A handful of low-cost airlines are urging the Transportation Department to make up its mind already on possible changes for access to New York’s popular airports.
the largest airlines that now dominate service at LaGuardia, JFK and
Newark airports have strenuously resisted any possible changes in the
allocation of "slots," which grant an airline the right for a takeoff or
landing at all three of the congested and capacity-controlled New York
The department hasn’t set any deadline for taking action in the contentious dispute, which it has been mulling since January.