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Holiday Travel Season Opens With Mass Gridlock, Delays At LaGuardia

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Chaos ruled the night at LaGuardia Airport on Friday, with massive traffic buildups delaying passengers for hours on end.

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TSA Warns: 2018 Thanksgiving Travel Will Be Unprecedented

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Travel experts are already predicting the busiest Thanksgiving season at the airport on record.

This year’s holiday is also expected to last longer than normal, CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reported Tuesday. 513 more words

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How Is It Possible That LaGuardia Doesn’t Have Rail Access?

What do Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and Atlanta all have in common? They’re each home to one of the many airports on the eastern seaboard with a direct rail link into their city centers. 662 more words

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Tangible Signs Of Abject Failure

Any experienced traveler knows that you want to avoid the C and D concourses at LaGuardia if at all possible.  They’re old, and cramped, and noisy, and horribly overcrowded.   345 more words

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6 Hurt In 5-Vehicle Crash Outside LaGuardia's Terminal B

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Six people were hurt in a five-car crash outside LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal B Monday afternoon.

Police say the chain-reaction collision happened around 1 p.m., and involved at least two yellow cabs. 43 more words

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Brooklyn teen identified as mother of dead baby found in airplane toilet; after trip to Jamaica.

An 18-year-old Brooklyn woman has been identified as the mother of the premature newborn found dead inside an airplane toilet at LaGuardia Airport. She was returning with her sister from a trip to Jamaica and could have been the victim of a “botched abortion” in the Caribbean, officials said Wednesday. 84 more words

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Fetus found dead in plane bathroom had gestational age of 5 months

NEW YORK — The human fetus discovered Tuesday in a plane lavatory at LaGuardia Airport in New York had a gestational age of 5 months, scientists at the city’s Office of Chief Medical Examiner have determined. 187 more words

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