Even with its recent $376 million runway renovation, JFK Airport is inundated with air traffic, meanwhile, right across the bay, Floyd Bennett Field is sitting pretty and mostly still. The AP daydreams about reopening the historic Brooklyn airfield that closed in the early 70s and is now more likely to find bikers buzzing around its runways than planes, although occasionally, some do land there. Despite its decommission, the property is well maintained and owned by the National Park Service, making a revival unlikely, but this is NYC and stranger things have happened. (Photo: ixtayul/flickr)