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Air traffic suspensions at LaGuardia Airport have been lifted, but authorities advise passengers to contact their airlines regarding specific flights.
Another opportunity: smaller countries wanting to build their own airlines.
The city has a $1.1 billion plan to rework the terminal into what Pittsburgh, and not a hub airline, needs.
Travelers are encouraged to check with their airlines before heading to the airport Monday Reed said the outage started shortly after 1 p.m., at one of the three Georgia Power substations at the airport and was caused by an electrical fire.
As with many airlines, the supply chain for Bombardier’s CSeries jet and its components winds across national borders, employing workers in Canada, Northern Ireland and the United States.
At Garage C, there is just one bag-check counter for six airlines: United; Southwest; JetBlue; Delta; American; and Alaska.
The 737 combis showed up in Anchorage later with two other now-defunct airlines: AirCal and MarkAir.
Another, with JetBlue, an airline, went to Barclays.
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