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LaGuardia Airport

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  • Thief Steals Dining Police Officer's Car

    Thief Steals Dining Police Officer's Car
    A New York City police officer has been suspended after his unattended department sport utility vehicle was stolen from a Bronx street and was found about 11 miles away at LaGuardia Airport. Police say an officer with the Port Authority of New York and...
  • NYC Public Schools Will Be Closed Wednesday

    NYC Public Schools Will Be Closed Wednesday
    Hundreds of flights were canceled and schools were shuttered Tuesday before a single snowflake hit New York City, as residents and officials braced for a predicted snowstorm. Airlines had canceled hundreds of flights in anticipation of the blast of...
  • No Injuries When New Jersey Plane Hits Flock Of Birds

    No Injuries When New Jersey Plane Hits Flock Of Birds
    Officials say a Continental Airlines jet with 301 people aboard returned safely to Newark Liberty International Airport after it struck a flock of geese shortly after takeoff. No one was injured. Ron Marsico, a spokesman for the Port Authority of New...
  • Continental Asks To Be Exempted From Delays Rule

    Continental Asks To Be Exempted From Delays Rule
    Continental Airlines Inc. has asked regulators for an exemption from new rules to punish airlines for long tarmac delays, saying construction at New York's Kennedy Airport will slow operations at two other nearby airports. If Continental doesn't get...
  • Hudson 'Miracle' Pilots Reunite For First Flight Back

    Hudson 'Miracle' Pilots Reunite For First Flight Back
    The "Miracle on the Hudson" pilots are back together. Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger and 1st Officer Jeffrey Skiles flew Thursday from Charlotte, N.C., to New York - their first flight together since they were forced to ditch a disabled plane in...
  • JWA listed as scary because of noise restrictions

    John Wayne Airport has earned an unwanted distinction from a travel website that called it one of the world's 11 scariest airports. SmarterTraveler.Com listed JWA among a good number of Third World airports, including those in Honduras and Guatemala, as...
  • A NEW SEARCH IN 1983 KILLING

    When police 24 years ago searched a van belonging to an East Hartford police officer in connection with the shooting death of an Andover man, they found blood-like stains on the sun visor and ceiling they weren't able to identify. They then went to the...
  • 'Sully' Was Right to Ditch Jet Into Hudson River

    'Sully' Was Right to Ditch Jet Into Hudson River
    On Tuesday a federal panel said hero Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger made the right choice by ditching US Airways Flight 1549 into the Hudson River last year, although it would have been possible for the plane to land at LaGuardia Airport. The...
  • Engineers shocked by towers collapse

    The World Trade Center, a symbol of American economic might, survived one terrorist attack in 1993. It was designed to withstand the impact of a jet, but both its towers collapsed this morning after planes rammed them. The structural engineer who...
  • Part 4: Hope isn't even on the radar

    When Stacey Jones and his family were booked on a 5 p.m. United Airlines flight from O'Hare International Airport to New York last week, they didn't think they were buying a lottery ticket. But in a way, they were.Even in perfect weather, that flight...