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Aviation / Flight Delays #1108091

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 06, 2015
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Flight delay statistics for 2015 cited.

(Reagan National Airport: Kris Van Cleave) The process behind the decision on which airline flights get delayed examined; statistics on delays to and from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport cited. [Traveler Larsen JAY††- comments on the frequent delays in the flight from Chicago to Knoxville, Tennessee.] [masFlight CEO Josh MARKS††- explains why regional flights are delayed.] [United Airlines managing director Jim DeYOUNG††- says international flights will get priority.] The increase in seating capacity on regional jets mentioned.

Pelley, Scott;
Cleave, Kris Van

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