All three of the New York metropolitan area major airports will see multi-billion dollar infrastructure investments under a proposed new plan, but the New York state governor wants to see far more invested in John F. Kennedy International Airport. The board of commissioners for the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey has announced a $29.5 billion 10-year capital plan that would include $2.5 billion for the redevelopment of JFK, and a new AirTrain system to serve LaGuardia Airport; ...

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