United Airlines is going to stop its service at JFK Airport in New York in October Know why?

United Airlines (UAL.O) said on Friday it would suspend service to New York's John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) through the end of October.

Because United had threatened to act if the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) did not allow the air carrier to take additional flights.

Let us tell you that even after resuming the service in 2021

United only flies twice daily from JFK, New York's busiest airport, to San Francisco and Los Angeles.

United have made the difficult decision to temporarily suspend service at JFK

Let us tell you that United said in a memo seen by Reuters.

The airline has not yet specified when it might resume service.

United also said that "discussions with the FAA have been constructive" but will take some time.

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