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- Long Island MacArthur Airport has joined the growing number of participating U.S. airports that have launched the TSA Pre✓™ program that allows low-risk travelers to experience a FASTER, MORE EFFECIENT screening experience for DOMESTIC and INTERNATIONAL travel. This program is just another reason for Long Islanders to choose MacArthur as their preferred airport!
- For travelers, this implementation TSA Pre✓™ means: Quicker transit through airport lanes; Shorter lines, Shorter wait times, and an overall Improved customer experience
- Qualified travelers will no longer have to remove their: belt, shoes, light outerwear/jacket, 3-1-1 compliant bag and laptop from carry-on
- TSA Pre✓™ is available to certain frequent flyers of participating airlines OR members of existing Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Trusted Traveler programs including Global Entry, NEXUS, and SENTRI programs.
- The TSA will continue to incorporate random and unpredictable security measures throughout the airport, to ensure the safety of all passengers and visitors using LIMA.
- The TSA Pre✓™ is an immeasurable convenience for both business and leisure travelers who are already taking advantage of the ease of traveling into and out of MacArthur Airport.
- We applaud the TSA for implementing this innovative program that will provide travelers with a more pleasurable experience, but while still maintaining the highest level of security.
- HOW IT WORKS: Passengers present boarding pass and Government-issued ID to the Travel Document Checker who then will scan boarding pass barcode. If eligible, passengers and their children ages 12 and under, proceed to the TSA Pre✓™ where they can keep on your shoes and belt, laptops in case, and 3-1-1 compliant bag in a carry-on.
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Preparations are underway for the Sixth Annual Holiday Concert series at Long Island MacArthur Airport, scheduled for Dec. 8 through Dec. 23 and we’re inviting your band, orchestra and/or chorus to take part in the activities!
The concert series kicks off with the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on Monday, Dec. 8. The festivities will start at 5 p.m. with the tree lighting at 7 p.m. Over the last five holiday seasons, we’ve been proud to host a number of local school groups at various times throughout the day to perform in the Main Terminal at MacArthur Airport for the traveling public.
As we are getting more performances each year, we are reaching out well in advance of the holidays to see if your school would be interested in participating in this unique concert series, during the peak travel time of the year at Long Island’s only commercial airport. Scheduled over the course of 16 days, we will be able to accommodate groups during the school day or after the normal school day has ended and performance time is also available on the weekends. We are asking for a response no later than November 1, 2014, from any school bands, orchestras or choirs that would like to perform.
Parking for buses and parents that wish to attend will be provided, and we invite you to check out some of the previous performances that have been posted on MacArthur Airport’s Facebook (LongIslandMacArthurAirport) and YouTube (LIMacArthur) accounts to get a better idea of the success we’ve experienced with the Concert Series.
PENAIR TAKES FLIGHT AT MACARTHUR AIRPORT
Town, State and County Officials Celebrate Boston Destination With Ribbon Cutting at Airline’s New Home
Ronkonkoma, NY – All levels of government gathered at Islip’s Long Island MacArthur Airport today to celebrate the inaugural flight of PenAir, the Alaskan-based airline that is bringing back nonstop flights from Islip to Boston, an invaluable service that has been absent from the airport since 2008. PenAir’s first flight from MacArthur left at 8:40 a.m. from Gate B17, but not before Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci, along with PenAir COO Dave Hall and Town Board members John Cochrane, Steve Flotteron, Trish Bergin Weichbrodt, and Anthony Senft cut the ribbon for the dozens of passengers, both business and leisure, to climb aboard the 34-seat Saab 340 aircraft. “It’s an exciting day for the Town of Islip and Long Island Mac Arthur Airport. PenAir has joined the MacArthur family and once again we will have direct nonstop flights to Boston. We did not look for excuses... we looked for great partners like PenAir and joined forces to give our residents what they have asked for---more flights and more airlines.” said Supervisor Croci. “Before I took office, we had been witnessing a steady decline of airlines and flights. PenAir changes all that--- new leadership, new airlines and more good news to come for Long Island MacArthur Airport.”
PenAir’s Boston service from MacArthur Airport marks its first entry into the New York Metropolitan area. Talks to bring the airline to Islip Town started more than a year ago, and became a reality in March, with the official announcement of the 58-year-old airline’s arrival to Long Island. Kevin S. Law, President & CEO of the Long Island Association said, “Long Island MacArthur Airport is an economic engine that that is vital to the growth of our business community and thus I commend Supervisor Croci and the Town of Islip for putting the airport on the right track with its partnership with PenAir.”
PenAir officials saw a unique opportunity to provide service to Boston for Long Island travelers, who were forced to go to New York City airports to get flights. Service from MacArthur will start with two nonstop flights a day, with the ability to add more as passenger demands grow. A 2010 New York State Department of Transportation Statewide Airport Economic Impact Study identified LIMA as generating in excess of $575,000,000 of economic activity for the region. “We are excited to begin service into this market and to bring our brand of customer service to Long Island”, said PenAir Chief Operating Office Dave Hall. “We are an established 57-year old Alaskan company, and we are very proud of our levels of service, safety and reliability. Our 34-seat Saab 340 aircraft are a perfect fit for the market between MacArthur and our new hub at Boston.”
Our plan is to start with two daily round-trips and add additional flights as the demand builds”, Hall continued. “We also operate flights out of Boston to Presque Isle, Maine, Plattsburgh, New York and seasonally to Bar Harbor, Maine. We are a proud codeshare partner of Alaska Airlines, making our fit in this market perfect for the business traveler as well as college students and pleasure travelers”.
Town officials have been actively pursuing airlines to locate to MacArthur Airport, which were bolstered after a recent Stony Brook University study showed that places such as Boston, are primary destinations for business travelers. In March 2012, Islip officials approved a new Air Service Development Incentive Program aimed at attracting new carriers and increasing service by incumbent carriers, by offering several options to airlines including waiving of landing fees and some rental charges, and a Town commitment to support the carriers marketing and advertising initiatives up to $100,000. US Airways took advantage of the program when it successfully introduced new service to Reagan National Airport from MacArthur in March 2012. Airport liaison and Councilman John Cochrane, Jr. summed up the celebration. “Today marks a big step forward in solidifying the future of MacArthur Airport---positive announcements are on the horizon as we welcome PenAir to the MacArthur family.”