New York City Airports – JFK, LGA & EWR
The airports John F. Kennedy International Airport, LaGuardia Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport are in the catchment area of the metropolis of New York City.
New York airports listed on USATipps.de
- John F. Kennedy Airport
- Newark Airport
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
We offer information about JFK Airport on our subpage for John F. Kennedy Airport. ny.com provides an overview of the transport options to and from JFK. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey operates the AirTrain as public transport at JFK with connections to the public subway, bus and train networks of New York and as a means of transport at JFK Airport itself.
You can get to the Airtrain at JFK Airport by first following the signs for “Ground Transportation” and “Luggage Claim”, from there further signs lead to the AirTrain entrance (via an elevator). Attendants will help there if necessary. For price-conscious individual travelers, the AirTrain is an alternative to using other means of transport (see “Costs” below). However, you have to carry your luggage with you at all times, it cannot be checked in.
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The ride with the AirTrain in the airport area is free, otherwise a ride costs $ 5 per person. In addition, there are costs for further public transport to the desired final destination, e.g. another $ 2 when using the subway. Children under 5 travel for free. A Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard is available for single trips. There is also an Unlimited Ride Metro Card for $ 40 for frequent travelers, which entitles them to a price reduction of up to 20% (= $ 1) per trip. When traveling from the airport, payment is only made when leaving the AirTrain area (at the “MetroCard vending machines” at the AirTrain exits of the Jamaica or Howard Beach stations). Conversely, when driving to the airport, the fare is due at the AirTrain entrance. Manhattan (taxi cost about $ 35 + tip).
The AirTrain serves 3 routes:
- Airline Terminal Route (Inner Loop),
- Howard Beach Route (Route A),
- Jamaica Station Route (Route D).
All three routes stop at Federal Circle (Station C). Station announcements clearly indicate where the arriving train will continue to.
Routes at the airport: On the Airline Terminal Route, the AirTrain runs around JFK Airport to the Airline Terminals, the Parking Lots, the Hotel Shuttle Areas and the Rental Car Facilities as well as to the Federal Circle (Station C). All trips in this area are free.
Routes away from the airport:
The AirTrain connects via the respective route with the following public transport:
- with the MTA Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) at Jamaica Station,
- by subway E, J / Z at Jamaica Station,
- by subway A at Howard Beach Station,
- with the NYC Transit Bus Lines Q20, Q24, Q30, Q31, Q43, Q44, Q54 and Q56 at Jamaica Station,
- with the Green Bus Lines Q6, Q8, Q9, Q40, Q41 and Q60 at the Jamaica Station,
- on the Q11 Green Bus Line one block from Howard Beach Station at 102nd St. and 160th Ave.
Routes to the airport:
The following public transport takes you to the AirTrain in the direction of JFK Airport:
- with the MTA Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) to Jamaica Station,
- take subways E, J / Z to Sutphin Blvd.-Archer Ave., Jamaica Station,
- by subway A to Howard Beach Station,
- with the NYC Transit Bus Lines Q20, Q24, Q30, Q31, Q43, Q44, Q54 and Q56 to Jamaica Station,
- with the Green Bus Lines Q6, Q8, Q9, Q40, Q41 and Q60 to Jamaica Station,
- with the Green Bus Line Q11 to 102nd St. and 160th Ave. one block from Howard Beach Station.,
Further information on timetables and fares can be found on the website AirTrain JFK, LIRR & NYC transit.
Newark International Airport (EWR)
We offer information about Newark International Airport on our subpage about John F. Kennedy Airport. Further information is available on the pages ny.com & http://www.quickaid.com/airports/ewr/.
LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
We offer information on LaGuardia Airport on our Newark Airport subpage. Further information is available on the website ny.com & quickaid.com. The appearance and content of the website of the 5 New York airports has been revised. There is improved information on arrival and departure and on flight cancellations: panynj.info.