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"laguardia" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Located when she went to a local police department in Montana to identify herself. She is by all accounts safe, she is accounts by all healthy, and she is by all accounts happy. And while police believe Navarro's disappearance likely began as a runaway situation, this is just the beginning of their investigation. Navarro, who was diagnosed with autism, leaving this note behind in 2019, writing, I ran away. I will be there. I'm sorry. Did anybody hurt you in any way? No, no one hurt me. Now police sharing this FaceTime call with the now 18 -year -old. Thank you for offering help to me. Authorities say Navarro is asking for privacy and that a large part of her coming forward is that she wants to move on with her life. Her mother, Jessica, now waiting until finally reunites with her daughter. They've spoken briefly via phone, nothing in person yet. Obviously that is going to play out in the days and weeks to come. Well, it's still unclear who, if anyone was with over the last four years. Police say she is not facing any charges and that she's been extremely operative with investigators. And again, that's ABC's Mala Lange reporting. It's now two twenty and it is time to check your money news from the stock charts dot com money update desk. Let's check in with Frank Miller. Travel woes continue to impact the nation as severe thunderstorm warnings are in place around the country. According to FlightAware, over sixty one hundred flights were delayed Thursday, along with over eight hundred fifty cancellations in New York, JFK International Airport, along with LaGuardia and Newark's Liberty International Airport. We're seeing the worst delays. Meanwhile, travelers to the northeast can expect some more headaches this weekend as the region is dealing with its first heatwave of the summer this weekend on
Donald Trump Prepares to Surrender in the City He Largely Built
"Just a couple hours Donald Trump will be arraigned he was indicted last week. We're going to finally hopefully get some specifics of the indictment. Donald Trump will be surrendering in front of the Manhattan courthouse. And I just want you to take a pause here and I don't think anyone's making this argument. I want you to imagine Donald Trump's mindset as he landed yesterday on Trump force one. Landed, I think he landed Laguardia or JFK. It's irrelevant where he landed. But as you had a motorcade coming in New York City, you could imagine the emotion that Donald Trump was feeling. As he was looking at a skyline that he largely developed. He was looking at a city that he largely built. Looking at a city saved. Looking at the convention center deal that was his first deal in Manhattan. Looking at what was once called the hotel Commodore, now the grand Hyatt right near Grand Central station. Looking at the woman rink in Central Park that he did the deal quicker than anybody else. Looking at Trump Tower. Looking at the Plaza hotel that he was an owner of. Looking at the real estate portfolio that he built, but not just his own personal portfolio, the streets that he helped cleaned up. The charities he supported. So the same city that he was heavily involved in. He was considered to be mister New York. In fact, when I was growing up, and I first visited New York City, if you would have said, hey, who is the first billionaire that comes to mind here? It wouldn't be a hedge fund guy. It wouldn't be a celebrity to be Donald Trump. It'd be the man who built things. It'd be the man who wrote the art of the deal. And make no mistake. That is part of this entire thing. They want to publicly humiliate him in the city that he largely built.
"laguardia" Discussed on WTOP
"Every move before, during, and after his arraignment tomorrow, CBS pat Milton reports. There will be teams of agents at New York Laguardia airport. There will also be agents at Trump Tower and with his motorcade to and from the courthouse and other locations. There will also be agents at the Manhattan criminal courthouse where they will assist Trump's assigned detail in protection as well as helping with the security sweep of the courthouse and screening the media and the public entering to ensure the location is safe for the former president. Instead of raising hands, Nashville students raised signs and their voices at a rally at the state capitol. They're demanding action on gun control legislation after 6 people were shot to death at a Christian elementary school last week. Rally organizer brinjal. Then we want to make it clear that our voices do matter and that we can change things. A closely watched state Supreme Court election takes place in Wisconsin tomorrow. Bruce Marcus reports. The election in this battleground state will determine whether conservatives or liberals are the court's majority. So it could impact redistricting and abortion access. The candidates are conservative, Daniel Kelly, a former justice who claims his opponent Milwaukee circuit court judge Janet pro to say what's his soft on crime. Have been so egregiously weak. Proud to say what's counters by claiming Kelly is a right-wing extremist. This is the most expensive state Supreme Court race in U.S. history. Bruce Marcus for CBS News, eagle river, Wisconsin. NASA says astronauts Reid weisman, Victor Glover and Christian Kristina Koch and Canada's Jeremy Hansen will fly around the moon next year, NASA administrator Bill Nelson. We will usher in a new era of exploration for new generation of star sailors and dreamers. The Artemis generation. President Biden's investing in America tour makes a stop in the Minneapolis area where he lashes out at Republicans in Congress saying they won't raise the country's debts. They said they're not
Is China Building a Site Diagram of the U.S.?
"You know when my prior line of work before we brought the president anywhere we would do these things called site diagrams Back then we use PowerPoint I don't know what they use now I heard they're using different technology now but that's not for me to put out here But back then you would walk to assign let's say the president was going to land at JFK airport With Laguardia marine air terminal And you would go to PowerPoint and you would spend a couple hours on PowerPoint putting together a diagram of the building It didn't have to be to scale because no one was measuring anything when they were looking at it It was just so the guys on the plane with the president that they could look at the stuff before they hit the ground and say okay here's where the bathroom is Here's where the hard room is Here's all the stuff is And if we have to harden up with the president the hard room is like a room with no windows and concrete walls where you can defend one opening So if we had to put them in a hard room where is it It's 20 steps here to the left whatever it may be Has it ever occurred to anyone in our government now at least on the political side that that's what China may be doing to us Hey here's where all the broadband cables go into that military installation installation that's a key component of our nuclear triad Be a real shame if someone dropped the bomb on those who cut them right Has anyone thought of this Like hey there's a you have fort whatever here in this whatever state and here's the interesting thing about this Ford It's really well defended but there's a problem with the fort There's only one road going there Wouldn't it be a shame if someone took that road out and planted like a bomb on it making it impassable Why do you think China or some other enemy in the United States may be engaged in extensive photography surveillance Thermal imagery in the United States You think they're doing it so they can figure out where to come over and send their kids to play romper room with your kids No they're doing it to kill people And what's the golden rule of the Dan bongino show It's don't get dead
Dennis Talks to Chris Rufo, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute
"A Chris rufo. Welcome back to my show. It's great to be with you. Where do you live, by the way? Yeah, I have outside of Seattle, Washington, and a small town on the kitsap Peninsula. A bit far away from Florida, but I found myself in the last few years. Spending a lot of time in the sunshine state and really having a huge admiration for what governor desantis has been doing there. Listen, Washington state to Florida is a serious trip. I salute you. In the last two weeks, you may be the only person working full-time in Florida who's living. You know, pilots do that. Where were you based Denver, you know, where you fly out of Laguardia. Okay, but you really got it bad or fascinating. All right, so let's explain everything. This is beyond interesting. It's equally important. So he contacted you, governor desantis to do what. Yeah, I've been working with the governor and his team on critical race theory on gender ideology in schools. I helped with the stop woke act and attended a number of events with him, including the bill signing for the legislation. And then I got a call last month from one of the governor's team. And he said, hey, look, we're going to overturn, we're going to take over the whole board of new college of Florida, which is Florida's smallest public university. It has about 700 students. It's notoriously kind of left wing and progressive. There are some located in Florida. It's in Sarasota, so it's on the gulf side of Florida. Of the state. And it's actually been really failing. It actually has the lowest scores on all the performance metrics. For the Florida high dropout rates, can't recruit enough students, huge problems for years. And the situation that they describe was this, the legislature is ready to actually just dissolve the university entirely. They're so frustrated at the university has been sailing for so long. They are ready to actually shut it down. But the governor had a different idea. He said, rather than shutting it down, why don't we do an experiment? We're going to get a new majority of board members that are kind of solid conservatives, intellectuals, from hillsdale, from other institutions, and we'll take over the board and we'll perform it from the top down. And so I said, great, well, how would you like me to help? And he said, we want you to be on the board, which is a bit surprising at first. But it's turned out to be really, I think, just a great experiment. And it really is the future of saying, hey, look, when conservative win elections, when they get to a point people to board the boards of trustees at that public universities, those people should actually take action. They should actually start doing something so that the public institutions start reflecting the values of the public.
"laguardia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Audience, they get to move the shovel once, right? Am I right? It's really. It's going to kick it off. This has been a real attempt. We need to rebuild infrastructure to your point about why it's so hard. How do you build infrastructure when you already are using a lot of the stuff, right? Like Laguardia was a pain in the neck to get to when they were building it because you had to go in through another area and go to a separate section to get a test. So that's the obstacle. How do you rebuild something while keeping a city operational? We do the subway next. Can we do that next? Sure. I'll make a call. Just clean it up, bramo. Just clean it up. Do you remember when they said in the pandemic that they would start cleaning the subway every day? Do you remember that? And we all turned around and said, oh, hold on a minute. What was the old cleaning practice? Actually, back up, you said that. The rest of us said, well, again, wow. Every day. There's something to do every day. What were they doing before Didn't you notice? What it looked like? Once a week, what was it before once a month? Compared to what I see in subway's is a general statement around the world. I just don't. I just don't get it, just don't get it. I just don't get it. Where's the fury? Where's the wheel? Richard Haas was on the other day. I thought he was brilliant. What did he say? Where's the will? Where's the outrage? The will. Do you want to start the outright here? No, I think mayor Adams is trying to get the outreach going. The outrage meters two months. I'm going to be picketing around the studio. The last time I was on the subway, and the answer is I can't remember. Wait, when was the last time? There's a lot of people that have to take the subway. This is not a musical. How many years has it been? Forever, forever
"laguardia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The cuts at JFK and Laguardia in New York and D.C.'s Reagan national can continue through September 5th. Mastercard is getting pushback from some retailers over a new buy now pay later plan. The payments network takes a 3% fee whenever a consumer uses the program, some fast food places, gas stations, and convenience stores are opting out. Americans love to bet the American gaming association says U.S. sports betting revenue jumped nearly 59% from last year in the second quarter, thanks in part to the addition of 6 new markets. Larry kofsky, Bloomberg radio, if I could be you. And you could be me for just one hour. Have you could find a way to get inside each other's mind. Walk a mile in my shoes. What am I in my shoes? We've all felt left out, and for some, that feeling lasts more than a moment. We can change that. Learn how it belonging begins with us dot org, brought to you by the ad council. Why do hedge funds and other alternative managers rely on Pershing for a highly personalized experience? Mark El Dorado, managing directorate BNY Mellon's Pershing and head of prime services, shares how we help you consider everything. In today's every evolving environment, the team at Pershing's prime services wants to know. What are you focused on now? Are you confident in the stability of your counterparty? Do you feel they can help you grow your business when it comes to fundraising? Do you have access to the mindset of the adviser or have what you need to navigate the ODD process? Exceptional service for our clients is at the core
"laguardia" Discussed on Revision Path
"It was like a 15 or 32nd animation. It actually ended up like some of the teacher brought in some professional, I guess, like, people she knew from her professional circle and to actually critique us in the finals. And so a lot of them, like some of the critiquers came in and they saw it and they were like, oh, this is like really, like you made this by yourself. This is definitely top level. Like at least almost like studio level stuff. And went so far where I sent it to kid robot. And I was like, I don't know, I might not hear anything. I think it was like a couple days later, one of the directors of operation, they reached out to me. They were like, hey, this is awesome. Can you do something like this? Just for us for this other product that was coming out. And so that was sort of like my first step into a client project that I had gotten just by myself. No one else. So persons, I think, set me up in a way where it's like I met a lot of really interesting people, like a lot of other interesting animators who also wanted to do what I did. Yeah, it was kind of like Laguardia, where it was a very creative atmosphere. That was like fostering my creativity. And of course, now you know well known animation director with strange beasts so clearly even just getting that spark from doing the work at Parsons and learning about it has propelled you to where you are right now. The way that actually I haven't heard about you was because you won an award back in 2019 from the one club you won the young guns award, which is usually given to young designers. I think they do it every year..
"laguardia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Inches and Laguardia airport with 9.4 inches New York's Central Park has seen 7.4 inches of snow breaking the 1904 record of 4.7 inches Meantime Philadelphia has seen 5.8 inches of snow Thousands of flights are already canceled for Sunday as the east coast continues to grapple with that bomb cyclone flight aware reports over 1100 flights within into or out of the U.S. have been canceled and nearly 500 have been delayed East coast airports are taking the brunt of the cancellations with Boston Logan airport and New York City's Laguardia leading the way with nearly half of their scheduled flights for Sunday canceled The national transportation safety board expects to have a preliminary report on the Pittsburgh bridge collapse in the next ten days Investigators spent Saturday at the scene that left three people hospitalized the NTSB chairwoman Jennifer says she anticipates the agency's investigation to be long and technical Homemade adds the agency's mission isn't just to figure out why the bridge collapsed but to prevent it from happening again Raphael Nadal will battle Daniel Medvedev Sunday for the men's singles title at the Australian open Joel stern has more If Rafael Nadal defeats second seated daniil Medvedev on Sunday it'll give him a record 21 Grand Slam singles titles Her Medvedev Sunday's finals match will be his second in Melbourne He lost for Novak Djokovic in straight sets a year ago You have to do better than 100% in order to win That's what I managed to do in U.S. open That's what I'm going to try to do on Sunday But all is one three of four head to head matches Somebody in California has won over 420 million in the mega millions lottery the California lottery says the winning ticket was sold at a Chevron station outside of LA I'm Chris correggio Tiger king Joe Exotic is getting one year knocked off his prison sentence the former Oklahoma zo keeper had his 22 year prison sentence reduced to 21 years on Friday His attorney says he's disappointed with Friday's resentencing and vowed that it's not over Attorney John Phillips says he was hoping exotic would be released after an appeals court ruled his sentence was incorrectly calculated The man whose real name is Joseph Maldonado passage is in prison for an attempted murder for higher scheme against animal rights activist Carole Baskin California coming home Joni Mitchell is removing her music from Spotify to support Neil Young in a statement posted to her website Friday she said irresponsible people are spreading lies that are costing people their lives This comes after young demanded Spotify remove his music in protest to the platform streaming Joe Rogan's podcast Young claims Spotify helped spread fake information about vaccines potentially causing death Spotify has started removing young's music but there's no word on when or if Mitchell's music will be removed Britney.
"laguardia" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend
"I need to know in order to be on top of it tomorrow and next week and next month. We're constantly in fast forward motion. And I wanted to take a step back and say, wait a minute, not just, how did we get here? But what did we used to do before all this? What did we do? I landed last night at Laguardia. And I looked on my phone to find the baggage claim. And then I looked at my phone to get a left and then on the way home, I played spelling bee in the car. What did I do before all those things, you know? And that was what I wanted to explore. I wanted to remember what it was in the before times and kind of capture that if possible in these hundred short chapters. I mean, I think that that was what was so interesting about reading this book in a pandemic where we're bemoaning a different kind of before time. And you really confronted me with a before the pandemic before time. And there were real moments of there were a couple times where I found myself really agreeing that I missed a lot of things and then I would remember that in the moment of the pandemic, I specifically am really happy for technology. I don't know how the people survive the 1918 pandemic. I was like, what did you people do when you were not zooming with each other halfway across? Across the land. But I guess I wonder, you know, the thing that I appreciated about your book is that there is no judgment really on what some of these things are. There are categories of things that you are like, well, you know, life is better. Life is better now that we have tech and then there are other things we're like, well, I really miss the old thing. And I just wonder if you could talk a little bit about your process like really deciding which way which way to go..
"laguardia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Flights that we're adding plus what we've added and announced up in Boston in the last few weeks the northeast actually is taking a big step up into the fall and winter season I'd expect by next summer we're gonna be back pretty close to a full schedule here in New York So as a passenger how should I expect that my experience will be changed by COVID I mean there's some reports I think you referred to in the earnings call Actually about sort of a new premium version of coach where it's not quite business class but it's better than coach Maybe because people are a little reluctant to be too close to one another Well there's been a lot that we've been through over the course of COVID Delta was the only airline as you know David that block middle seats throughout the entire pandemic We're back to selling those seats now that people are comfortable traveling in large numbers But our cleanliness standards have improved the quality of the experience continues to get better We've retired over 200 airplanes so our airplanes are fresher and younger we're taking new ones In New York particularly made major strides in getting our new facilities built at Laguardia and JFK We took the downtime opportunistically and by the spring of next year we're going to be opening up our brand new Laguardia airport which we can't wait to unveil to the public So a lot of excitement in the air and as business starts to return as international starts to return I see this industry recovering at a very very nice matter Yeah for those of us who travel a lot of Laguardia insofar as we travel we can't wait to have the new terminal there open for Delta No question about it You just mentioned business Where is the business travel at this point Insofar as your two thirds back are you two thirds back on the business travel And when do you expect it to even get back fully if ever So if I were to break more business down we got three big segments our domestic consumer business which has been in the past to leisure That's already fully back Our consumers are traveling at 2019 levels if even beyond that at the current time Business today is about 50% of the way back We stalled when the variant started to pop this past summer but we're back.
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"laguardia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Bloomberg business act This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Former president Donald Trump is taking aim and President Biden's agenda calling it the Democrats socialist Bill It's a socialist transformation Bill It's an open borders Bill It's an American energy destruction Bill Speaking at the Iowa state fair Trump says that Biden's infrastructure Bill is a naked power grab the former president also said that Republicans need to stay strong and not allow Biden's plans to pass in Congress Former Trump aide Dan scavino was being ordered to testify before the House committee investigating the capitol riot January 6th a subpoena was reportedly served at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida Friday The subpoena for scavino who served as a White House deputy chief of staff for communications which issued late last month along with ones for Steve Bannon and former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows along with others Many Republican lawmakers are growing more concerned about unaddressed needs at the border with Mexico Rebecca Hubbard has more Several GOP senators including South Carolina's Lindsey Graham are urging the president to find someone to fix what they call an unmitigated disaster over ten Republican senators in a letter yesterday to President Biden asking him to replace vice president Kamala Harris with a new border Tsar the senator say Harris is completely failed to stem the flow of illegal migrants and secure the border They also write that over the past 6 months Harris is an absolutely nothing to help secure our border develop a strategy or even talk to the American people about the crisis at the border I'm Rebecca Hubbard A passenger is under arrest after a plane was forced to make an emergency landing at New York's Laguardia airport The FAA says republic airlines flight 48 17 landed about three o'clock Saturday afternoon due to a security incident a port authority spokesman says the plane made the emergency landing after passengers reported someone was acting suspicious on the flight Recent data is showing autism cases of skyrocketed by over 700% in the past 20 years I'm Brad Siegel Officials in New York City say they will eliminate the gifted and talented program at schools as critics claim it's racist James flippin reports This move was reportedly a policy goal of the previous school Chancellor Richard carranza mayor Bill de Blasio says current Chancellor Micha Ross Porter is the first one to have a plan in place that can be implemented The argument being not enough black and Latino kids were included in the gifted and talented program So come fall of 2022 there will be no testing for four year olds Instead the brilliant NYC program will offer accelerated learning for some kids Ages 8 and up but they'll stay in their original classrooms with their current classmates Johns Hopkins University data shows the pandemic is diminishing COVID cases in the U.S. are below 100,000 for the first time since early August cases have been steadily dropping since the country's most recent peak of around 172,500 daily infections on September 13th Meanwhile about 56% of the population is fully vaccinated against the virus 5 months after removing school resource officers from schools in Alexandria Virginia a series of incidents involving guns reminds officials why the officers were put there years ago Rebecca Hubbard has more The superintendent of schools in Alexandria is joining parents and calling for the return of school resource officers He made a plea to city councillors during last night's school board meeting which came a day after a student brought a loaded gun to Alexandria high school back in May the city council voted to eliminate the SRO program and allocated the funding to other initiatives Superintendent Gregory Hutchins junior tells W TOP the council will look at restoring school resource officers in the coming weeks The new Texas abortion laws being reinstated temporarily the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals granted a stay after a lower court blocked the law attorney general Ken Paxton filed the motion earlier in the day arguing the federal government has no jurisdiction over state law Texas passed a law banning abortion after a fetal heartbeat was detected which is around 6 weeks I'm Brad Siegel And I did these Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom as we've been reporting and investigation is underway after that bomb scare at Laguardia last night with people panicking rushing to get out of that American Airlines playing from Indianapolis following an emergency landing Passengers described a mad scramble to get off port authority says there was no actual danger The day drive inflation a big topic heading into the new trading week and Simon Ballard chief economist at first Abu Dhabi bank says even with growing signs of rising prices the fed needs to see stronger jobs recovery before tightening That's what's really going to be needed to trigger a change of heart by the fellow think between now and mid 2022 in terms of shifting to that total bias And bellard commenting on Bloomberg daybreak Middle East U.S. consumer price report comes out This wouldn't stay According to federal documents Donald Trump's Washington hotel lost more than $70 million during his time in The White House That was despite receiving millions of dollars in payments from foreign governments Bloomberg's Charlie pellet takes a look According to a letter from the chair of the House committee on oversight and reform the documents quote raised new and troubling questions about former president Trump's lease which was managed by the general services administration according to the letter the losses occurred even as the Trump international hotel took in an estimated $3.75 million from foreign governments and received favorable terms from Deutsche Bank which allowed Trump to defer payments for 6 years on the principle of a $170 million loan Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio Looks like Tesla's software update is ready to go Elon Musk says the full self-driving beta 10.2 update will be coming out tonight And mayor de Blasio's new plan to get rid of the city's gifted and talented programs might not make the great will warn that coming up as well Couple news 24 hours a day on our number Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Denise Pellegrini And this is Bloomberg.
"laguardia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It's the first time daily cases have dropped below 100,000 since early August The pandemic shows further signs of diminishing due to 56% of the population being fully vaccinated The lead Republican in the Senate is firing back at the U.S. attorney general after he directed the Justice Department to address harassment and intimidation against school boards in letters sent to AG Merrick Garland on Saturday Kentucky Republican Mitch McConnell said parents have a right to tell schools what to teach Earlier in the week Garland noted the disturbing trend and threats against school boards over mask and COVID vaccine mandates A passenger is under arrest after a plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Laguardia airport in New York the FAA has confirmed the safe landing of republic airlines flight 48 17 just before three p.m. one law enforcement officials said the passenger became unruly when confronted by the flight crew allegedly suggesting he had a device aboard the plane All 80 passengers and crew made it off the plane without incident I'm Chris garageio And I'm to these Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom As we've been reporting Austria's Chancellor is stepping down That's as the 35 year old Sebastian kurz struggles with corruption charges He's been a rising star of European conservatives He's suspected of funneling federal funds to a newspaper publisher to help his political rise A U.S. investigation into the collapse of Bill Huang's Archie goes capital management is now looking at possible market manipulation and we get more on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Sources tell Bloomberg the SEC is scrutinizing the firm's trading activity including whether it concealed the size of its bats on public companies Those sources say authorities are reviewing whether archer goes bought multiple stakes in the same companies across several banks in an effort to avoid triggering public disclosure rules The opening of an SEC probe is typically a preliminary step and does not mean whang who has not been accused of wrongdoing will face and enforcement action Charlie Bloomberg radio Thank you Charlie Elon Musk says Tesla's electric car plant near Berlin We'll start making model wise as soon as next month He commented from the factory site as thousands gathered for a Tesla hosted October fest there And funnel preparations are underway for impossible foods to roll out new nuggets at restaurants on Monday We get more on that from Bloomberg's Larry kofsky Burger King is adding an 8 piece order to the menu in restaurants in Boston Miami and Des Moines and gadgets for now this will be a limited time item and come with a choice of dipping sauce that could indicate the companies or experimenting for a wider rollout The nuggets are made of soy protein and sunflower oil and impossible says they have far less fat and sodium than animal based chicken nuggets Thank you Larry And global news 24 hours day honored on Bloomberg quick take part by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries Under these Pellegrini and this is Bloomberg.
"laguardia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Up with the station you love catch tonight comes up after this. Of course, his honor. The mayor was on before Mayor Rudy That's when New York was civilized. Remember that how he turned things around so quickly in this city on the Yeah. Meanwhile, de Blasio and, um, AOC were out touring. I'm going to get to that after the break because you've got to hear this. Okay. And Biden. Biden's in town. Oh, my fellow queens sites. I grew up in queens, right? Thank you, y'all. You Biden flew into LaGuardia, right? And he was met with the Queen's Brigade. Let me put it like this. It was a welcome he will not soon forget. The Queen's BA grade that met Joe Biden at LaGuardia let him know exactly how they felt about his presidency. And that we're not pretty. Right. Here is a story from ABC News not to be confused with W. ABC News. Jobless Americans As benefits expire. That's a heck of a headline. Don't you think jobless Americans will have fewer options as benefits expire. Here's the deal. Two crucial Jobless benefits programs. I love this. Let me reword it. Two crucial welfare programs have expired, leaving only a handful of economic options for millions who are still financially impacted. By the year and a half old coronavirus pandemic. Millions of jobless Americans lost their unemployment benefits Monday. Leaving only a handful of economic support programs for those still being hit financially. Two critical programs expired yesterday. One provided jobless AIDS to self employed and gig workers. Gig workers that's like you know the lift drivers the uber drivers unless you're in California. Which is a whole another thing that we won't get into right now, uh further. The Biden administrations $300 a week supplement. On unemployment benefits buying and and his gang were giving another $300 a week on top of what people always to get already getting well that ran out Monday. So, according to ABC News. Jobless Americans now have fewer options. As their benefits expire. Here's an option. I don't know why No one's thought of this. Here is an option that will just solve it. Get a job. That's an option solves the problem. Get a job. And by the way, we have labor shortages. All around the country. Employers are looking for people to hire. Get a job. Uh, this is from the Washington Post. Power up millions lose unemployment benefits as Democrats split Over the expansion of the social safety net. Translation. Democrats are fussing among themselves. To try to figure out how much welfare they want to still throw at people. That's all the stories about. Meanwhile, The unemployment Bennies. We're gone, so the Democrats shouldn't be fighting among themselves. They should just go ahead. And just roll out the $3.5 trillion, most of it. Welfare. That they are proposing and Joe Manchin, by the way. Standing in the way of that in the Senate, and maybe Kirsten cinema from Arizona will line up with mansion. The progressives are having a cow. Well, let's see what else There is a story I'll do this one before the break, and then we'll go to break and then we will come back and take your calls and also talk about New York and we I want to take a tour around American cities. There are new stories today, not just from New York. But you have to hear some of these stories from around the country from blue cities in America, but first Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed into law the controversial election integrity bill. There's nothing controversial about this bill. It just Tightens up. In fact, it expanded voter rights that's the dirty little secret and expanded them, but it placing limitations on areas that were open to fraud. So the Texas Democrats made high and mighty Remember all that publicity? They flew up to D. C unmasked. And then they started complaining about how they had to do their own laundry and how tough life was for them in New York, in in in in Washington, D C poor things And they stayed. There were months and no one cared. And finally they went back home and the Republicans voted on their bill, and it passed overwhelmingly. And this is a huge victory for Republicans, which is why it's not going to be front and center..
"laguardia" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"That's the only place you need to go to clearly. We know this all information from new so this is like my second podcasts. I'm recording studio. This is bitcoin minor Painting that i just completely admire usually usually like the pot like it's usually like one on one across the table to very open bang. I'm kind of curious about the how you feeling right now. I like it. it's very it's comfort. It is like it's to me. It's comfort. I think i just have to get used to it. No it's it's i mean if you're used to doing it in on a table or desk and you got the headphones on back when you know you're doing was yeah. You sat on kind of like how we are now. Actually with more of a closed was opposed. Yes kind of feels more. Like studio style. What's your what's your set up. Because i know that you're so you got to podcasts yet. The drill down right the flow throw line. Low line flow also though g g n Yeah oil and gas onshore so the only gas onshore is i typically record while here in the canon which this little cannon but in other canon there's these Conference room so. I'll do it in a conference room. So it's like maybe like fifteen by twelve room table. yeah one on one like traditional prep-work before Not much really. I mean the the the person's name name islet gone linked in for a while. And i've like super good at googling and like really just getting to know Like i can look at lincoln profile in pretty much drum up a conversation around that gets pretty easy So it's i mean. I have a method to it. I don't go in with a blank canvas. But i have somewhat of a template that i follow. Do you do the same. Template for both podcast. No totally different. I mean because the the flow line. Podcasts is a is purely an educational platform where we talk about certain drilling fluid topics so it's qna but it's more specific to drilling fluids whereas though the only gas on shores interviews dot com conversation another person it is. Yeah and i mean i. I had you guys on a long time ago which we need to do around to. I would love to do around two. Yeah things have changed. And that's no. We're going to do that. Hereafter this will line up date but Yeah i mean i mean customer to you. 'cause you're what like your hundred deep race or the previous podcast released one hundred three episodes there is three. I didn't release and this one Of released one so far. You've done one hundred plus episodes. You mean you didn't do any prep today. I didn't exactly that you would carry the team will. Yeah no of course easy. Got this like laguardia. I don't know twenty minutes in and you haven't even like you didn't scratch down a single thing on a piece of paper's i would imagine just like you for me i could. I could go into one without any what happens off days. You'd kind of bullshit with someone you're like. I'm like my feeling like it's not always not there like what does that feel like. Yeah it sucks you..
"laguardia" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"We are broadcasting from the beer guy's radio studios in marietta georgia in this week. We're talking with exhibit a bruin. I'm tim dennison with me as always is my good friend and co host. Brian hewitt tim joining us. Today we have kelsey roth. General manager of exhibit a. We're gonna talk about award winning cultures new ip as and possibly the right way to pour a beer. Because i saw that it was a topic. It's a burning question. Earning question yes doing all the burning questions kelsey. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me absolutely massachusetts beer. It's a hot topic on guys radio. Recently it is wandering all last week. Good times and He mentioned. I think kelsey before the show. You mentioned you do know matt over there wandering soul and so good yeah. Seems like a lot of good stuff half. There's little berea near boston. I think that's pretty hot for the northeast. Ipa's and stuff so. Yeah there's one two little out there but i may be biased but we got the best beer here in massachusetts. i think. Yeah yeah good stuff man. Good you know beer. Prices vary everywhere delta. Kelsey wherever you go you may find a little price. Have you been a fly through laguardia recently. No not recently. Okay anywhere recently. Well let me tell you what you expect if you were grabbing you a beer at laguardia so the internet lit up a few days ago with some beer prices. Air one person posted a menu that they had some of the beer prices. What would you expect to pay from. Michelob ultra at laguardia. I would say that at any airport but especially anything new york laguardia. I would expect nothing less than probably twelve to fifteen dollars. Okay thirteen a bargain right celtics. Thirteen bucks from culture there now if you want to upgrade to fat tire that's going to set you back twenty one dollars but if you want to go super premium a sam summer l. was almost twenty eight dollars. Twenty seven dollars and eighty five.
"laguardia" Discussed on KOMO
"Passenger knocking out the teeth of a flight attendant last Sunday on top of potential felony charges. Southwest has banned that passenger from flying with them ever again. The airlines now postponing the return of alcohol on board their flights, citing the recent uptick in industrywide incidents of passenger disruptions in flight. Homeland security secretary vowing to crack down the violence against a flight attendant on a flight is a is a federal offense and those cases they're going to be prosecuted. We will not tolerate that. And we never thought it would feel like good news to say this, But so many people are traveling that in many airports, there are now lines occasionally lengthy lives. So if you are traveling this weekend It's a good idea to give yourself some extra time. Cover all ABC News LaGuardia Airport. There is one sour note on this holiday weekend, just as Americans hit the road in droves, Gas prices are soaring. ABC is Ellen Lopez is on that story. In Atlanta. A majority of travelers this weekend will be on the road. More than 34 million people are expected to go buy corn. This comes as gas prices hit a seven year high, the national average Jumping to a little over $3 a gallon in comparison to a dollar 96 last year, experts say that's in part because of demand. What the lockdown finally lifting. We're starting to see those pre pants and travel numbers. Creeping back up. The other factor that massive pipeline shut down some of those gas stations hardest hit by crippling lines at the pumps silver covering a weeks later, including here in Georgia, So if.
Who Killed Dr. Teresa Sievers?
"Theresa's seaver sister recalls the weekend of june twenty sixth twenty fifteen. The began celebration of their mother's birthday and abruptly ended as the last weekend the family would ever spend together. We enjoyed the weather the first day. It was beautiful and we swam in the pool and we relaxed in the sun sister's doing yoga. She prepared a beautiful dinner starting to cook for the weekend. And we just enjoy each other's company and had wine and laughed and played a lot of scrabble. 'cause it rained the next day so we just played a lot of scramble. Hanno 'cause much to our delight there was a piano there on my sister. And i played and we hadn't played in years. There was a lot of that these gatherings it was once a tradition to take a family photo together and so all the siblings significant others and grandchildren huddled around each other smiling knowing this family ritual would soon and forever be too painful to recreate as the family. Reunion came to a close that sunday. Evening theresa savers her husband mark and her two daughters drove south to laguardia airport. Which theresa would be dropped off for her flight. Back home to receivers was in fact. Dr theresa verse with a busy practice patients to see first thing monday morning. Mark and their two daughters would stay behind driving back up north to connecticut. Reuniting with theresa's mother and extending their vacation for the next several days theresa returned home just after eleven pm that sunday night and after parking the mini van in the garage placing our luggage near the front. Bumper theresa walked through the laundry room and into the kitchen where she would set her purse on the counter. Undoubtedly feeling that same sense of comfort. We all feel when we're finally back home. After a long day of travel but hardly a moment that past when an extremely loud crashing sound rang out like a gong being hit directly behind earlier that going off the kitchen walls and startling theresa with a terrifying notion that someone else was in her home. She turned around. The large man was already through the laundry room and standing in the kitchen doorway wielding a hammer and striking her in the head with three swift strokes.
NASA's Mars rover Perseverance successfully touches down on the red planet
"Rover has landed in the past. Our perseverance touched down safely on Mars, where it will look for signs of ancient life, among other very cool things. And now the $2.7 billion spacecraft is getting a close up. Look at the Red Planet. With some engineering help from a Queens native Gotham's reporter City Pereira has the story. Vishnu Streeter grew up in Rego Park, where he was fascinated with watching airplanes take off from LaGuardia. His grandfather, a civil engineer who built trains and dams in India inspired him. Now he has co engineer these Super Cam, a scanner that can examine rocks and minerals from 20 ft away to reveal their chemical makeup. That's something I will cherish for less of my life having to have touched and worked on. A piece of hardware that's honest way to Mars. The 27 year old helped build the craft at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California.
"laguardia" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Please 7 35 with did you Jo on the radio and 877970 29 99? Hopefully you're doing all right. Give me a call. Let me know how you doing in your area. Isa Crazy out there. Snow wise. We don't even have a window. We seven windows covered up so well glance outside and Joe Lumber exam to join us with the whether Debbie's on the roads were traffic allies. The news right now, Right here on am 9 70. The answer opinion passion. This is hey of 9 70. The answer 28 degrees at 7 36. I'm alga too low with local news First. Here's what's going on. New York City's airports are canceling several flights in and out of the region of snowfall expected to get worse. Half an inch on the ground Already, LaGuardia Airport says roughly 80% of today's flights have already been canceled. JFK has been experiencing what weather related delays cancelation since late last night, both airports as well as new, encouraging travelers to get in touch directly with their airlines. In order to confirm flight status. Mom of county officials monitoring roads throughout this winter blitz commissioner director at Thomas are known is urging residents to stay home if they're able to saying forecasters expect their area to get between 4 to 12 inches of snow are known, says the county has the ability to put 250 trucks and equipment in motion of the snow demands. The snow is expected to stick around into Tuesday evening in sports. That's lost the Wizards in D. C. 1 49 1 46. The Knicks lost at home to the Clippers won 29 1 15. Islanders rally from two goals down only to lose 43 overtimes. The Flyers in Philadelphia devils over the sabers in Buffalo by the final 5 to 3 stuck in traffic. W. Holmes got the answer. Thank you. Morning out. Keep in mind. New Jersey Transit completely.
"laguardia" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"11 21. Welcome back to the show got Natalie Rodriguez with a tour ending story in Italy in their prime, Do you feel that? Do you feel that? What's coming your way right now? Do you know it's a big cyber hug because today's national hugging day and so I'm sending you a big cyber hug. You got me to look over the monitor, but try to be concerned about something. The airline is calling out that the ace he's not even on Ellie. Anything's moving around. No, but today is national hugging day. Obviously, the pandemic is getting in the way, but there's alternatives. Um, you could brew yourself a cup of coffee. Your favorite cup of tea settled down with a nice, warm bath. If you want to feel like you're being hugged and cuddled at the same time, you can curl up in one of those weighted blankets or just take a pillow and hug it. Or just, you know, do you like the politicians did yesterday the inauguration and ignore all social distancing rules and hug each other anyway? That's exactly where I was going. Where in tune my love we are into you're watching that going? Wow, That is quite the example. You're setting there that I'm sure the news media will be all over it just like the super spreader trump events and not enough surprised, right? Anyway. Yeah. All right. Well, I'm glad it's just a hug. That's coming my way. All right, And speaking to coming your way, one way to do it is hop on a plane. Jay Ratliff, our aviation analyst is joining us says he always says that this time website Jay Ratliff dot com and Jay, We've had a number of T s a security lapses over the years, But this one LaGuardia this was a little bit different. Tell us about it. Yeah, there was a woman traveling with her small cats. She had it in the container. The can. It fits underneath the seat in front of you She's at LaGuardia had in California. Gets to the checkpoint, and the TLC agents say you need to take the cat out. She's just I'll do what you asked me to do. But this cat is going to go crazy if I take him out of here, and they, you know they're professionals. They know what they doing. They've done it before. Well, the cat comes out and off. It goes just like the road runner. The meat off it goes TSH. People are Jason yet they can't come. They can't catch it. The woman's in hysterics. Her cat is missing at the LaGuardia Airport. She's one and we're in the world. It could be. He decides not to get our flight is going to fly the next day spends the day looking for this cash can't find it flies to California and is quite upset when she went to social media pleading with everybody in the world. You know if they're out in there at the airport, and they see this cat pictures included. So be it. And there's a pet flying advocacy group that's called Where is Jack Incorporated? They actually became involved. They sent out a golden retriever to the airport. That I guess is used for finding cats. I don't know. But they found the cat. It was up in the ceiling. It had been there for 11 days. Good news is captor was still okay and there was reunited with the owner. And you know, excellent work to those that helped out and yeah, I mean, okay, So the Tst is looking for this this cat and it's hiding in the ceiling, and nobody knows it for 11 days. I mean, that's kind of like the guy in Chicago that lived there for three months that nobody knew about. Kind of makes you wonder what we paid attention to hear. If it's not people and cats and animals should be where they are on. I'm happy to hear the happy ending to the cat story. Although it does make you wonder about the overall sanitary conditions of LaGuardia's well, because, you know no, no cats gonna be able to go without food and water for 11 days, so Yeah, Maybe there were some things left over. I mean, cats can be resourceful. Who knows? Maybe somebody saw it. Although you think if you saw this cat, you might beat it. But then let the officials know. You know, there's a cat in here. That you might want to take care of. But, yeah, however, it happened. You know, some of those legendary New York rodents come to mind my been part of the reason I was in the Annika's. Well, maybe the cat came out. You know, more more bed than he did going in there. Who knows, But you know, it's a good story that ended well, But there's so many times I think of this Maryland Harris, who flies And she's the one that keeps getting past the security checkpoint without a ticket, and they keep arresting her. They keep banning her from, you know, Phoenix, Chicago all these different airports she's been in. She's even been able to board flights going to Europe with no ticket, no boarding pass. I say higher. That lady is one of our security experts to test out the security in airports around the country. If she can find a way to do it, you know other people, unfortunately, can't as well. Yeah, no kidding. Good point. All right, so the Delta has been at the center of a lot of the dust ups. All the American, I think might have a lead more recently, anyway. Delta CEO has a brand new message, and it's similar to a lot of what we've been hearing recently about. You know, the elimination of people doing things. What was the message here? Well, the messages be civil, or we will ban you for life. Now. Delta's already I guess band 800 people from over the mass policy, but Brian that's a temporary band. Once the mass policy goes away, the general thinking is a Delta. Off. All the other airlines will allow their the band people, which I think collectively there's over 3000 right now they're allowed to return to fly. But Delta CEO and bashing came out, said Look, folks, if you're not civil To your fellow passenger. And to the employees of Delta, you'll never fly Delta Airlines again. Of course, I'm the kid in the back of the room races and And I say, Excuse me. Can we define what civil is because that's a bit You know, subjective and in order to be fair and consistent to everyone, How can we find what civil is? Um, what is not, but again, it makes a good head The headline and it's all about perception so many times with the airlines. And that's what we're exactly seeing here. And, you know, we'll go. Okay..
Boeing 737 Max Returns
"Look a big part of not only today but over the next several weeks and months will be the reception of the flying public to the 737 mets. How comfortable are they getting back on board yesterday. Ipsos reuters released a poll where they talked with travelers in a couple of interesting things here. First of all just thirty. Seven percent of those questioned were familiar with the two crashes involving the seven thirty seven minutes one in late two thousand eighteen another one in early two thousand nineteen people who were questioned fifty seven percent when asked about the max understanding all the issues that have taken place over the last year and a half two years. They say they're unlikely to find the plane. Thirty seven percent. Say they're willing to find the max but they wanna wait a while they wanna give it six months when it's in service when they don't feel like there any potential issues that might pop up for american airlines. Getting people comfortable starts today now. They're going to be flying. The max daily between new york and miami this first flight going up to laguardia. It's about half full coming back later. Today it's almost completely full. They have twenty four seven thirty-seven max. They're gonna feather into the schedule in the first half of this year. Did you take a look at shares of american airlines all of the airline stocks moving a little bit higher. Not necessarily just because of the max coming back in service but a number of other issues regarding the stimulus package being passed and the belief that perhaps will be coming out of the pandemic soon. We've talked about this. For some time boeing lost a lot of orders this year for the 737 macs more than a thousand were taken off the books but they have logged ninety eight. Max orders this month. Guy so for boeing. The hope is that this is the beginning of turning the page. More completely with the max in terms of starting to fill out the production schedule over twenty twenty one and then into twenty twenty two
American Airlines to fly first Boeing 737 Max plane from Miami in nearly 2 years
"At Miami International Airport are boarding a 7 37 Max, take off. Four take off. It's an American Airlines jet that will go from M I a toe LaGuardia after two deadly crashes involving its state of the art plane across there's a Boeing 737. Max ate the same. Boeing reworked the Max and now is his CEO Dave Calhoun. I think we come out of here leaner, faster, smarter, better, most importantly, safe. But among families of the 346 people who died in the two crashes. Don't trust it. Elena Lopez Lewis and six other family members have written to the FAA asking that the max be Grounded again while acknowledging that I don't think that fake really cares about what we have to say, either Jim early in ABC News The
Boeing 737 Max returns to U.S. skies after nearly 2 years
"Well the first commercial flight of a Boeing 7 37 Max aircraft in nearly two years, said to take place today on American Airlines. Max departs Miami for New York's LaGuardia Airport this morning, ABC. Jim Ryan joins us Live right now with more so, Jim, let's talk a little bit about the criteria. What did the FAA use here to deem that the Boeing 7 37 Max is ready to fly again? I must say it is really Sam from Boeing, a redesign of the max eight aircraft retraining of pilot and, of course, the FAA did its own investigation and its own infections of the Max eight aircraft. But it's been less than two years now completely redesigned plane now extremely complex that some are saying that it was with the grounding was not long enough that there should have been further investigations. Some family members of the hundreds of people who died in those two crashes in 2008 and 2920 18 2019 say that they want the plane to remain grounded on grounds that they say there were improprieties in the inspection process into the training of those pilots. So no doubt, not just those families, Jim. But the entire aviation world of the entire world, for that matter is going to be watching this flight. And I would imagine subsequent flights with 7 37 Max very closely over the course of the next few weeks and months, And is there some sort of a time frame? That they're giving this and then do they plan on expanding these flights in the not too distant future? Well, at least in an American airlines, you know they're going to continue using this aircraft United in Southwest are other huge customers of the 7 37 Max. They don't plan to fly their new aircraft until early to mid 2021 next year. Alaska Airlines has just ordered several dozen of the aircraft. So yeah, Ryanair, Also Europe's air air air of Azaz decided it wants to order more swell, so there's no real timetable. That they all have agreed upon. It's the airline's making their own decisions on when they want to ramp it up again. So at this point to your you've got the flight from Miami to LaGuardia. Is that the only one today of the 7 37, Max? Or is that just the first one out of the gate today and that there might be Mork coming up either today or or throughout the week? No plans for today. But throughout the rest of the week, If that seems like that, like 7 18 Miami to LaGuardia will fly using the max eight, so at least we know that those will be in the air. The interestingly I talked with the widow of a man who died in the Ethiopia crash. She says that passengers should be checking as they make reservations to see what kind of aircraft they are flying on something that most people don't even think about. But she says that people should be doing that for their own peace of mind. She's not convinced of the safety of the 7 37 Maxie, and she thinks that past me or should make an important decision about whether they want to fly on it. Today's flight. We don't know whether it's full or not, but these air paying passengers of American Airlines Miami
Two passengers leave plane by emergency slide before takeoff from NYC
"Drama on a plane in New York two passengers forced open the cabin door on their Delta flight and fled down an emergency slide shortly before takeoff yesterday at LaGuardia Airport. Now that plane, which was headed to Atlanta had been taxiing at the time it returned to the gate, another passenger's replaced on alternative flights. Still not clear if the passengers had been arrested or what charges they would potentially face
FAA clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again after 20-month investigation following tragedies
"You. The FAA clears the runway for Boeing's grounded Max jets to take flight again Now the fleet was mothballed in March of last year. Following too horrific crash is the Lion Air flat, Sick of flight 6 10 disaster That was October 29th, 2018 and, of course, the Ethiopian air flight 302 and March of 2019. 346 souls died in those two deadly plane crashes. It led to design changes. Software changes New pilot training on computer software in the like. Let's get Maura from CBS Travel editor Peter Greenberg, the three U. S. Airlines that do operate the 7, 37 Max, Southwest, United and American are moving to get the planes back in the Air. American is already announced the first passenger flight December 29th from Miami to New York's LaGuardia At the same time, there's still the residual problem of reputational damage public opinion. Fear. American has already announced that any passenger not wanted to fly on the 7 37 Max will be accommodated on another aircraft at no
New York City mayor asks residents to avoid traveling out of state during the holidays
"Blasio is urging New York City residents not to travel for the holidays to reduce the chances of a resurgence of covert 19 in the city. The mayor says it is not business as usual this year. Do not travel to a state with a high infection rate did not travel to a country with a high infection rate. Realize that by doing that, unfortunately, you could be putting yourself and your family in danger and also the risk of bringing the disease back here. Officials say. Those who decide to travel should get tested at JFK or LaGuardia Airport, both when they arrive and when they depart. Travellers returning from states and territories that a considered hot spots by New York state are required to quarantine for 14 days.
New York City mayor asks residents to avoid traveling out of state during the holidays
"De Blasio is urging New York City residents not to travel for the holidays to reduce the chances of a resurgence of covert 19 in the city. Mayor says it's not business as usual this year. Do not travel to a state with a high infection rate did not travel to a country with a high infection rate. Realize that by doing that, unfortunately, you could be putting yourself and your family in danger and also the risk of bringing the disease back here. Officials say those who do decide to travel by plane should get tested that to JFK or LaGuardia Airport, both when they arrive, and when they depart, travellers returning from states and territories that are considered hot spots by New York State are required to quarantine for 14 days.
Thousands Of Airline Workers Facing Unemployment As Aid Package Stalls In Congress
"Is the airline industry. Air travel demand is down a wop a whopping 70% from last year and tens of thousands of airline pilots, flight attendants, a reservation agents and other industry workers are poised to lose their paychecks next week if Congress doesn't extend federal aid for airlines. NPR's David Shaper reports. A nation's airlines are at a crossroads. Or maybe I should say cross runways at the start of the year. On average about 2.5 million people were flying every day. Now that's plummeted to around 700,000, and until there are widely available vaccines or treatments for covert 19. Most passengers won't be coming back any time soon. You can't run an airline that a third the size it was and expect to keep all the same people. Elaine Backer is an airline industry analyst for investment Bank Cowan. I feel like in this country we've shifted from flattening the curve to waiting for a cure or a vaccine, and and that just means the pain is going to be longer in the cares act, Congress provided $25 billion a direct payroll support to the airlines so they could keep paying their employees through the end of September. Already, tens of thousands of workers have taken early retirement or other incentives to leave their jobs. But now the airlines air notifying another 75,000 that they may be out of a job. October 1st getting that for letter in the mail. Completely shocking. Isaiah Gonzalez is an aircraft maintenance worker for united at New York's LaGuardia Airport. The first thing that came to mind with how I was going to support my family people who depend on me. How was I going to keep the income? I was going to keep the family afloat, and Gonzalez is not alone. Me. Getting fellow is like this devastating. Tony Valentine is a reservations agent for United Airlines in Detroit. I have six that depend on me Arrange it age from 2 to 22, Valentine says. That's a houseful with a whole lot of bills. In addition, she says her husband suffered a serious stroke last year. And knowing that I may not have insurance to finishes is like I feel like I failed often at loggerheads. The unions representing these and other airline employees are now in rare harmony with airline CEOs in pressing Congress for a six month extension of the payroll support program. The industries in dire straits Nick Calio heads the industry group Airlines for America at one point Passenger traffic was down 96%. It's now down 70%. Still, one third of our planes are parked not flying, and we're losing $5 billion a month. The airlines unions and bipartisan majorities in Congress agree that the six months of payroll support worked in keeping airline employees off of unemployment rolls. In the tens of thousands of layoffs now might send shockwaves through the economy. Missouri Congressman Sam Graves is the ranking Republican on the House Transportation Committee. We absolutely cannot let an entire sector of the economy collapse, and that's exactly what will happen if we do not get this extension done yet. The airline funding is tied to broader Corona virus relief that the White House and Congress cannot agree upon. Here's American airline CEO Doug Parker. I just can't believe that we may not be able to do the right thing. Simply because our elected officials can't come to any sort of compromise agreement were better in that. Still, someone of providing billions Warren taxpayer money doesn't just put off the inevitable as airlines will need to restructure to match the reduced demand. Legislation that would extend payroll support for the airlines was introduced in the Senate this week. But if it isn't passed soon, thousands of airline employees may be out of work One week from today. David Shaper NPR news
Big airlines fight with smaller ones over airport rights
"The airlines are fighting with smaller ones over airport rights. Federal officials want to let major airlines keep valuable takeoff and landing slots at some big U. S airports, even if they don't use them all during the pandemic. Move's being criticized by smaller airlines like Spirit and Allegiant, which want a chance to expand of the big airports. FAA plans to extend the current waiver to use it or lose it rules regarding slots and Kennedy and LaGuardia airports in New York and Reagan National near Washington. American, United and Delta are pushing for the waiver to be extended into next March.
Strongest winds since Sandy could bring widespread outages
"Store store is is is raising raising raising raising up up up up the the the the coast coast coast coast with with with with nearly nearly nearly nearly two two two two million million million million customers customers customers customers out out out out of of of of power power power power from from from from the the the the Carolinas Carolinas Carolinas Carolinas on on on on up and bringing the strongest winds to New York City since Superstorm Sandy. Nearly seven years ago. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has More science introduces itself to New York City and surrounding suburbs with rain and wind. This may no longer be a coastal storm after it came ashore near the North Carolina South Carolina state line, But you can still feel it here at the beach. The storm has pushed inland and it's spawning tornadoes in and around New Jersey in New York, when Gus were clocked at LaGuardia Airport at 60 miles per hour
Delta Flight Diverted To New York's JFK Airport After Nose Caved In
"Flight almost made it to its final destination last night when it had to be diverted for an emergency landing. The A 3 19 was on its way to LaGuardia Airport when it was diverted to nearby JFK to make an emergency landing A little before 7 p.m. Delta Flight 10 76 sustained damage to the nose of the plane, apparently after hitting a bird. The jet carrying 43 passengers from Palm Beach, Florida landed safely at Kennedy Airport. Photos show The nose of the planes smashed in
Delta Flight Diverted To New York's JFK Airport After Nose Caved In
"Delta Airlines flight almost made it to to its its final final destination destination last last night night when when it it had had to to be be diverted diverted for for an an an emergency emergency emergency landing. landing. landing. A A A 3 3 3 19 19 19 was was was on on on its its its way way way to to to LaGuardia LaGuardia LaGuardia Airport Airport Airport when when when it it it was was was diverted diverted diverted to to to nearby nearby nearby JFK JFK JFK to to to make make make an an an emergency emergency landing landing A A little little before before 7 7 p.m. p.m. Delta Flight 10 76 sustained damage to the nose of the plane, apparently after hitting a bird. The jet carrying 43 passengers from Palm Beach, Florida, landed safely at Kennedy Airport. Photos showed the nose of the planes smashed in
American Airlines bans man who refused to wear face mask
"Flight American Airlines has banned a man who was kicked off a plane for refusing to wear a face covering among the first such incident since airlines promised this week to step up enforcement of their mass rules a spokesman for American says the airline decided to ban the man after reviewing the incident which occurred at new York's LaGuardia airport according to the airline activist Brandon Streck eight north request by crew members to wear a mask while the plane with a hundred twenty two passengers prepare to leave for Dallas fort worth he was ordered off the plane which could normally see hundred seventy two people he was put on a later