New York and New Jersey's three major airports were operating on a limited basis Thursday, only days after super storm Sandy effectively closed the nation's busiest airspace. New York's LaGuardia Airport became the last of the airports battered by the storm to resume flights. While there were additional canceled flights and the tri-state air space remained relatively empty, flying was closer to normal than traveling by rail, subway or car. The nation's airlines canceled as many as 873 flights on Thursday, most flying in and out of those three East Coast airports. Meanwhile, operations were also returning to normal Thursday at airports in Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, DC. (Image Credit: unknown)
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