LaGuardia Airport, located on the northern edge of Queens, was North America's first major commercial airport. Today, it's part of the largest airport system in the U.S. and one of the largest in the world. It's the least busy of New York City's airport triplex, also including JFK and Newark, and doesn't have border control facilities, which can impede international travel. Still, it serves some 15 million passengers per year. If that includes you, check here for LGA news.
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