United Airlines plans to cut about 50 daily flights from Newark Liberty International Airport next month in an effort to reduce delays. The cut equates to 12% of United’s schedule at its New Jersey hub and apply solely to domestic flights, starting July 1. United executives have said the delays are the result of capacity constraints, airport construction and air traffic control — not airline staffing shortfalls. United said it is currently not ending service to any cities, but will reduce the number of flights it operates to certain markets.

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