NEW YORK (AP) - Planes have begun landing again at New York's
John F. Kennedy International Airport after a blizzard clobbered
the Northeast and led authorities to suspend all flight operations.
Steve Coleman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey,
which operates the airport, says one flight arrived at JFK shortly
before 7 p.m. Monday. Coleman says it's a Royal Jordanian flight.
Flights were expected to begin arriving at Newark and LaGuardia
airports Monday evening.
Thousands of travelers trying to get home after the holiday
weekend have been stranded by the storm, which dropped more than 2
feet of snow on parts of the Northeast.
Flight operations at the metropolitan region's three major
airports were suspended Sunday night.