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Austrian Airlines expands its New York/New Jersey market
Austrian Airlines expands its New York/New Jersey market
Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff Bob and Sandy Nesoff 7/16/2014 at 12:23PM

Talk about making a splash.  Austrian Airlines took that phrase to a whole new level with its arrival at Newark Liberty International Airport. Although it has been a fixture at JFK for many years, Austrian decided that they were missing out on a major market that not only served New Jersey but was equally convenient [...]

Family fun for all ages; Seaside Heights Casino Pier
Family fun for all ages; Seaside Heights Casino Pier
Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff Bob and Sandy Nesoff 7/01/2014 at 4:19PM

It seems that finding activities for a family getting together is becoming more and more difficult as well as expensive.  A family unit of four or five can lay out the equivalent of a mortgage payment for a day’s outing. But there are options that can give you a quality day with the kids…or each [...]

Port Authority bids farewell to K-9 partner
Port Authority bids farewell to K-9 partner
News Angy Altamirano 4/16/2014 at 2:18PM

The Port Authority Police Department said goodbye to one of its best friends, a German shepherd named Phoenix, who helped protect the city’s travelers for over seven years.

Gov. announces measures to address Queens plane noise
Gov. announces measures to address Queens plane noise
News Melissa Chan 3/25/2014 at 3:13PM

The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey will double its sound monitors and create an office to address soaring noise complaints, under a string of new orders announced by Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Happy 101st anniversary to Grand Central Terminal
Penner's Pen Larry Penner 2/16/2014 at 9:26AM

Let us all rejoice in celebrating the 101st Anniversary of Grand Central Terminal, which first opened on Feb. 2, 1913. Contrast this with the late, great Penn Station Terminal, which was destroyed in the name of progress in 1962. Fast forward, 52 years later. Penn Station is still a shell of its former glory. There [...]