John F. Kennedy International Airport
Guerrero was arrested after declaring an empty – but unlicensed – .40 caliber semi-automatic pistol while trying to fly to Las Vegas, Port Authority police said.
A man has been charged with murder, after a woman’s body was found Tuesday in a nature preserve near John F. Kennedy International Airport.
A plane landed at John F. Kennedy International Airport this weekend with an extra passenger.
Two planes collided on the ground early Saturday at John F. Kennedy International Airport, forcing 155 passengers to disembark.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a report from the pilot, who claims he saw an unmanned or remote-controlled aircraft while on his final approach to John F. Kennedy International Airport.
President Barack Obama has issued a travel warning to the flying public: If the government goes over the latest fiscal cliff, expect major delays at airports, especially those in the busy Tri-State Area.
An American Airlines employee apparently took the pair through a “back way,” bypassing security in order to help them make their connecting domestic flight.
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects wanted for holding up three hotels near John F. Kennedy International Airport since December.
Agents found the loaded .45 caliber pistol when the Cancun-bound man’s items were going through a metal detector Monday.
According to airport officials, flight 3518 to Pittsburgh took off from the airport in Windsor Locks around 11:30 a.m. but was forced to turn back 15 to 20 minutes later. A fire was reported in the plane’s auxiliary power unit.
JetBlue flight 721 turned back as a precaution just before 10 a.m. Airline officials said it was not a direct bird strike.
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.