- United Airlines CEO blames FAA for recent flight disruptions due to staff shortage and cut arrival and departure rates.
- Over 800 U.S. flights canceled as a storm system hit the Northeast and more than 2,200 flights cancelled on Monday.
- FAA spokesman says they're willing to collaborate with anyone to solve the problem.
- United CEO to discuss with FAA and Transportation Department officials on how to prevent similar flight disruptions in the future.
- Transportation Department's Inspector General warns of air-traffic control staffing shortfalls, posing a risk to air traffic operations.
United CEO Faults FAA as Storms Prompt More Flight Cancellations
United Airlines CEO blames FAA for flight disruptions due to staff shortage and cut arrival and departure rates. Over 800 U.S. flights canceled due to a storm system hitting the Northeast.