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BNIABuffalo Niagara International Airport
BNIABureau National Interprofessionnel de l'Armagnac (French: National Interprofessional Armagnac Office)
BNIABaltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance
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Twenty-seven truckloads of the tunnel components rolled into the Buffalo Niagara International Airport on July 19, delivered by manufacturer Riefler Concrete Products (Hamburg, New York).
In addition to Newark, InfraTek is also in use at Buffalo Niagara International Airport and Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport, Wisconsin.
The Federal Aviation Administration has opened an investigation into whether Texas' San Antonio International Airport and New York's Buffalo Niagara International Airport discriminated against Chick-fil-A because its owners' stance on LGBTQ issues.
"Not only do our airports get us from one place to another, they support millions of jobs across the nation and keep America competitive."<br />The Niagara Falls International Airport and the Buffalo Niagara International Airport also have been slated to receive U.S.
OneJet will offer twice-daily round-trip flights between the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and Albany International Airport.
New York, Feb.16 (ANI): A federal transportation safety official has said that before the Continental Connection commuter flight crashed near Buffalo Niagara International Airport, killing 50, last Thursday, it was flying on autopilot.
Construction is set to begin Monday on an $80 million improvement project at New York's Buffalo Niagara International Airport. Enhancements will be made to reduce curbside congestion and improve pedestrian flow, baggage claim capacity and airport security.
Buffalo Niagara International Airport (791) ranks second and Fort Meyers/Southwest Florida International Airport (790) ranks third.
The aircraft, described as a 74-seat Bombardier, was approaching Buffalo Niagara International Airport when it went down.
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