New York City Airports & Airlines
New York Airports Guide
If you're booking a flight to New York City, you may not realize how many New York airports there are to choose from. We've put together this helpful guide to New York airports, including pros and cons for each to help you make an informed choice.
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK Airport)
Located in Queens, JFK Airport is about 15 miles (1 hour driving) to Manhattan. I've gathered the information you need for flying into JFK Airport including transportation from JFK into Manhattan.
Newark International Airport
Located in Newark, New Jersey, EWR is about 16 miles (45 minutes) to Midtown. I've gathered the information you need for flying into Newark Airport including transportation from EWR into Manhattan.
LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
LaGuardia airport is the closest to Manhattan, in Queens, it's about 8 miles (30 minutes) from Midtown. Helpful information about LaGuardia includes detailed information about getting from the airport to Manhattan.
800/AIRTRAN; Atlanta based. Flies into LaGuardia Airport.
800/235-9292. Flies into both JFK airport and LaGuardia airport.
800/433-7300. Flies into both JFK airport and LaGuardia airport.
800/I-FLY-ATA; Chicago-based. Flies into LaGuardia Airport.
800/525-0280. Flies into Newark Airport and LaGuardia Airport.
800/221-1212. Flies into Newark airport, JFK airport and LaGuardia airport.
800/4321-FLY; Denver based. Flies into LaGuardia airport.
800/JETBLUE; JFK airport based airline offers service to Burlington, Vermont; Denver; Salt Lake City, Seattle; Oakland and Ontario, California; upstate New York and Florida; and San Juan.
800/225-2525. Flies into Newark airport, LaGuardia airport, and JFK airport.
800/435-9792; flies into MacArthur (Islip) Airport on Long Island, 50 miles east of Manhattan
800/772-7117; Detroit-based. Flies into LaGuardia airport.
800/241-6522. Flies into JFK airport and Newark airport.
800/428-4322. Flies into LaGuardia airport and Newark airport.