Category Archives: EWR

Volunteers Extend a Helping Hand at JFK, Newark Liberty

By Cheryl Albiez, Media Relations Staff At the age of 92, U.S. Army veteran Mel Manheimer no longer serves his country on active duty. But service is still an essential part of his life, as the last nine years as … Continue reading

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You Can Take the Man out of the Airport …

By Scott Ladd, Media Relations Staff Two years ago, Newark Liberty International Airport’s General Manager Richard Heslin was running the nation’s 14th busiest airport, serving more than 40 million passengers a year and dealing with the daily demands that invariably come … Continue reading

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The Port Authority, 2017: A Year in Pictures

Photos by Conrad Barclay, Mike Dombrowski and Rudy King For the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, 2017 brought a new leadership team – Board of Commissioners Chairman Kevin O’Toole and Executive Director Rick Cotton – as well … Continue reading

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