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Add American Airlines towards the list of carriers that want out from the government new rule to limit the time passengers may be held on the tarmac.
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JetBlue and Delta asked for exemptions last week. Those 3 airlines are the largest operators at JFK.
The new rule is set to go into effect next month. It could mean fines of as much as $27,500 per passenger if a plane is stuck on the tarmac for a lot more than 3 hours. For an average Boeing 737, that could imply a fine of practically $4 million.
For a few of American larger planes, like the ones that fly internationally, the fines will be even larger. A delayed flight on a Boeing 777 could levy a fine of $8.9 million.
American said the gridlock as a result of construction at JFK will lead airlines to "cancel flights rather than run the threat of incurring such crippling penalties." The airline mentioned this could specifically hurt passengers traveling from New York to destinations using a limited quantity of flights per day because they have fewer selections to rebook if their flight is canceled.
The Federal Aviation Administration expects delays at JFK will typical about 50 minutes during peak instances and 29 minutes at other occasions during runway construction, anticipated to final till June 30. That is definitely comparable to delays on busy summer time days.
American, based in Fort Worth, Texas, said it supports JetBlue and Delta in their requests for exemptions, but only if they apply to all carriers at JFK.
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