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Airportdata.com - JFK

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Airportdata.com provides airport and handling agent data for pre-flight planning to the air transport industry. The service details all major commercial airports worldwide with contact details and technical data. There are full listings of airport service providers including: ground handling agents, FBOs, fuel providers, line maintenance and catering companies. There is also data for flight clearances, aviation authorities, search and rescue, local medical facilities, airlines, embassies and hotels. Other areas covered include: NOTAMs, noise regulations, aviation weather, travel advisories, visa requirements and aviation charges. The service is used by all types of airline: passenger/cargo, scheduled/charter, international/regional, government and military. Different departments using the service include: Flight Ops, Charter Ops, Ground Ops, Route/Network Planning and Procurement/Contracts.

The detail shown in the download is summary data for JFK airport. For more information, please visit Airportdata.com.

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