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The Airplane movie frame was funny the first 80 times an airline had a computer failure.
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Or How About We Cut Delta Some Slack?

Posted August 10, 2016 by Phil Derner Jr.

Well, that power outage turned into a mess. But as much as the “big bad airlines” can disrupt our plans, are we going too hard on Delta?

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Continuous Coverage: Blizzard of 2015

Posted January 27, 2015 by Phil Derner Jr.

Major blizzard hitting the northeast, we will keep you posted with status reports and forecasts for weather, airports and flights!






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LIVE UPDATES: Northeast’s Winter Storm

Posted February 12, 2014 by NYCAviation Staff

If you are looking for updates on the Northeast’s winter storm and don’t feel like sitting on Twitter all day? Just read the updates here!






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A JetBlue Airbus A320 like this one was diverted to Amarillo after the Captain suffered a panic attack. (Photo by Kaz T)
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JetBlue Suffers Computer Outage, Flights Delayed

Posted September 13, 2013 by Jason Rabinowitz

Update 11am: JetBlue says the computer issues have been resolved, but flight delays will persist throughout the day. Due to computer issues, JetBlue is experiencing system-wide delays Friday morning. As an example, none of the morning JFK to LAX flights have departed yet, and delays are rising to over three hours. We will update this […]

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FAA cut backs due to sequestration had resulted in the furloughing of ATC employees, causing massive delays throughout the country.
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Sequestration And You- How To Avoid The Delays

Posted April 21, 2013 by Jason Rabinowitz

So, your elected officials can’t do their job properly, but you already knew that. With an all time low approval rating, our lovely congress has failed to stop automatic spending cuts, and those cuts are hitting the FAA hard.






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Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood goofing off with President Barack Obama at the White House. (Photo by Pete Souza/White House)
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DOT Fines JetBlue and Orbitz Over Tarmac Delay and Baggage Fee Rules

Posted August 21, 2012 by NYCA Admin

The US Dept. of Transportation handed down $140,000 in fines to JetBlue and Orbitz on Monday for violating two consumer protection rules.






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Map of the shipwreck, arrrrr matey. (Map by Matt Molnar/Google)
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Rogue Sailboat Shuts Down Runway at Boston Logan Airport

Posted June 4, 2012 by NYCA Admin

An unoccupied sailboat broke free of its mooring in Boston Monday morning, running aground next to Logan Airport’s runway 9/27 and causing delays as the runway had to be closed, the airport said.






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European Commission VP Blasts Airport Snow Preparedness, Calls Disruption “Unacceptable”

Posted December 22, 2010 by BNO News

European Commission Vice President Siim Kallas has expressed concern regarding the airport infrastructure in Europe as extreme weather disrupts holiday season air travel.






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Delta Grounds Three 767s, Stranding More Than 600 at JFK

Posted July 14, 2010 by BNO News

Not goin’ anywhere for a while? Delta Air Lines grounded three Boeing 767 planes at New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport on Tuesday due to maintenance issues, stranding more than 600 passengers, local media reported on Wednesday.






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Construction personnel are seen completing work on the north side of the Bay Runway as two arriving aircraft taxi to the terminal
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JFK Airport Runway Replacement Megaproject Approaching On-Time Arrival

Posted June 7, 2010 by NYCA Admin

The massive $376 million project to renovate the longest, busiest runway at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York is nearing completion. Here’s how they’re getting it done right on schedule.






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