Tag Archives: Stewart International Airport

How Four Port Authority Facilities Got Their Names

By Gregory Quinn, Special to the Port Authority George Washington Bridge   One of the most-used bridges in the world, the double-decked suspension George Washington Bridge connects Northern Manhattan to New Jersey via Interstate 95. The namesake for this bridge … Continue reading

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Stewart International Airport Mystery Building

What is that mysterious building at Stewart International Airport? Turns out it’s a relic from the Cold War… Continue reading

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The New York Air Show Set for 2016

A huge and appreciative crowd cheered on the fliers over Stewart Airport, an aviation facility steeped in military history that began with an airfield built by the Army in 1943 for the flight training of cadets from the United States … Continue reading

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