Armed North Babylon Man Breached Security at JFK Airport to Drive to Pope

Armed North Babylon Man Breached Security at JFK Airport to Drive to Pope
A retired firefighter from North Babylon, armed with several weapons inside his SUV, was arrested after he used his FDNY badge to enter the tarmac at JFK Airport to where Pope Francis’ plane had been parked on Saturday, the NY Daily News reports.
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Pentastar Aviation opens Aircraft Interior Design Studio at the Oakland County
Pentastar Aviation opens Aircraft Interior Design Studio at the Oakland County airport. Pentastar Aviation’s Director of Aircraft Interiors Gordon Ross and Chairman and Owner Edsel B. Ford II unveil the company’s new Aircraft Interior Design Studio …
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St. Paul airport event steers girls to tech careers
St. Paul airport event steers girls to tech careers. By Julio Ojeda-Zapata jojeda@pioneerpress.com. Posted: 09/27/2015 12:01:00 AM CDT | Updated: about 9 hours ago. 2) Erika Praska, A Girl Scout in St. Paul, gets a flight lesson in one of several …
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Pope Matveyev, CEO and co-founder of Wirex, said the membership “represents a growing interest and appreciation for the adoption of cryptocurrency by governing bodies and regulators.” He added that the partnership with Mastercard will help the company realize its “vision of empowering everyone in a world where all currencies – both traditional and cryptocurrencies – are the same”.
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Wirex is regulated by the UK Financial Management Authority and is licensed to issue cryptocards in Europe. Earlier this year, it affected more than 3 million active users, noting that an increasing number of them “are not usually cryptocurrency users.”
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Prior to partnering with Wirex, Mastercard partnered with blockchain payment provider BitPay in June this year to unveil prepaid card encryption to users in the United States.
PSA Airlines adding a crew base at Cincinnati airport
Dayton-based PSA on Monday said it will open a crew base at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport in January. This will be PSA’s fourth crew base, joining Dayton; Charlotte, N.C.; and Knoxville, Tenn. It comes less than 90 days after PSA said it …
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