While we are thoroughly on record as against people flying in their pajamas, we understand that sometimes when you're traveling, especially with lay-overs, connecting flights and such things, one can run out of proper, clean clothes rather quickly. But one entrepreneurial Queens man is going to remove any excuses (and stains) with his new operation: Elmhurst resident Taeyoung Kim opened the first dry cleaning service at JFK airport last week. Kim ran a two-chair shoe-shining business in Terminal 4 for the past seven years. He imagines that 80 percent of his business will come from airport workers, but he offers a three-hour express service for travelers in a rush. We can think of at least one person who must be super pumped.