The pilot was removed from the cockpit because someone smelled something — and said something.
A Spirit Airlines jet was sitting in the tarmac at LaGuardia airport following the removal of a passenger who made a threat, CBS 2 reports.
The New York City subway system “has never faced a disaster as devastating” as the damage that was caused by Superstorm Sandy, Metropolitan Transportation Authority chairman Joseph Lhota said Tuesday.
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.
A change in stops on one of the city’s most popular bus routes has made some residents unhappy.
In April, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand proposed a bill authorizing authorities to remove Canada geese from the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in June and July when the birds are molting and cannot fly.
A man who stole a laptop at Tampa International Airport has been arrested at LaGuardia, the Federal Transportation Security Administration reports.
Long Island is under a constant barrage of airplane noise, according to Len Schier of Quiet Skies.
The bill would authorize authorities to remove Canada geese from the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in June and July when the birds are molting and cannot fly.
The plane started swerving immediately right after the two hit, so he was rocking the plane back and forth,” passenger Laura Echavarria said. “I’m going to die. I’m not going to see my family.”
The New York National Guard says it will have more than 250 troops on duty for the Thanksgiving holiday helping provide security at airports and train stations in New York City.
“We are seeing some very serious consequences of the storm, including flooding and downed trees and power outages,” Bloomberg said Sunday.
A Wall Street Journal survey hows that 40 out of the 100 most delayed flights in the country are from Newark Liberty.
It took six days and $5,000, but two friends did it. They hired a New York City cab driver to drive them across the United States all the way to Los Angeles.
Spirits are flying high at LaGuardia Airport after the opening of the new air traffic control tower. The $100 million tower opened this week and so far controllers are giving two thumbs up.