Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced Friday that a variety of usage and rental fees normally charged at Stewart International Airport, about 55 mi. north of New York City, will be waived for the next six months "in a measure designed to preserve and expand air services" at the facility. AirTran Airways recently announced it was leaving the airport (ATWOnline, June 17), while other carriers like JetBlue Airways and Delta Air Lines have or will cut services. The initiative will ...

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