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LaGuardia Airport

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  • Plane Lands Safely After Reported Bird Strike

    Plane Lands Safely After Reported Bird Strike
    An American Airlines flight on its way from Miami to New York landed safely at LaGuardia Airport late Tuesday morning after reporting a bird strike, PIX News has learned. The Federal Aviation Administration said Flight 1256 was at an altitude of 900 feet...
  • Bloomfield Man, 70, Recalls Being Michael Jackson's Chauffeur

    Bloomfield Man, 70, Recalls Being Michael Jackson's Chauffeur
    Robert Farmer didn't watch this week's tribute to Michael Jackson. The 70-year-old Bloomfield resident has his own cherished memories of The Gloved One, including the spring day in 1988 when Jackson gave Farmer the hat off his head, after an MJ concert...
  • Emergency Landing Caused By Old Paper Napkin

    (WGN-AM)- A United Airlines plane headed to Denver was diverted to O'Hare International Airport Friday afternoon because of a white powder on board that was found to be a disintegrated paper napkin, authorities said. A white powdery substance fell out of...
  • LaGuardia Airport Reopens After Bomb Scare

    LaGuardia Airport Reopens After Bomb Scare
    LaGuardia Airport is back open after a bomb scare this morning caused officials to evacuate the main terminal. Police say a man carrying a bag filled with batteries and wires was taken into custody. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey spokesman John...
  • NTSB To Examine If Further Regulations Are Needed In Hudson Corridor

    NTSB To Examine If Further Regulations Are Needed In Hudson Corridor
    Members of the National Transportation Safety Board are set to examine whether stricter airspace regulations need to be introduced in New York as a result of Saturday's fatal mid-air collision that left nine people dead. "[We are] going to be looking...
  • Cops: Man Shot At LaGuardia May Have Been Targeted

    Cops: Man Shot At LaGuardia May Have Been Targeted
    Police launched a probe Tuesday into the shooting of a 26-year-old man at LaGuardia Airport, who had just flown in from Las Vegas. According to New York City police, the shooting occurred around 11:30 p.m. Monday. The man was shot in the upper left chest...
  • 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...
  • Spirit Pilots Strike Wrecks Vacation Plans

    Spirit Pilots Strike Wrecks Vacation Plans
    Spirit Airlines is canceling all of its flights through Tuesday, stranding thousands more passengers as a pilot's strike continues into its second day. The discount carrier said on its website Sunday that all Spirit Airlines flights have been cancelled...
  • Geese That Forced Plane's Hudson River Landing Still Flying Near JFK Runways

    Geese That Forced Plane's Hudson River Landing Still Flying Near JFK Runways
    A year and a half after Canada geese forced an airliner to splash down in the Hudson River, officials are rounding them up in almost every part of the city -- but flocks are still free to take off around John F. Kennedy International Airport. The wild...
  • 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...
  • 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...