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09/01/2005 10:08 AM ID: 49924 Permalink   

Hurricane Means Fuel Shortages for Airlines

 

Hurricane Katrina has caused a 13 per cent reduction of daily jet fuel production across the United States, due to airports New Orleans and Gulfport, Mississippi being completely closed down to commercial traffic.

Airport Transportation Association spokesperson Jack Evans said that "Carriers are having to take measures to conserve fuel at airports where they are low and tanker in fuel when serving some destinations on the East Coast."

 
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