Air traffic was shut down at LaGuardia Airport early Monday evening, after a plane’s nose gear collapsed after landing.
Southwest Airlines canceled several flights Saturday morning, after a computer glitch grounded the entire fleet overnight.
The incident happened at around 6 a.m. Monday at LaGuardia Airport and involved seniors from the Yeshivah of Flatbush.
The plane had 134 passengers aboard, the Federal Aviation Administration said. There are no reports of injuries.
This morning, roughly one dozen started swinging hammers and sawing wood in the Rockaways, whatever needs to be done to help members of the FDNY rebuild their own homes damaged by the storm.
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The airline says the pilot was making a “fun announcement” that the mother of an air traffic controller was on the plane, but a spokeswoman said some mistook the phrase “mom on board” for “bomb on board.”
Tuesday morning, 9-year-old Chloe Boyce boarded a plane in Nashville bound for LaGuardia Airport to spend Christmas with her aunt. But when the passengers got off the plane in New York, Chloe wasn’t on it.
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It is not clear what the employees were fighting about, but a Port Authority spokesman told 1010 WINS two airline employees were arguing about something when one hit the other with a pipe.
Southwest Airlines has apologized to a mother and daughter who said they got rough treatment at the airport.
On Monday, Southwest revealed that inspectors found cracks in three more of its planes — similar to the ones suspected in the fuselage tear on one of its jets on Friday.
Southwest Airlines said it has cancelled 300 flights on Sunday as the airline continues its inspection of 79 of its Boeing 737 aircraft, in the aftermath of an emergency landing of one of its planes two days earlier.
Right now, two million people a year fly in and out of MacArthur Airport on Long Island.