Three airports serve the city of New York, and here we bring you all the details you need for each.
LaGuardia is the closest to the Times Square, Manhattan stops and easiest to reach, and a particularly good choice for domestic flights. JFK is further out by well connected by public city transport. Newark is further and more expensive as it outside the New York public transport area.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) Airport
La Guardia Airport
Newark (EWR) Liberty International Airport
Options for reaching the center of New York from the airport and vice versa
|Distance from New York center (Penn Station, near Times Square)||27 km = 16.7 miles||15 km = 9.3 miles||27 km = 16.7 miles|
|Public transport general operating hours||24/7 AirTrain, 24/7 MTA and LIRR, NYC Airporter: 6 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.||24/7 SBS (Select bus service), 24/7 MTA and LIRR, NYC Airporter: 6 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.||24/7 AirTrain, New Jersey Transit: 5 a.m. - 2 a.m., Newark Airport Express: 4 a.m. - 1 a.m, Airporter: 6 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.|
|AirTrain||JFK AirTrain connects JFK Airport's terminals and the airport with the transportation hubs (Howard Beach and Jamaica stations) from where you can catch the connection to various destinations in and around New York. Fares: free rides around the airport; $5 to the Howard Beach and Jamaica stations.||N/A||EWR AirTrain connects Newark Airport's terminals and the airport with the Newark Liberty Airport Station, from where the train connection to various destinations in and around New York can be taken. Fares: free rides around the airport; $5.5 to the Newark Liberty Airport Station.|
|Select bus service||N/A||MTA Q70 SBS line - connects terminals B, C and D with the Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave (MTA) and Woodside (LIRR) subway stations, where you can catch the connection to Manhattan. MTA M60 SBS line - connects all 4 terminals (no service for TA between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m.) to Upper Manhattan, from where you can catch further connections to Midtown Manhattan. MTA Q47 SBS line connects TA to Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave subway station. Departing frequency - Q70 - non-stop; M60- between 5 and 10 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes overnight. Travel times (SBS + chosen connection) - between 60 and 90 minutes to Midtown Manhattan. Fares: MetroCard $2.75 + $1 additional fee for a refillable card.||N/A|
|MTA New York City Transit||Subway A line (marked Far Rockway) operates to the 42 Street-Port Authority Bus Station (from the Howard Beach Station), near Times Square; average travel time - between 60 and 90 minutes. Subway E line operates to the 42 Street-Port Authority Bus Station (from the Jamaica Station), near Times Square; average travel time - 50 minutes. Departing frequency - 5 minutes during rush and up to 20 minutes during quiet hours. Fares: MetroCard $2.75 + $1 additional fee for a refillable card.||Subway lines 7, E, F, M and R operate between Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave and Midtown Manhattan. Frequency - up to 10 minutes during the day and 20 minutes overnight. Travel times between Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave and Midtown Manhattan - around 60 minutes. Fares: MetroCard $2.75 + $1 additional fee for a refillable card.||N/A|
|LIRR||LIRR operates from the Jamaica Station to the Penn Station (Midtown Manhattan, near Times Square) and is a faster option for reaching the downtown New York than MTA. Average travel time - 35 minutes. Fare: $10 ($7.25 off peak); note that tickets purchased on board the train are more expensive.||LIRR operates from the Woodside Station to the Penn Station (Midtown Manhattan), near Times Square. Average travel time - up to 15 minutes. Fare: $8.25 ($6 off peak); note that tickets purchased on board the train are more expensive.||N/A|
|Amtrak||N/A||N/A||Amtrak trains operate from the EWR Airport to the Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan; Average travel time - 30 minutes. Fare: $36.|
|New Jersey Transit||N/A||N/A||New Jersey Transit trains operate from the EWR Airport to the Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan; Average travel time - 30 minutes. Fare: $13.|
|NYC Airporter Bus service||Connects each terminal with the stations around the Times Square (Grand Central Terminal, Bryant Park, Pen Station, 42 Street Station). Travelling times - between 1:30 and 2 hours, depending on traffic. Departing frequency: 30 minutes. Fares: $18 single journey; $27 round trip.||Connects each terminal with the stations around the Times Square (Grand Central Terminal, Bryant Park, Pen Station, 42 Street Station). Travelling time - around an hour. Departing frequency: 30 minutes. Fares: $15 single journey; $24 round trip.||Available for transfers between the airports. Fares to the LaGuardia and JFK: $28 single journey, $56 round trip.|
|Airlink shuttle (door to door)||Price per person from the JFK to Midtown Manhattan - from $20.||Price per person from the LaGuardia to Midtown Manhattan - from $18.||Price per person to Midtown Manhattan - from $19.|
|Newark Airport Express||N/A||N/A||Newark Airport Express buses run between the EWR Airport and Midtown Manhattan (Port Authority Bus Terminal, Bryant Park and Grand Central stations). Traveling times - between 45 minutes and an hour. Departing frequency: 15 minutes (30 minutes during off peak hours) Fares: $17 single journey; $29 round trip.|
|Taxi / Cab Services||Taxis charge a flat rate to Manhattan of $52 + tips; travel times - at least 45 minutes.||Taxi fares range up to $30 to the downtown + tips; travel times are between 20 and 40 minutes, depending on traffic.||Taxi fares to downtown Manhattan vary between $60 and $80 + tips and tunnel tolls; travel times range between 30 minutes and an hour, depending on traffic.|
|On demand taxis||Uber on demand; estimated fares to the Penn Station: UberX - from $52, UberXL - from $78, UberBLACK - from $103.||Uber on demand; estimated fares to the Penn Station: UberX - from $29, UberXL - from $42, UberBLACK - from $55.||Uber on demand; estimated fares to the Penn Station: UberX - from $42, UberXL - from $53, UberBLACK - from $100.|
Which airport is most suitable for me?
|How close to New York city center and main tourist attractions?||JFK Airport is located far away from the city center. However, the connection to the downtown, Times Square and Central Park, where most attractions are located, is convenient and efficient. Depending on the chosen means of transport and traffic, you can reach Midtown Manhattan and its main points of interest between an hour and three.||LaGuardia Airport is the closest of the three New York airports to the main points of interest. The airport boasts a good connection to the city center. Depending on the chosen transportation, you can reach Midtown Manhattan and its main points of interest between an hour and two.||Newark (EWR) Liberty International Airport is located far away from the New York city center. However, the airport has an efficient connection to Midtown Manhattan. Depending on the chosen means of transport and traffic, you can reach the city center and its main points of interest in an hour or twice that.|
|The JFK Airport, as the biggest New York's airport, handles national and international flights. Hence, flight fares are the highest. Transfer to the city is well and affordable, in general. Car hires and hotel rates are also the highest among the three airports. On the other hand, if you are in a hurry (time = money), you usually won't be delayed at the JFK Airport.||The LaGuardia Airport mostly handles domestic flights. If you travel to New York from the U.S. destinations, you are very likely to pay significantly less for flights to LaGuardia than JFK. The additional benefit is that transfers to the city center are faster and cheaper. Car rentals are somewhat cheaper, while hotel rates tend to be significantly cheaper compared to JFK.||The EWR Airport handles national and international flights. Since the EWR isn't the major New York airport, flights to this airport are cheaper than to JFK and similar to LaGuardia (domestic flights). Transfer to downtown New York is efficient and affordable. Car rentals and hotel rates are significantly cheaper than at JFK and similar to LaGuardia. However, if you're limited with time and travel from afar, you better consider the JFK, especially in winter, since the EWR Airport is notorious for its delays.|
|Airport delays||Overall, delay index for this airport is very low. Usually, the arrival and departure delays don't exceed 15 minutes.||Overall, delay index for this airport is very low. Usually, the arrival and departure delays don't exceed 15 minutes.||Compared to other two airports, the Newark Airport features significant delays, especially during winter months.|
Flight fares Prices taken for April 2018 (searched on 26-1-2018).
|From $103-Washington, D.C., $97-Boston, $127-Chicago, $207-Atlanta, $287 Los Angeles, $297-Seattle, $388-London, $302-Stockholm, $238-Mexico City, $171-Montreal, $195-Toronto.||From $76-Miami, $96-Washington, D.C., $57-Boston, $103-Chicago, $136-Atlanta, $132 Dallas, $136-Atlanta, $167-Toronto, $160-Montreal, $134-Indianapolis, $134-Orlando.||From $105-Chicago, $76-Miami, $149-Dallas, $57-Boston, $193-Pittsburgh, $168-Toronto, $202-Houston, $267-San Francisco, $287-Seattle, $313-Copenhagen, $329-Stockholm, $519-Riyadh.|
Car hire Prices taken for the 1-4-2018 to 7-4-2018 period (searched on 26-1-2018).
|Economy cars (Toyota Yaris, Chevrolet Aveo, Kia Rio): $441-$693. Intermediate cars (Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra, Vw Jetta): $462-$737.||Economy cars (Toyota Yaris, Chevrolet Aveo, Mazda 2): $405-$736. Intermediate cars (Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra, Vw Jetta):$427-$737.||Economy cars (Toyota Yaris, Chevrolet Aveo, Kia Rio): $405-$693. Intermediate cars (Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra, Vw Jetta): $427-$737.|
|car hire companies||Around Federal Circle: JFK Auto Rental, Advantage Rent A Car, Hertz, Enterprise, Thrifty, Dollar Rent A Car, Budget, Alamo Rent A Car, Avis.||Along Grand Central Pkwy: Avis, Hertz, Enterprise, U-Save Car Rental, Budget, Payless Car Rental, National Car Rental.||Terminal A: Hertz, Enterprise, Thrifty, Payless Car Rental, National Car Rental, Avis, Alamo, Budget, ACE, Advantage. Terminal B: Auto Rental Network, Priceless. Terminal C: Hertz.|
|Online car hire Deals?|
Hotel costs per night from 1-4-2018 to 2-4-2018 (searched on 26-1-2018)
|3-star Best Western JFK Airport - $144; 4-star Crown Plaza JFK Airport - $203.||3-star Best Western Plus LaGuardia Airport Hotel - $153; 4-star Hotel de Point - $135. Depending on the specific hotel's category, prices tend to be similar and up to 30% lower than hotels around the JFK Airport.||3-star Best Western Robert Treat - $104; 4-star Hotel Indigo Newark Downtown - $136. Hotel deals are around 30% lower when compared to hotels around the JFK Airport. Hotel deals between hotels around the EWR and LaGuardia airports range from similar to widely different.|
|Shopping||Terminal 1: Bulgari, Duty Free, Harley Davidson, Hermes, L'Occitane, Michael Kors, Montblanc, Yes All, Cartier. Terminal 2: Best Buy Express, Duty Free Americas, Kidsworks, Life is Good, Hudson News, Travel+Leisure. Terminal 4: Bijoux Terner, Bluewire, Delight Chocolates, DFS Duty Free, Discover New York, Fossil, Hugo Boss, Hermes, Life is Good, Swarovski, Sunglass Hut, Victoria's Secret, Voyager Travel Accessories. Terminal 5: Best Buy Express, Blue Sky Traders, Brighton Collectibles, ExOfficio, Lacoste, MUJI to Go, Taxco Sterling, TechShowcase, WFAN 66AM. Terminal 7: Best Buy Express x 2, Brookstone, Coach, Duty Free Americas, Emporio Armani, Juicy Couture, Montblanc, Hermes. Terminal 8: Airport Wireless, Brooks Brothers, Brookstone, Hudson Booksellers, InMotion Entertainment, iS Style, L'Occitane, Landau, Metropolitan Museum of Art Shop, Pandora, Solstice Sunglass Boutique, Swatch||Terminal B: Desigual, Discover New York, Duty Free Americas, Eddie Bauer, Hudson, InMotion Entertainment, Lacoste, Landau, Lick, Ruby Blue, TUMI, Angelina's Metro Market. Terminals C and D: Cibo Express Gourmet Market.||Terminal A: America!, EJE Duty Free, Creative Kids Stuff, Hudson Booksellers, Tech on the Go. Terminal B: America!, Best Buy Express, Duty Free Shop, InMotion Entertainment, Swatch, Tech on the Go. Terminal C: Abruzzo Mercato, America!, Bluwire, Brookstone, CIBO, InMotion Entertainment, L'Occitane, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Swatch, TUMI.|
|Eating & drinking||Terminal 1: Dunkin'Donuts, Euro Cafe, Martini Bar, McDonalds, Panini Express, Starbucks, New York Hot Dog & Coffee. Terminal 2: French Meadow Cafe, Fresh Attractions, Todd English Bonfire Bar and Steakhouse. Terminal 4: La Brea Bakery, Samuel Adams Brewhouse, Wok & Roll, Z-Pizza. Terminal 5: Dunkin'Donuts x 4, Deep Blue on the Fly, Jamba Juice, Philly Cheesesteaks, Pomes Frites. Terminal 7: Auntie Anne's, Grove Natural Snacks, Sapphire Lounge, Subway, Wolfgang Puck Express. Terminal 8: Auntie Anne's, Drink Martini Bar, Wok & Roll, Juan Valdez Cafe, New York Sports Bar.||Terminal A: Yankee Clipper. Terminal B: Asian Chao, Au Bon Pain, Auntie Anne's, Bowery Bay Cafe, Dunkin' Donuts, Figs Restaurant, Five Guys Burgers & Fries, MexiJoe's, Sorrentine, Villa Pizza. Terminal D: WorldBean.||Terminal A: Abica Coffee, Auntie Anne's, Dunkin' Donuts, Earl of Sandwich, Jamba Juice, Philips Seafood, Villa Pizza, Manchu Wok, Java Moon Cafe. Terminal B: Belgian Beer Cafe, Champp's, Currito's Burritos, Dunkin' Donuts, Java Moon Cafe, Mediterranean Bistro, Sora Sushi, Wendy's. Terminal C: Abruzzo Italian Steakhouse, Bar Left, Casciano Italian Specialties, Custom Burger, Dunkin' Donuts Coffee, Flora Cafe, Melange Cafe, Oeno Wine Bar, Starbucks Coffee, World Bean Coffee.|
|Lounges||Terminal 1: Air France Lounge, Alitalia Michelangelo Lounge, Lufthansa Senator and Business Lounge, KAL Lounge, JAL First Class and Sakura lounges. Terminal 2: Delta Air Lines Sky Club. Terminal 4: Emirates Lounge, KLM Oasis Lounge, SWISS Lounge, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse Lounge, LAN/Royal Jordanian Oasis Lounge, El Al King David Lounge. Terminal 7: British Airways First Lounge and Terraces, United Global First Lounge. Terminal 8: American Airlines Admiral's Club - Domestic and - International.||Terminal B: Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge, American Airlines Admirals Club, Centurion Lounge, Delta Sky Club, United Club. Terminal C: American Admirals Club, Delta Sky Club.||Terminal A: American Airlines Admirals Club, United Club. Terminal B: Art & Lounge, Delta Sky Club. Terminal C: United Club.|
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi at JFK Airport is free for 30 minutes; additional time can be purchased through Boingo.||Wi-Fi at LaGuardia Airport is free for 30 minutes; additional time can be purchased through Boingo.||Wi-Fi at EWR Airport is free for 30 minutes; additional time can be purchased through Boingo.|
|Terminal information. How many? How to transfer? Minimum connection time.||JFK Airport has 6 terminals (1, 2, 4, 5, 7 and 8). Transfer is provided by the JFK AirTrain. The AirTrain completes the loop around the airport in 8 minutes. Transfer times between terminals are between an hour and 1:30.||LaGuardia Airport has 4 terminals (A, B, C and D). Transfer between terminals is provided by airport shuttle buses; Purple Route - TB, TC and TD; Red Route - TA, TC and TD; Blue Route - TA and TB. Departing frequency is 10 minutes during peak and 15 minutes during non-peak hours. Transfer between terminals usually takes over an hour.||EWR Airport has 3 terminals (A, B and C). Transfer is provided by the EWR AirTrain. Travel time between terminals is 2 minutes. Departing frequency of trains is a few minutes. Transfer times between terminals are an hour and over.|
|Currency exchange & cash points||ATMs and cash machines are available throughout all terminals. Currency exchange offices (Travelex Currency Exchange) are located throughout all terminals.||ATMs and Travelex Currency Exchange offices are available throughout all terminals.||ATMs and Travelex Currency Exchange offices are available throughout all terminals.|
|Important phone numbers||JFK Airport: +1 718 244 4444, Lost and found: +1 718 244 4225.||LaGuardia Airport: +1 718 533 3400, Police: +1 800 828 7273, Lost and found: +1 718 662 5043.||EWR Airport: +1 973 961 6000, Police: +1 800 828 7273.|
|Major airlines and destinations|
|Major operating airlines||Aeroflot, Air China, Air France, Air India, Alitalia, American Airlines, Australian Airlines, British Airways, China Airlines, Delta, Emirates, Etihad, Iberia, JetBlue, Lufthansa, Norwegian Air, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines, Virgin America, WestJet,||Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Delta Shuttle, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, Virgin America, WestJet.||Air Canada, Air China, Air India, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta, JetBlue, Lufthansa, SAS, Spirit, SWISS, United, Virgin America, United Express.|
|Major destinations||Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Tokyo, Boston, Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi, Moscow, Dallas, Montreal, Miami, Buenos Aires, Shanghai, Atlanta, Toronto, Dubai, Amsterdam, Paris, Las Vegas, Madrid, Munich, Helsinki, London, Bangkok, Rome,||Washington, D.C., Buffalo, Boston, Portland, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Cleveland, Charlotte, Toronto, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Montreal, Houston, Dallas, Minneapolis, Chicago, Denver, Orlando, Miami,||Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Boston, Houston, Charlotte, Miami, San Francisco, Toronto, Sao Paolo, Zurich, London, Montreal, Edinburgh, Munich, Mumbai, Lisbon, Paris, Delhi, Frankfurt, Oslo.|
|Official airport website|
La Guardia Airport is served by fast public transport links to the city centre 9.3 miles (15 kilometres) and it is the closest airport to central New York. Using the MTA bus and train line connection to Midtown Manhattan takes 60-90 minutes which can be very inconvenient for travellers with a lot of luggage and children. Taxis are the best options for transfer to the city centre taking around 20-25 minutes depending on traffic.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy International airport is 16.7 miles (27 km) with a lot of public transport options to choose. The fastest transfer link is the JFK Airtrain connection to Long Island Rail which will take you to the Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan. The journey takes about 40 minutes. Taxis will get you there in 25-30 minutes giving the high traffic conditions in New York.
Newark Liberty International airport is the furthest located 16.7 miles (27 km) in New Jersey. This airport is linked to central New York by Amtrak Northeast Regional lines which take 30 minutes to transfer passengers to the city centre. All the airports have taxis, car hire, share-rides and other means of transportation available.
Compare airport distances and transfer times to the center of New York by public transport below.
Distance to Central New York:
La Guardia Airport: 9.3 miles / 15 km
John Fitzgerald Kennedy Airport: 16.7 miles / 27 km
Newark Liberty International Airport:16.7 miles / 27 km
La Guardia Airport to the Central New YorkJourney Times:
By Train (MTA Bus + Train): 60-90 minutes
By Bus: 30 minutes
By Taxi: 20-40 minutes
John Fitzgerald Kennedyto Central New YorkJourney Times:
By Train: 40 minutes
By Bus: 60-90 minutes
By Taxi: 20-25 minutes
Newark Liberty InternationalAirport to Central New YorkJourney Times:
By Train: 30 minutes
By Bus: 45-60 minutes
By Taxi: 90 minutes
Deciding which airport is best to fly greatly depends on the destination you are departing from, airport and airline also determines which airport you will arrive into in New York.
La Guardia Airport is the best airport to fly into in New York city, Manhattan. The airport is the third busiest in the city and it serves airlines like Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Delta Shuttle, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, Virgin America, WestJet and more with domestic and international flights. New York is known for its high traffic conditions so the best means to travel from this airport to the city is by rail or taxi. MTA buses connect passengers to the MTA train line to Midtown Manhattan and the journey takes around 60-90 minutes. This is the closest airport to the city centre, so you can be the city's top attractions in no time.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy Airportis 27 km to the central New York city and also the primary airport serving the city. JFK as it is also called serves top airlines that handles domestic flights within the US and intercontinental flights to other major cities of the world. Airlines include Aeroflot, Air China, Air France, Air India, Alitalia, American Airlines, Australian Airlines, British Airways, China Airlines, Delta, Emirates, Etihad, Iberia, JetBlue, Lufthansa, Norwegian Air, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines, Virgin America, WestJet and many more. Getting to the city centre from this airport is easy, as the airport is served a lot of public transport links. JFK Airtrain connection to Long Island Rail, is the fastest way by train to Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan. The journey takes around 40 minutes while NYC airport buses take 90-120 minutes for the trip. Taxi is a better choice for comfort and shorter transfer time and it takes around 20-25 minutes. If using this airport make sure to prepare for large crowd, long queues and some flight delays.
Newark Liberty International is also the same distance away from the city as JFK. It is located 27 kilometres away in New Jersey and also serves New York city, using the Amtrak Northeast Regional rail lines will get you to central New York in 30 minutes. The Newark Airport Express buses make the trip to the city centre in 45-60 minutes based on traffic conditions. This airport is handles both domestic and international flights and it serves top airlines like Air Canada, Air China, Air India, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta, JetBlue, Lufthansa, SAS, Spirit, SWISS, United, Virgin America, United Express and many others. This airport is also good for business travellers flying into New York city.
La Guardia international airport is better than JFK and Newark airports due to its close proximity to the city centre and its top attractions. Being closer to central New York city means less transfer time, the airport serves a few airlines compared to JFK meaning less crowd, less queues at immigration/security and fewer flight delays. It will take you around 60-90 minutes by train, 30 minutes by bus and 20-40 minutes by taxi to the city centre because of high traffic conditions in the city. If travelling for business, you can choose any of the airports because they are not really too fr away from the city.
La Guardia airport is the closest to Times Square in Midtown Manhattan. It is 40 minutes away using the MTA Q70-SBS bus line connection to MTA F & M subway lines. Fare starts from $6-$10, taxi on the other hand is faster taking just 15 minutes for $45-$60 while Uber charge $19-$27. There are a lot of wonderful places to be in New York City some of which include Statue of Liberty National Monument, Central Park, Empire State Building, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rockefeller Center, Brooklyn Bridge, Theatre District, The High Line, Grand Central Terminal, One World Trade Center, The Museum of Modern Art, 9/11 Memorial, Broadway, Bryant Park, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, SoHo, Manhattan, Coney Island, Chinatown, Chrysler Building, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Flatiron Building, American Museum of Natural History, Washington Square Park, Madison Square Garden, Bronx Zoo, Little Italy, DUMBO, Radio City Music Hall, Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, Union Square, Manhattan, Financial District, and many others.
From La Guardia Airport by:
Bus (NYC Airporter): $3 - https://www.nycairporter.com/ Bus runs every 15 minutes 24/7.
Taxi: $30 -https://www.yellowcabnyctaxi.com/Available 24/7.
Uber:$29-$35 - https://www.uber.com/en-IN/fare-estimate/Available on demand.
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From John Fitzgerald Kennedy Airport by:
Train (JFK Airtrain): $9-$11 http://www.panynj.gov/airports/jfk-airtrain.html train runs every 10 minutes 24/7.
Bus (NYC Airporter): $18 - https://www.nycairporter.com/ Bus runs every 30 minutes from 6 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Taxi: $52+tips -https://www.yellowcabnyctaxi.com/Available 24/7.
Uber:$35-$45 - https://www.uber.com/en-IN/fare-estimate/ Available on demand.
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From Newark Liberty International Airport by:
Train (Amtrak): $36 https://tickets.amtrak.com/itd/amtrak Train runs every 2 hours
Bus (Newark Airport Express): $17https://newarkairportexpress.com/Newark/HomeBus runs every 20 minutes from 4 a.m. - 1 a.m.
Taxi: $60-$80 + tips -https://www.panynj.gov/airports/ewr-taxi-car-van-service.html Available 24/7 at the airport.
Uber:$42-$53 - https://www.uber.com/en-IN/fare-estimate/Available on demand.
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Hotel prices can vary greatly depending on how far in advance you book, the demand for rooms, and which hotel you book but the prices below will give you a rough idea and you can do further research and hotel booking at http://www.tripindicator.com/hotel.html
La Guardia Airport Hotels:From $135per night.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy Airport Hotels: From $144per night
Newark Liberty International Airport Hotels: From $104per night
All of the airports mentioned offer competitive prices and a range of cars to suit your needs. Prices are based on the type of car, driver age, length of hire, and demand but you can get a rough idea for each airport below.
La Guardia Airport Car Rental:
Economy cars (Toyota Yaris, Chevrolet Aveo, Mazda 2): $405-$736per week.
Intermediate cars (Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra, Vw Jetta):$427-$737per week.
Compare prices here -http://www.tripindicator.com/car-hire/new-york-la-guardia-airport.html
John Fitzgerald Kennedy Airport Car Rental:
Economy cars (Toyota Yaris, Chevrolet Aveo, Kia Rio): $441-$693per week.
Intermediate cars (Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra, Vw Jetta): $462-$737per week.
Compare Prices here -http://www.tripindicator.com/car-hire/new-york-jfk-airport.html
Newark Liberty International Airport Car Rental:
Economy cars (Toyota Yaris, Chevrolet Aveo, Kia Rio): $405-$693per week.
Intermediate cars (Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra, Vw Jetta): $427-$737per week.
Compare Prices here - http://www.tripindicator.com/car-hire/new-york-newark-airport.html
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