The busiest international airport in America, JFK International Airport is located in the borough of Queens approximately 19km southeast of Lower Manhattan and around 30 minutes from popular attractions such as Times Square, Central Park and the Empire State Building. Servicing an average of 41 million passengers annually, the airport is home to 8 terminals and 125 aircraft gates which service domestic US destinations as well as Latin America, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia/New Zealand and the Pacific.
Located in northern Queens across the East River, LaGuardia Airport is situated on the waterfront of Bowery and Flushing Bays. A primarily domestic airport, LaGuardia services an average of 20 million passengers annually and also provides international connections to and from Latin America, Europe and the Pacific Rim. The airport is approximately 20 minutes from popular attractions such as Central Park, Times Square and the Empire State Building.
Located approximately 25km southwest of midtown Manhattan, the Newark Liberty International Airport sits in the metro area of Newark across the Hudson River. The airport is 25 to 30minutes from popular attractions such as the Empire State Building, Central Park and Times Square and shares a municipal boundary with Elizabeth in New Jersey. The Newark Liberty International Airport services approximately 34 million passengers annually and is a major hub for Continental Airlines, Fed Ex and United Airlines.