The pilot of an Alitalia flight said he saw something that he described as “a drone” about four to five miles southeast of the airport Monday afternoon.
Air travel could become the human face of the sequester, with long delays expected at big airports and an effect also likely on smaller airports.
Two Bronx women were found smuggling cocaine in diapers at JFK Airport on Saturday, federal agents said.
Delta officials said in a statement that the Sky Deck terraces will offer “unprecedented” airport views.
The passenger “drank all of his duty free liquor on the flight,” “tried to choke the woman next to him” and was “screaming the plane was going to crash.”
Winter got off to a wet and windy start across the Tri-State area Friday, causing power outages, flooding roads and delaying holiday travelers.
Airport security officers at John F. Kennedy International Airport were expected later in the week to vote to authorize a strike.
All New York metro area airports were experiencing major delays Monday afternoon due to heavy fog in the area.
Do you feel safe and secure at John F. Kennedy International Airport? You might not after hearing what some of the security personnel there have to say.
AAA forecasts that 43.6 million people will traveler for Thanksgiving nationwide — an uptick of less than one percent over last year with more than 90 percent getting to their destinations by car.
The public is now being told to stay away from fueling stations sent in by the Pentagon. They had been set up in five locations in New York City and on Long Island.
All subways, Metro-North and Long Island Rail Road service was suspended Sunday and it will remain that way until further notice. Bus service was also suspended.
At a news conference, Cuomo announced MTA subway service, Metro-North trains and LIRR service will be shut down as of 7 p.m. Sunday. Additionally, final bus service end at 9 p.m.
The Federal Aviation Administration has scheduled a meeting Monday night at the East Williston Village Hall on Long Island, to address concerns about the number of flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport zooming overhead.
The American Airlines seat scare has expanded to a third flight. Some have suspected sabotage, but on Tuesday surfaced a new theory on what’s causing the loose seats.