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October 27, 2012

Will Hurricane Sandy Delay My Flight?

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LaGuardia Airport was severely flooded by a Nor'easter on November 25, 1950. (Photo by Queens Borough Public Library)

“Will Hurricane Sandy delay my flight?” We’ve already been inundated with travelers asking this question so here’s the answer…

Hurricane Sandy Live Air Travel Updates post as warranted for as long as we have electricity and internet, and as long as our servers are running. We are in NYC while our servers are in southeastern Pennsylvania, and unusually, both locations are currently under the gun.

Also follow @NYCAviation on Twitter for real-time updates.

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