With LaGuardia still all wet, JFK and Newark will see both scores of delayed fliers, n flyers with flights booked for Wednesday, and a host of passengers waiting for a delayed plane flying in with crew and equipment.
John F. Kennedy International and Newark Liberty International airports, two of the three main flying hubs for the busy New York City area, will reopen on Wednesday morning with limited service, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said on Tuesday.
LaGuardia Airport remains closed, the Port Authority said on its website.
The three airports have all been closed due to Sandy, the massive storm that swept through the area on Monday. Typically they handle 300,000 passengers a day.
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