The Port Authority is hoping to resume service at the airports by 3 p.m. Saturday.
New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says Wednesday overtime “flows like water” at the agency responsible for the region’s airports, seaports, PATH rail system, tunnels and bridges between New York and New Jersey.
While the Port Authority takes in proposals to do an airport capacity study Newark, JFK, and LaGuardia, one local aviation advocate says the first thing to do is upgrade the air traffic control system.
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Some stranded passengers have been mulling around John F. Kennedy Airport for hours, even days, hoping to get booked on a flight back to the snow-ravaged United Kingdom.
The FAA airspace redesign is intended to ease congestion and delays at the three main New York City area airports starting in 2012.
The New York City Council’s lawyer believes it has the power to ban the new full body scanners in use at airports.
A new government report criticizes attempts to reduce area airport chaos, saying scheduling rules continue to put too many planes in line when weather is the worst.
A Tennessee pilot who says he’s tired of being manhandled by security agents is waiting to see if he will lose his job because he refused a full body scan.
Newark Airport will receive the biggest chunk of the money. It’s getting more than $4 million to rehabilitate and widen taxiways to accommodate larger aircraft.