New York-area airports expected to reopen

By REUTERS
August 29, 2011 05:34

 
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WASHINGTON - The New York-area's three main airports are expected to reopen on Monday morning, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

The FAA website said John F Kennedy and Newark international would both open at 6 a.m. EDT, and LaGuardia would open an hour later.

The airports were closed during Hurricane Irene, and a full service flight schedule is not expected to be in place until Tuesday, airlines said.

Big airlines that heavily use the three airports include Delta Air Lines , US Airways , United Airlines , and American Airlines . JetBlue Airways is based at JFK.

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