AirTrain service resumes at JFK Airport after temporary suspension Wednesday morning

QUEENS — AirTrain service at John F. Kennedy International Airport as resumed after it was was suspended in both directions early Wednesday morning, the airport said.

Just after 7 a.m., Kennedy Airport tweeted that limited AirTrain service was running to all stations, with residual delays.

The airport warns travelers that they should allow for extra travel time to get to their gates and flights on time.

Earlier Wednesday, around 6:30 a.m., the airport said service was temporarily suspended system-wide, with shuttle bus service available at all stations.

Initially, the suspension only affected service between Federal Circle and the airport terminals around 6 a.m.

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