JFK Airport Starts Runway Reconstruction Expected to Cut Flight Delays

What’s the most frustrating thing after you’ve huffed, puffed and stressed yourself into getting to the airport on time? To wind up sitting on that runway, waiting to taxi out for takeoff! Fortunately the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, New York will see some great improvements as a result to their runway reconstruction project.

JFK’s largest runway will be widened by 50 feet and additionally receive a new drainage system and electrical infrastructure. These improvements should cut flight delays by reducing congestion. The $376 million dollar improvement plan began Tuesday, July 28th.

Last year that runway saw more than 140,000 takeoffs and landings. Much to many passengers frustration: JFK is near the top of the list when it comes to flight delays – nationwide.

The work on the runway will continue until November 2011. The runway will be closed for several months during the year as it is worked on – and traffic will be shifted to JFK’s other runways.

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Source: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32193566/ns/business-msnbc_wire_services/