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How to get from JFK
John F. Kennedy International Airport

New York, United States

New York Airport overview

Airport named after 35th president of United States John Fitzgerald Kennedy is the airport number one for servicing flights to New York City. JFK airport is situated between Brooklyn and Long Beach, 15 miles from the Central Park on Manhattan.

Public transport to city center of New York

The public transport station is right in front of airport terminal.

Day route:

AirTrain JFK Red City Zone M34A-SBS Estimated duration 1 hour 6 mins.
AirTrain JFK Red 5 stops to Jamaica Station (AirTrain) ( 14 mins - 5.6 mi )
City Zone 1 stops to Pennsylvania Station ( 19 mins - 11.3 mi )
M34A-SBS 1 stops to W 34 St/Broadway ( 3 mins - 0.2 mi )

This route will take you to Empire State Building in New York city center.

Night route:

Q3 F Estimated duration 1 hour 19 mins.
Q3 40 stops to Hillside Av & 179 PI ( 31 mins - 6.2 mi )
F 17 stops to 34 St - Herald Sq ( 37 mins - 13.1 mi )

This route will take you to Empire State Building in New York city center.

Prices:

AirTrain JFK

Price of one way train tickets is 7.75 USD.

Urban public transport

Inner city public transportation in New York costs 2.75 USD per one way.

Taxi

Taking taxi from John F. Kennedy International Airport to New York city center will charge you around 60.00 USD.

Hotels in nearby areas

Courtyard by Marriott New York JFK Airport

New York

2.5 km from JFK

Hampton Inn NY-JFK Jamaica-Queens

New York

2.6 km from JFK

Transfers from John F. Kennedy International Airport

We are sorry but We are not able to recommend any private JFK transfer service right now.

Airport ranking

59,392,500 passengers in 2017.
22.bussiest airport in the World
6. bussiest airport in North America
6.bussiest airport in United States

Airport details

Actual time 01:42
Actual date 2019/10/21
 
IATA code JFK
Terminals 6
Website http://www.kennedyairport.com/

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