against Adding More Flights At National

In a message that seems intended for the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT), airlines and federal lawmakers, the authority that runs Reagan Washington National Airport is warning that the facility cannot handle many more flights. In a March 27 filing with DOT, the Washington Metropolitan Airports...

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