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IATA To Cut Newark Airport Out Of The New York City Herd

There is longstanding friction over whether New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) “belongs” to New York or the Garden State. It is controlled by the cross-state Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, along with Teterboro Airport—also in New Jersey—and New York’s JFK International and LaGuardia Airports. ( More...

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coinflyer 4
"The memo goes on to list four other international airports that have also been removed from their previous City Codes." And of course they fail to mention which.
sparkie624 1
I wonder what the reason is... they are all fairly close!
Richard Haas 1
Probably because a lot of international itineraries involve transferring from JFK to EWR or vice versa which involves an additional bag fee.

I note that Stewart is also a Port Authority airport.


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