New York Airport Flight Cancellations Amid Tropical Storm Henri

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Bloomberg Quicktake: Now published this video item, entitled “New York Airport Flight Cancellations Amid Tropical Storm Henri” – below is their description.

“23% of flights at LaGuardia have been cancelled, 11% of flights at JFK have been cancelled and 22% of flights at Newark have been cancelled.”

Port Authority Executive Director Rick Cotton said of the tropical storm #Henri’s impact on flight activity in New York City.

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