'Cancel take off plans!' Close shave at JFK
Jun 23, 2011
Press Trust of India | Monday January 7, 2013
A passenger aboard a flight to New York was restrained with duct tape by co-passengers after he allegedly attacked a woman and screamed the plane was going to crash, according to media reports.
Indo-Asian News Service | Friday November 16, 2012
A total of 3,600 new Apple iPad mini tablet computers worth $1.5 million were stolen from the JFK airport in New York, the New York Post said.
Agence France Presse | Wednesday October 31, 2012
The John F. Kennedy and Newark Liberty airports, both of which serve New York City, are reopening Wednesday morning after being closed for days by Hurricane Sandy, the local port authority said.
Press Trust of India | Thursday September 20, 2012
The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has been slapped with a fine of USD 150,000 by US authorities for keeping passengers aboard a plane during an extended ground delay last year. This is the first fine for an international flight in violation ...
Agence France-Presse | Friday July 27, 2012
New York's John F. Kennedy Airport is a teeming hub for international flight -- and globe-trotting germs, a new study says. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology paper published this week named JFK as the top of a list of "super-spreaders" in con...
Indo-Asian News Service | Monday May 28, 2012
An escaped monkey in a plane's cargo hold delayed a flight from New York's JFK International Airport for nearly four hours, it was reported on Saturday.
Associated Press | Sunday December 4, 2011
An 84-year-old New York grandmother has said she was injured and humiliated when she was strip searched at an airport after she asked to be patted down instead of going through a body scanner.
NDTV Correspondent | Sunday November 13, 2011
The United States has apologised to India for the incident involving the frisking of former President APJ Abdul Kalam at the John F Kennedy Airport in New York.
Press Trust of India | Thursday July 8, 2010
Four Glock 9mm semi-automatic guns belonging to the personal bodyguards of the visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have gone missing, after his arrival in New York and have not been traced for the past four days. The guns were placed ...