Information on John F Kennedy International Airport
John F. Kennedy International airport is one of the busiest airports in the world and serves the New York City metro area. A major hub for popular airlines, the airport’s seven terminals see daily flights from over 90 different airlines, making travel to top destinations around the world quick and easy. This airport has the base of operations for JetBlue Airlines and it is a major international gateway hub for American Airlines and Delta Airlines. One of the interesting things about this airport is that it is one of only two airports in North America the other being is Toronto Pearson International Airport with scheduled flights to all six inhabited continents.
AirTran JFK is an easy, cost-efficient way to travel between the airport and New York City. AirTran offers connection to MTA New York City Transit subways, buses and to Long Island Railroad trains. New York City taxi’s offer Flat Fare rates from the airport to Manhattan for $45 plus tolls and tip. As an alternative, free connection is available to the MTA New York City Transit subway “A” train.
Wi-Fi is available in most public areas and within most terminals at JFK. Get online near ticket counters, boarding gates, work stations and food courts. Pay-as-you-go plans are available from $4.95 per hour, a day pass (24 hours) for $7.95. Wireless access is provided by Boingo Wireless Company.
Parking at JFK is safe, secure and that includes no hidden fees. Get easy access to all airline terminals and pay with cash, credit or debit cards. E-ZPass Plus and Express Pay payment options are available, as are short-term, long-term, restricted mobility and reserved parking.