There are more than a hundred air carriers traveling to NYC from all over the country and the world. Air travelers to New York City may arrive at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) or LaGuardia Airport (LGA), both in Queens, or Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in neighboring New Jersey.
- La Guardia primarily serves domestic destinations, and also offers flights to select Canadian and Caribbean destinations.
- Kennedy and Newark both serve domestic and international destinations.
- Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in neighboring New Jersey
Visitors can reach Manhattan from all three airports by using taxis, buses, subways and/or commuter trains.
- Grand Central is served by Metro-North Railroad, which goes to NYC suburbs in New York and Connecticut.
- Penn Station is served by the following: Long Island Rail Road, a commuter railroad serving Long Island; Amtrak, the US national passenger railroad, serving many points throughout the country; and NJ Transit, a commuter line serving points in New Jersey.
Use Google Maps or other maps for driving directions to New York City. Also, make sure you know where to park: you may want to use a site like bestparking.com to compare parking rates and locations from a number of companies. Be aware, though, that the site's listings are not complete.
For more information: New York city transportation