NEW YORK (AP) -- John F. Kennedy and Newark Liberty International airports are now operating at full service.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey says airlines are continuing to restore full flight schedules.
LaGuardia Airport, which reopened Thursday on a limited schedule, will continue to increase service throughout the day.
Stewart International Airport, 55 miles north of New York City, is operating normally, as is Teterboro (TEE'-tur-bur-oh) Airport in New Jersey.
The authority is urging passengers to confirm their flights before heading to the airport.
The JFK AirTrain has resumed limited service. AirTrain Newark is operating at full service.