The 50-Minute Flight That Took 85-Years and 11+Hours

We need to consider some very non-standard, counter-intuitive, out-of-the-box ideas to tackle the New York Metropolitan Area in general, and LGA Airport in particular.  This is truly a complex matrix of factors comprised of aviation’s physical limits, combined with unrealistic demands from New York City’s geography and demographics, and perhaps a touch of stubbornness.

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