Undoubtedly the most important of the three airports of New York city, the John Fitzgerald Kennedy is located in Queens.
If you've been to this airport you will agree that it is huge and it is easy to get lost, so it’s good to know that information center representatives are in red jackets, they can help you; there also are Welcome Centers located in each terminal.
In case you need a map, you'll see one here: http://goo.gl/euZ8VW
To go around inside the airport, it has the AirTrain, which runs for 24 hours and makes stops in all terminals.
If you want to rent a car, you can do it with the Hertz company or if you want to travel with style, you can rent a limousine.
Inside the airport you will find a variety of restaurants, bars and shops, both before and after passing through security.
If you need a taxi, New York City's yellow cabs are available in several different outputs from the airport, also if you need to go to Manhattan normally they have a flat rate of $ 52.
The airport has Wi-Fi, and provides free access for 30 minutes to all users. For more information go to http://www.airport-jfk.com/
Located in front of Flushing Bay in Queens, is the busiest airport in the United States.
There are 4 terminals in La Guardia, connected by buses and walkways. LaGuardia, use the courtesy bus service to transfer between terminals and parking lots.
People with red jackets will help you in case you get lost or need information. But if you want to see a map, you'll find it here: http://goo.gl/07Hr4b
If you wish, you can rent a car company Hertz or other, in the airport, you will find taxis and limousine services that will take you where you need it. But if you need to transport quickly to another airport in New York, the helicopter service is available, for more information about this service go to: http://goo.gl/98ClMC, in case you want to do a Helicopter tour, you will find information here.
A better and easier access to the airport will be found in the FlySmart application; remember that you have 30 minutes of free wi-fi at all airports.
Located in Newark, New Jersey, it’s second in size after JFK, it serves not only to New Jersey but also to the entire area of New York, is the farthest but offers more modern services, has both local and international flights, and three terminals connected by the AirTrain.
When you leave the airport you can take the train from New Jersey or Amtrak to Penn Station in Midtown.
If you need a map you can see one here: http://goo.gl/6Dm5uC
Buses, Shuttles and taxis connect the airport with New York and New Jersey. If you want, there are limousines services that can pick you up .
Remember that you have 30 minutes free Wi-Fi in airports, and that people with red jacket are there to help you.
Parking at Airports: JFK and La Guardia Parking costs 4 dollars every half hour. If you enter and finish parking in 15 minutes, you don't have to pay anything. Shuttle (shared transfer from the airport to hotel or vice versa), there are several shuttle buses at the airport, prices range between $15 and $18 per person, in some of them if you can make the reservation by internet and you can get an additional discount, or simply after you pick up your suitcase look for the stands with the names of these companies, they are located near the area where you go out with the suitcase. These shuttles are a good option but note that you must wait until the bus has its full quota out of the airport. GoAirlink: www.goairlinkshuttle.com Supershuttle: www.supershuttle.com Airport Express Bus Service: www.nycairporter.com Provide transportation to Manhattan and from the airports JFK and La Guardia, they also offer services between Newar, JFK and La Guardia every 20 or 30 minutes, depart from Grand Central Station, Penn Station or the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan) also offers service to Time Square and hotels located in the Midtown area, covering the streets 23rd and 63rd,to the western part and the ride is for about 1 hour. The minibuses have a capacity for 10 people. Taxis: $52 the race plus tolls to any central point of Manhattan taxis are parked outside the terminals where they are in line waiting for the passengers, the trip up to Manhattan lasts approximately 25 minutes, Taxis from Manhattan to the airports will be charged with an extra toll. The quota of taxis is up to a maximum of 4 people. It would be a good thing to read about the costs of the race on the official website of NAFTA Fare Guide: www.nyc.gov and could also have access to the rights of the passengers. Car Service: settlement with a company to meet you at the airport, this is the only way to avoid waiting for lines and is perfect for groups of more than four people and could get a van or a limo. Limo: rates for travel between airports and Manhattan depend on the number of passengers and type of vehicle: La Guardia for 3 passengers has an approximate cost of US$75, The JFK 3 passengers an approximate cost of US$95 and Newark 3 passengers an approximate cost of US$95. Those rates are added the 20% tip, airport parking and taxes. In each terminal there are desks of the main companies who rent the cars or limos, located in the areas of arrival and offer complimentary shuttle service to the area of receipt and delivery of the vehicle. In New York there is no need for a cart to be transported, the shuttle service is very good, in addition the traffic in Manhattan during the day is a bit heavy, if you expect to leave the city and go to the beaches, the outlets of Chatel could be useful but only for those days. These are the most popular companies to rent cars. For more information go to Airports, you will find more detailed information.