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Hudson’s administration said Thursday the plan includes looking at what options are available for 2018. In the past six months, Hudson’s administration has asked officials from the Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Commerce, U.S. Coast Guard and Department of Housing and Urban Development to discuss options for the city’s airport.

“We are evaluating whether or not to purchase New York Airways to provide the same service발리 바고 카지노 as New York’s international partne아시아 카지노rs,” the administration said in a statement. “We are also evaluating how to provide more affordable services for passengers, including whether to provide discounts on domestic routes.”

In an interview before a meeting of the State Budget Committee Thursday afternoon, Hudson City Councilman Jim DellaVedova said he did not think Hudson will sell New York’s AirTrain, which is a short-haul passenger service with connecting stops that runs between New York City and Brooklyn.

“I think it’s important we look at what we’re providing to the citizens of New York,” DellaVedova said.

An AirTrain pilot who lives in Jersey City said Wednesday there are concerns the company could shut down as Hudson considers whether to buy it, as it would be a loss for Jersey City.

“I can’t imagine that they wouldn’t be shut down if they did,” pilot Andrew Mink said.

AirTrain is operated by private companies, including Hynes Corp., and is more expensive to run. New York has run AirTrain for decades with service to more than 100 destinations such as Chicago, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas, but has not yet delivered a full-scale service across the nation. Hudson said it’s considering building a system with more service to 100 destinations and expanding its international service to the region.

Hudson has also offered to make upgrades to the airport’s terminals.

In mid-November, an AirTrain pilot in Long Island was arrested after he flew at 200 miles per hour and struck a car.

An AirTrain pilot who lives in Jersey City said Wednesday there are concerns the company could shut down as Hudson considers whether to buy it, as it would be a loss for Jersey City.

“I can’t imagine that they wouldn’t be shut down if they did,” the pilot said. “I think there are a lot of worries and concerns out there.”

Seth Schoen, executive director o

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