Airlines that serve New York airports are looking to attract business travelers with amenities such as Wi-Fi and lie-flat seats. "The coast-to-coast market is hotly contested, and that's good news for New Yorkers," said Rick Seaney, CEO of FareCompare.
Airlines add amenities to attract N.Y. business travelers
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