World Trade Center Artifacts Removed From Storage After 15 YearsAn airplane hangar at John F. Kennedy Airport that once held 2,500 artifacts from the original World Trade Center will be emptied in a special ceremony Tuesday afternoon.
El Al Flight From New York Lands Safely In Israel After Bomb ThreatAn El Al flight from New York that was escorted Tuesday by military jets in Europe following a bomb threat landed safely in Israel.
TSA Chief: Progress Being Made On Shortening Airport LinesThe agency said it's added more lanes and increased staffing at peak periods especially at seven of the nation's busiest airports including JFK and Newark.
British Airways Computer Systems At JFK Airport Back After Crashing SundayBritish Airway computer systems are back up and running after causing a major travel headache at John F. Kennedy International Airport Sunday evening.
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CBS News: Video Shows JFK Airport Workers Entering Restricted Area Without Being CheckedJohn F. Kennedy Airport workers have been able to enter a restricted area of the airport without being checked.
TSA: Expect Longer Airport Lines This SummerThe Transportation Security Administration already warning travelers that if you're flying this summer, expect longer lines than the ones you see now.
Dogs Get Bathroom Of Their Own At JFKDogs and other animals now have a bathroom of their own at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport.
Officials: $126,000 In Cocaine Found In Oddly-Shaped Object At JFK AirportU.S. Customs and Border Protections officers seized around 7 pounds of cocaine stashed inside a shipment that arrived at John F. Kennedy airport in February.
Laser Beam Incident Forces New York-Bound Virgin Atlantic Flight Back To London's Heathrow AirportA New York-bound Virgin Atlantic flight had to return to London’s Heathrow Airport after a laser beam was pointed at the plane.
Court: NYC Airports Have Legal Right To Kill Migratory BirdsThe 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Tuesday that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey was within its rights to kill nearly any migratory bird in emergency situations.
JFK Airport Steps Up Customs Security With Biometric Facial ReadersCustoms agents unveiled new biometric technology Tuesday that uses face recognition to match a person's face to their passport photo.