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Throwback Thursday: The Skies Over Queens and the Port Authority’s Decision

By Roz Hamlett, Portfolio editor Many people living in the vicinity of a Port Authority (PA) airport know that the agency engages actively with local community groups and roundtables on noise abatement issues. What’s less known is that these efforts began … Continue reading

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JFK: Five Things (OK, Technically Six Things) You Probably Didn’t Know About John F. Kennedy International Airport

By Pasquale DiFulco, Manager, Aviation Marketing & Communications John F. Kennedy International Airport is one of the world’s legendary aviation facilities. Its history is writ large across the decades as a renowned gateway to New York and the United States … Continue reading

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