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Sen. Schumer To DOT: Press Foreign Airlines To Work Better With JFK Airport

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — 11 days after the recent winter storm, there are still travellers waiting to be reunited with their luggage from John F. Kennedy International Airport. 339 more words


Travelers Left To Find Luggage In Free-For-All At JFK

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Chaos continued Wednesday at John F. Kennedy International Airport, as thousands remained without their luggage days after snow closed the airport and… 837 more words


Violinist Calms Stranded JFK Passengers with Solo Performance

1010 WINS– A professional violinist treated stranded and weary passengers to some beautiful classical music during major delays at New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport earlier this week. 200 more words


JFK Airport Cleans Up After Water Main Break Floods Baggage Area, Sends Travelers Into Freezing Cold

Operations at New York’s JFK airport are beginning to get back to normal after several days of failures that crippled operations and upset passengers.

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NY airport terminal flooded as brutal cold grips US East Coast

International flights were suspended into a flooded terminal at New York’s flagship airport on Sunday, flung into chaos after a water main broke during brutally cold temperatures following a deadly winter storm. 555 more words


Water Main Break at JFK Airport Floods Baggage Claim Area, Shuts Down International Flights

A water main break flooded a baggage claim area at JFK International Airport in New York on Sunday afternoon, compounding flight cancellations and other headaches caused by the cold wave. 947 more words


Queens Man Accused Of Bringing Loaded, Stolen Handgun To JFK Airport

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A Queens man is accused of bringing a loaded, stolen handgun to John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Port Authority Police said the weapon was wrapped inside the man’s coat and placed on a conveyor belt at a security checkpoint in Terminal 4. 74 more words