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New York airports

New York City has three international airports: John F. Kennedy International (JFK), Newark Liberty International (EWR) and La Guardia (LGA).

JFK

John F. Kennedy International is located 12 miles (20km) from Lower Manhattan in Jamaica, Queens, in the south-east of New York City. With six terminals and dealing with over 50 million passengers a year, JFK is New York City’s biggest and busiest airport and the main airport for international air traffic serving the USA. The AirTrain JFK connects all the airport terminals and is also connected to Long Island Rail Road and the New York City Subway in Queens.

Getting into New York from JFK is straightforward. It takes 30-40 minutes to Midtown Manhattan by train. Alternatively, take the NYC Airporter shuttle bus, which serves Grand Central, Penn Station and Port Authority. Or take an iconic yellow cab, but beware that bus and taxi travel times are dependent on traffic and can take between 30 minutes and an hour and a half.



Newark

Newark Liberty International is not in New York itself, but in New Jersey, although it is only 14 miles (24km) from midtown Manhattan. The main advantage of flying into Newark is that it is a quieter airport, while still offering good transport links into the city. Take the AirTrain into New York Penn Station for connection to the NYC Subway, or take the bus, but this takes longer – from one-and-a-half to two hours.

La Guardia

La Guardia is the smallest of New York’s three main airports, mostly handling domestic flights. It is the closest airport to Manhattan, eight miles to the east of the city. There are a number of options to get to Manhattan and elsewhere in NYC: the New York City Subway, the NYC Airporter Bus, or taxi, which takes 20-40 minutes.