New York has three major airports
Located approximately 15 minutes from Manhattan, JFK International Airport easily accessible by bus, airtrain, taxi, and shuttle vans.
Located 16 miles from Manhattan, Newark International Airport is New York's second largest airport.
LaGuardia Airport is located on the waterfront of Flushing Bay and easily accessible by bus, taxi and shuttle vans.
The John F. Kennedy International Airport, more commonly known as JFK, is New York's main and busiest airport. Located in Queens, at the south end of the Van Wyck Expressway, JFK International Airport is approximately fifteen minutes from Manhattan.
JFK Airport primarily handles international flights, and offers flights with more than 100 different airlines and to more than fifty countries. JFK International Airport is considered one of the busiest airports in the world.
JFK International Airport offers a wide range of ground transportation options. Taxis, buses, shuttle vans, and limousines are available at all nine terminals. Ground transportation information counters are situated on the lower baggage claim level of each terminal to provide you with information and help with reservations for buses, shuttle vans, and limousines.
General Info: 718-244-4444
Parking Info: 718-244-4168
Distance from JFK Airport to midtown Manhattan: 15 miles
Drive time from JFK Airport to midtown Manhattan: 50 to 60 minutes
Parking Locations at JFK
Green Parking: Terminal 1, Terminal 2/3
Blue Parking: Terminal 4
Yellow Parking: Terminal 5/6
Orange Parking: Terminal 7
Red Parking: Terminal 8
Note: AirTrain JFK stops at all terminals and can take you to the various parking locations:
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is New York's second largest international airport. Located in New Jersey and just 16 miles from Manhattan, the airport's proximity to the New York city metropolitan area makes it a convenient option for many travelers that are looking for a less crowded close to New York City
Newark Liberty handles both domestic and international flights. The airport has three terminals, A - C. Each terminal in Newark Liberty has a number of amenities including restrooms, telephones, retail shops and restaurants for traveler convenience.
Newark International Airport Information
Airport locationNorth Ave & Spring St
Distance from Newark Airport to midtown Manhattan: 16 miles
Drive time from Newark Airport to midtown Manhattan: 40 to 60 minutes
LaGuardia Airport (LGA) is the smallest of the three major airports serving New York city and the greater New York area. Popular due to its central location and proximity to Manhattan, LaGuardia Airport handles mainly domestic flights.
LaGuardia Airport is located in the borough of Queens on the Grand Central Parkway. Bordering on Flushing Bay and Bowery Bay, the airport is approximately 8 miles from midtown Manhattan.
New York City's LaGuardia Airport was built in the late 1939 and named after a former Mayor of New York, Fiorello LaGuardia. LaGuardia Airport is operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. With four terminals, LaGuardia is a focus airport for Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, and US Airways with flights to destinations within the United States, Canada, Aruba, the Bahamas, and Bermuda.
General Info: 718-533-3400
Parking Info: 718-533-3850
Distance from LaGuardia Airport to midtown Manhattan: 8 miles
Drive time from LaGuardia Airport to midtown Manhattan: 30 to 45 minutes
New York LaGuardia International Airport
Airport Address: Hangar 7C, Flushing, New York 11371, USA
General Enquiries: +1 718 533 3400
Lost & Found: +1 718 533 3988