Airports are hit with the double whammy right now of underwater runways and being totally cut off from the city because of bridge, tunnel, and transit closures.
The major airports serving metropolitan New York City remain closed due to the storm.
Stewart International Airport is open. However, air carriers have suspended operations until further notice.
LaGuardia, Newark Liberty and Kennedy remained closed on Tuesday.
Teterboro in New Jersey also is closed.
The JFK and Newark air trains are suspended.
Stewart airport is 55 miles north of New York City.
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