Congressmen representing the districts closest to New York's airports are demanding solutions to the area's air traffic congestion problems, but few appear willing to look beyond parochial interests. Testifying at recent hearings in Manhattan sponsored by the House Subcommittee on Aviation, the representatives vented most of their apparent anger against ``airline greed'' and ``FAA incompetence,'' though general aviation took a few hits as well. ``We need to get the private jets ...

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