ATLANTA (UPI) - Atlanta's Hartsfield International Airport has lost its title of the "World's Busiest Airport" to Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, largely because of flight cutbacks by troubled Eastern Airlines.

Figures released by the Federal Aviation Administration show Hartsfield had 192,211 flights during the first three months of this year, compared to 196,589 flights from O'Hare.

The Hartsfield decrease was a 3 percent drop in overall traffic from the record 197,657 flights in the first quarter of 1987.

Much of the decrease in Hartsfield traffic was due to a cutback by Eastern Airlines, which is suffering financial and labor woes.