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Our Flag flies at our Airports-Happy 4th of July

Happy 4th of July. Read more…
Bishop Igbinigie of the United Temple of God International Mission of Nigeria, fell to his knees, prostrated himself and pleaded for help in getting out of JFK and back home. Due to the pandemic and flight restrictions he had been unable to fly and short of money was stuck here in NY since March, scared, alone, frustrated and in limbo. Inspector Bellucci of the PAPD assisted the Bishop to Traveler’s Aid and T4 which was able to provide lodging, food and help the Bishop arrange a flight for the beginning of the long trip home. #nigerianrepatriation #covidcasualty #bishops #helpinghand #jfkiat #whatnewyorkersdo #panynj #travelersaid Read more…

Welcoming words to world travelers at new Terminal B at LaGuardia Airport

Port Authority Executive Director Rick Cotton stands in front of many quotes from NYC’s Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia lining the newly opened LaGuardia Terminal B Arrivals Hall wall during ribbon cutting and terminal tour June 10. Read more…
Customs Border Protection (CBP) and Center for Disease Control (CDC) provide oversight of dogs and cats from international flights. There is a concern over the documentation of some of these animals and concern for their welfare. In many cases these animals have incomplete documentation. If documentation is not received then these animals will be returned to the country of origin at the expense of the airlines. Read more…

D.O.T. plans No-Fly order against China for passenger flights in U.S.

Trump administration’s D.O.T. plans to block numerous Chinese operated passenger flights from flying into the U.S. from China beginning June16. At JFK alone, there can be daily flights from Air China, China Eastern, China Southern, Hainan, Sichuan, Xiamen and Beijing Capital Airlines which are on the no-fly list. Read more…
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