Is New York’s Laguardia Airport Getting Ready For Longer Flights?

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    For as long as I can recall, Laguardia airport in New York has had a restriction on the length of flights permissible at the airport. The “perimeter rule” restricted flights to a maximum of 1500 miles from Laguardia with very few exceptions, forcing longer flights to Newark or JFK. Now, according to the Wall Street Journal, discussions are heating up to lift the ban on those longer flights: The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which controls New York City’s three major airports, said it is studying the so-called... Read More » The post Is New York’s Laguardia Airport Getting Ready For Longer Flights? appeared first on Pizza In Motion.

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