New York airport information

General information about New York airport

New York City is served by three major civilian airports handling both domestic and international flights: John F. Kennedy International, Newark Liberty International, and LaGuardia. John F. Kennedy International is the largest airport in New York and the entire United States, located in the southeast of the city. It is a hub for JetBlue Airways, Delta Airlines and American Airlines. The airport has a few terminals serving international and domestic destinations. The airport is connected to Manhattan by scheduled bus shuttles, taxi, subway and even helicopter. Helicopters run on schedule taking off from a special helipad on Wall-Street. Another major airport is located in the northern part of the city. LaGuardia is named after Fiorello La Guardia, the former mayor of New York. The airport was built on the site of the amusement park. Now it has 4 terminals and 2 perpendicular runways. One can get from the airport to the city taking a scheduled bus or a taxi. The third largest airport in New York is Newark Liberty International. In fact, it is located in New Jersey, but it is much closer to Manhattan than the other two airports, and hence many travellers prefer to arrive to New York City through Newark Liberty International. A monorail system Air Train Newark connects the airport with the downtown.

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