Category Archives: airport history

Norwegian Airlines Puts the “International” in Stewart Airport

By Cheryl Albiez and Roz Hamlett, Media Relations Staff Historic is a word often associated with the rollout of new Port Authority facilities and services, whether it’s the redevelopment of LaGuardia Airport or construction of a brand-new Goethals Bridge. Yesterday, … Continue reading

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New Flight Path for Port Authority’s Director of Aviation

By Alana Calmi, Media Relations Staff When Huntley Lawrence moved with his family from London to Queens in 1969, he lived a stone’s throw from LaGuardia Airport and attended the aviation program offered at P.S. 127. Here he learned first-hand … Continue reading

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A Halloween Tale: Kennedy Airport, Flight 401 and the Walking Dead

“The boundaries between life and death are at best shadowy and vague.  Who shall say where one ends and where the other begins?”  — Edgar Allen Poe By Portfolio Editor Roz Hamlett Unlike many ghost tales, this one – which originated … Continue reading

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