New York Airport
We are now at important moment to New York Airport. Just only few months ago, exactly between the end of June and the beginning of July John. F. Kennedy International Airport’s (JFK Airport) runways welcome one of its most curious and elegant passengers. And, perhaps you are questioning yourself what public character, politician or royal family member has these characteristics, because we have a large New York JFK Airport Service..
Well, I feel sorry about telling you that it is not about someone of them and I disclose that these announced passengers form New York Airport skin is prone to be greenish, they always carry what they have with them and when some danger threatens them they don’t have any doubt about shelter at home until the threaten has passed.
But not only the turtles pass by this airport, located in southeastern Queens County, New York, just 15 miles by road from downtown Manhattan, because it is the largest airport of international traffic with an average of 560,000 takeoffs and landings per year. The 80% of its annual turnover is 95 million passengers through international flights.
JetBlue Airways, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, British Airways and Air France are the five largest airlines at an airport whose original construction was invested 150 million dollars and in which the Port Authority has invested nearly 6’1 million dollars. In addition, New York Airport is a strong advocate of noise reduction programs in local schools, a leader in the use of alternative fuel vehicles and a major funder of the Council for Airport Opportunity and the Office Air Service Development. But this airport is not only committed to environmental causes but also to American society. Each year it organizes a variety of educational and community events including a race of 5 kilometers from the airport to help students explore opportunities in aviation.