FAA says O'Hare upgrades could improve on-time performance

04/5/2011 | USA Today

The plan to build new runways and a new terminal and update the airfield at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport could help improve the airport's on-time performance. The Federal Aviation Administration estimates that when the final new runway is completed, the airport's delays will be cut by 64%. The project is expected to cost $3.4 billion.

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