Logo   New York City Airports
New York's three major airports are John F Kennedy (JFK), Newark Liberty (EWR), and LaGuardia (LGA).  



Most visitors arrive in New York City by plane at one of its three major airports:

John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

Biggest and busiest, JFK is the farthest major airport from Manhattan, but connected to Manhattan by train, bus and taxi. More...

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

Sixteen miles (26 km) southwest of Manhattan in northern New Jersey, Newark Liberty also handles lots of transatlantic flights. It's easily reached by NJ Transit train. More...

LaGuardia Airport

Closest major airport to Manhattan, this is New York City's prime destination for regional and North American flights. More...

Smaller airports near New York City include:

White Plains Westchester County Airport

Long Island Islip Macarthur Airport

Teterboro Airport

Here's info on travel between New York City and Boston, and how to choose the mode that's right for you.

AirTrain Newark Airport

NJ Transit Trains & Buses

Penn Station

Port Authority Bus Terminal

Grand Central Terminal

LaGuardia Airport

Newark Liberty Airport

JFK Airport

New York City Transport

New England Transport


Paris Girls Secret Society, the new novel by Tom Brosnahan


JFK Airport, New York NY

John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK)





FTP on Facebook    
Pinterest    Twitter