Allegations that U.S. carrier “overscheduling” is a source of flight delays are misguided, but antitrust immunity from the federal government for collaborative airline scheduling decisions still could improve performance at some congested airports, say the authors of an extensive new analysis of airline scheduling practices. The study, by Darryl Jenkins, Joshua Marks and Michael Miller at the Bethesda, Md.-based American Aviation Institute, defines “overscheduling” as decisions by ...


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