I can’t believe it, but it’s that time again, time to pack the bags and head back to work. I’ve been dreading this moment all month. Not because I’ll be working, I like my job, but because I won’t be back in LA again for a week. The good news is the passenger loads from Los Angeles to New York look pretty open tomorrow, so I shouldn’t have any real problems commuting back, unless of course there’s a cancellation…or something. (Gee, I can’t imagine that happening.) I live in Los Angeles, but I work out of New York, so open flights are a must. Sure, the life style is a little crazy, but believe it or not, when it’s not summer, or a holiday month, or bad weather is in the forecast, commuting actually works for me. At least it did work for me. I’m not so sure how much longer it will work for me, considering they may be cutting back flights to JFK in the future. This is what I read this morning….
U.S. to limit flights at congested JFK
John Crawley, ReutersPublished: Saturday, September 22, 2007

WASHINGTON – The U.S. government has taken the first step toward limiting flights as early as next summer at New York’s John F. Kennedy airport, one of the busiest and one of the worst for delays and congestion.
The Federal Aviation Administration has taken the rare early step of asking major carriers for their JFK scheduling information for next spring and summer, according to a regulatory notice obtained by Reuters.

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