October 19, 2010 at 12:12 PM CDT - Updated June 15 at 4:39 PM
A new study says airline flight delays cost passengers billions of dollars.
The study delivered yesterday to the Federal Aviation Administration said in 2007 delays cost passengers $16.7 billion. Researchers looked at lost time waiting for flights and passengers scrambling to make other arrangements when flights were canceled. Delays only cost the airlines about half of that.