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La Guardia

Fiorello H(enry) . 1882--1947, US politician. As mayor of New York (1933--45), he organized slum-clearance and labour safeguard schemes and suppressed racketeering
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"Our airports cannot compare in their present state to the major international airports in Europe or Asia," said Rick Cotton, executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which runs Kennedy International Airport and La Guardia. "This country [US] has allowed its infrastructure and its airports in particular to fall far below the global standard."
New York's La Guardia Airport central terminal was evacuated due to a suspicious package New York's La Guardia Airport bomb squad investigators were called in, and the central terminal was evacuated on Tuesday Apr.
US carrier Delta Air Lines has unveiled its schedule for its new domestic hub at New York's La Guardia Airport The airline will add more than 100 flights and 29 destinations to its service.
Un grupo nutrido de vecinos marcho a la plaza de la Guardia de Lujan en la nochebuena de 1825, con "una regadera vieja, una trompeta de carreta de tropa y zarandajas de toda clase" (2).