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Things to know about New York JFK Airport

New York JFK Airport is the largest of the three airports in and around New York, with 62.5 million passengers using the airport in 2019. New York JKF Airport has six terminals and four runways. The airlines offering the most connections are Delta Air Lines (T2 and T4), American Airlines (T8) and JetBlue (T5). KLM uses Terminal 4, owned by Schiphol Group. The airport is named after John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States.

Facilities at New York JFK Airport

New York JFK Airport is the busiest in the United States and one of the most active in North America based on international passengers. It doesn’t matter where you are at New York JFK Airport; you always have free access to fast and unlimited WiFi. If you have an early flight or arrive late, it is wise to look for a hotel in the airport’s immediate vicinity. There are several motels and hotels with shuttle services around the airport. New York JFK Airport also has massage salons, bookstores, clothing stores and souvenir shops. There is a chapel open to followers of different religions.

Fancy a drink or a bite before you board your flight? New York JFK Airport has more than 30 lively bars and restaurants, serving tasty bites ranging from delicious American burgers to Italian and Japanese dishes.

New York JFK Airport has four runways, six terminals and 128 gates. The six terminals are numbered 1 to 8; T3 and T6 have been demolished after Terminal 5. There is an ‘automated people mover’ called JFK AirTrain at all terminals. The AirTrain allows you to travel between the Jamaica and Howard Beach terminals and stations, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.

The AirTrain also stops at Federal Circle station, where the car rental companies can be found. You can use the AirTrain between the terminals and the Federal Circle station for free. To travel to and from the Jamaica (LIRR/Subway) and Howard Beach Stations (Subway), you would have to pay a surcharge. You can load this amount on a MetroCard that can be purchased a the airport. Check out the New York JFK Airport AirTrain page for rates and more.

Where is the New York JFK Airport located, and how do I get to the city centre?

New York John F. Kennedy Airport is located in the south of the borough of Queens on Long Island, southeast of Manhattan, approximately 26 km from the centre of New York. The airport is easily accessible by car via the Interstate 678 highway. New York‘s city centre is located around Times Square, in the borough of Manhattan. The travel time to Times Square (Midtown Manhattan) is 45 minutes. You’d have to take a longer travel time into account during rush hour. Times Square is not always seen as the centre of New York City, some New Yorkers use Columbus Circle as the city centre, and geographically, Queens is the city’s centre.

All terminals at JFK Airport are interconnected by the AirTrain, which also takes you to the parking lots, the shuttle bus meeting point and the Jamaica and Howard Beach stations. A train runs from Jamaica station to New York, known as the Long Island Railroad. This train stops in Brooklyn at Atlantic Terminal and in Manhattan at Penn Station.

From Jamaica or Howard Beach, you can choose any of the several subway lines that take you to Upper Manhattan, Midtown Manhattan, Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn. For Airtrain rates and departure times, check out the official AirTrain page.

Should you need to be in a different New York neighbourhood? There are also bus connections from JFK Airport, including Brooklyn and Queens. The mode of transportation you choose often depends on your destination. The LIRR Long Island Rail Road train is the fastest and most expensive travel option to Midtown Manhattan; the journey time to Penn Station is 20 minutes.

It is possible to travel to downtown New York without using the JFK AirTrain to Jamaica Station or Howard Beach Station. From Terminal 5 bus service Q10 to Kew Gardens north of the airport leaves every 10 to 20 minutes. After about half an hour, get off at the Ozone Park-Lefferts Boulevard metro station, where Subway A departs in the direction of Downtown Manhattan. Travel time to Fulton Street Subway Station in lower Manhattan is 33 minutes.

What is the approximate flight duration from the U.K. to New York JFK Airport?

A direct flight from any airport in the U.K. to New York JFK airport takes between 7 and 9 hours. If a stopover is planned, the travel time will, of course, be longer, and you can find this on your ticket.

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