Last week's winter storm caused 159 flights to be rerouted on the way to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, creating chaos for weary travelers. Adding to the problem, a broken water main flooded a terminal -- an incident that demonstrates the aging infrastructure at America's airports, says Corey Dinges, senior managing director at the American Society of Civil Engineers.
JFK incident shows aging infrastructure at US airports
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