Pack a little extra patience and Xanax if flying through New York’s JFK Airport between March 1 and June 1, 2010, when one of the airport’s four runways will be closed for construction. Though the improvements to JFK’s longest runway are expected to reduce future delays, these months will pose a challenge for air-traffic controllers as they shuffle flights in the congested airport. Travelers should expect increased delays and airport alcohol consumption.
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Cuban born, Miami raised, Dallas and London educated and New York seasoned, I am a professional actor and travel writer living in Hell’s Kitchen. View all posts by Ivan Quintanilla