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Articles tagged “jfk”

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Travel in the northeast U.S. is slowly heading back to normal, with some caveats

The northeast has the U.S.'s best combination of roads, rail, and planes, so despite the amazing damage it's a role model for how a region can recover from a natural disaster.

Travel in the northeast U.S. is slowly heading back to normal, with some caveats

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New York’s JFK and Newark airports to open on Wednesday, LaGuardia still closed

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.

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Pics: New York area airports flooded with water, especially LGA

Airports will take a few days to get back up to speed, and LGA's future readiness will have to be reconsidered.

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NYC airports lengthen return time for taxis on “shortie” trips

Another decision in favor of NYC taxi drivers after a 17 percent fare hike this summer showing the city’s efforts to give drivers a fair shot at lucrative fares each day. Luckily this one doesn’t affect passengers’ wallets.

NYC airports lengthen return time for taxis on “shortie” trips

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JetBlue is building a new international terminal at New York’s JFK Airport

JetBlue’s T5 has been a bright spot among dingy New York airports since its opening in 2008 so the newest addition will likely follow suite and hopefully lead the way in design and efficiency for its outdated neighbors.

JetBlue is building a new international terminal at New York’s JFK Airport

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Pets have a place to stay at JFK airport with $32 million kennel on the way

Pet travel, a huge and fast growing sector of the industry, will get an even bigger boost when a marquee airport like JFK creates such a facility. And of course a big source of future revenue for airports as well.

Pets have a place to stay at JFK airport with $32 million kennel on the way

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Tiny liquor bottles add up to giant theft at New York’s JFK airport

Small liquor bottles and duty free are the downfall of many passengers, and it turns out that their tiny allure was enough to turn some airport workers into full-blown criminals.

Tiny liquor bottles add up to giant theft at New York’s JFK airport

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How a man whose jet ski ran out of fuel foiled JFK’s $100 million security system

In tandem with the security system that failed is a private security force that's taken over duties from the Port Authority police.

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New York City airports unveil $180K worth of holograms to answer passenger FAQs

The upside of the hologram is that it doesn't need a bathroom break or overtime. Let's see how it responds to ticket-off passengers during weather delays.

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Wrong New York airport: How the EWR-LGA-JFK triangle snares every kind of traveler

There's nothing like showing up at the wrong airport and realized that you're about to spend at least $50 to just narrowly miss your airplane.