The city is the serviced by three major airports: LaGuardia Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. Unfortunately, none of them are located in the popular borough of Manhattan. LaGuardia and JFK are located in Queens while Newark is located in nearby New Jersey, but are all located near major roads or highways, so access to the city is quick and easy.
If you are looking to get in and out quickly from New York, you may want to consider staying at a hotel near one of the three major airports.
The smallest of New York's major airports, it is popular with travelers due to its central location. It is the closest airport to Manhattan (30 minutes depending on traffic) and handles over 20 million passengers a year. The airport mainly serves flights from the continental United States and Canada.
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John F. Kennedy International Airport
Located 12 miles from Manhattan, JFK is the top international air passenger gateway in the United States. It serves as the base of operations of budget carrier JetBlue and is an international gateway hub for Delta and American Airlines. It handles about 50,000 international passengers every day. The AirTran, the airport's rapid-transit system, connects JFK to the car rental lots and two subway stations.
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Newark Liberty International Airport
Although not located in the state of New York, the airport handles over 30 millions passengers every year and is the fifth busiest international air gateway. It is located 15 miles southwest of New York. It is also the second largest hub for Continental Airlines.
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