John F. Kennedy International Airport's clout as one of the leading airports in the world is being threatened by competition from other domestic and international airports, according to a report from New York City Comptroller Elizabeth Holtzman.

Unless officials from the state, city, and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey join together to develop a reinvestment program for Kennedy, one of the city's most valuable economic resources could lose ground, the report says. Ms. Holtzman challenged the way the Port Authority has allocated its capital resources, favoring New Jersey's Newark International Airport over Kennedy.

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