Airport transfers from / to
New York JFK

From $3.00 one way , $6.00 return
 75 mins , starts every 15 mins
 New York City : Manhattan

The New York Subway system is one of the largest underground train systems in North America. Travellers coming into JFK Airport can take the Air Train connection to one of the two local train stations Jamaica and Howard Beach.

Once the traveller reaches  the station they can take the train into Manhattan. Travellers will take the A Train to Lower Manhattan (this route also  includes South Queens and Brooklyn) and the E Train to Midtown Manhattan (this route also  includes Western Queens and the Bronx).

Tickets can be purchased online or through the ticket office, mail order, ticket machines, and on board the train (one-way fares only). Metro cards are also available for passengers, this is a cash-less option that can make transfers easier.

From $2.75 one way , $5.50 return
 New York City : Queens

3 Public bus routes take travellers to and from JFK Airport.

The Q lines are buses that take  travellers from JFK Airport to New York neighbourhoods.

Q10 takes travellers to Queens and Lefferts Boulevard and connects them to the subway trains A, E, and F.

Q3 takes travellers to Queens and  169th Street and connects them to the subway train F.

B15 takes travellers to East New York City. The connection is New Lots and trains 3 and 4.

From $16.00 one way , $30.00 return
 90 mins , starts every 30 mins
 New York City : Penn Station

The NYC Airporter is a shuttle service that takes travellers from JFK Airport to Penn Station, it stops also at Port Authority Bus Terminal and Grand Central.  Travellers will experience a comfortable ride with free WI-fi, power outlets, and shuttle service to hotels in the 23rd through 63rd streets area.

The bus runs 7 days a week between the hours of 05:00 and 23:30. Tickets are valid up to 90 days after purchase. The price includes 2 standard size pieces of luggage and 1 carry on bag. Children under the age of 3 ride free when accompanied with an adult.

Stops at: John F. International Airport, Grand Central Station, Port Authority Bus Terminal, Penn Station
From $5.00 one way , $7.50 return
 10 mins
 New York City : Jamaica Train Station

This train connects the airport with Jamaica station and vice versa.

Air Train is a shuttle service that helps travellers get to their gates and other areas of the airport. Travellers can opt for buses or trains. Many of these routes include a combination of vehicles and bus and train changes. Air Train offers suggestions for the most efficient routes for travellers. The service is available 24 hours a day all year round.

There are three Air Train lines that stop at:

- all the terminals (you travel for free)

- Howard Beach Station

- Jamaica Station

The train for Jamaica Station makes some stops:

  • All the Airport Terminals
  • Federal Circle Station, where are available the following services: Rental cars; Hotel bus shuttle and reservations. At this stop you can change to Howard Beach Station.

At Jamaica Station there is connection with LIRR Station; with the Subway E, J and Z (Sutphin Boulevard-Archer Ave Station) and with several bus lines: Q6, Q8, Q9, Q20, Q24, Q25, Q30, Q31, Q34, Q40, Q41, Q43, Q44, Q54, Q56, Q60, Q65.

Getting around the airport is always free. However travelling  into the city requires a Metro Card which can be purchased from the city or through vending machines located around the city of New York. Metro Cards can be purchased based on the time a traveller plans on using it (for example a 30 day card). Or can be purchased with 10 rides pre-loaded. The cards are also re-loadable for future use.

Stops at: JFK terminals, Federal Circle, Jamaica Train Station
From $13 one way , $26 return
 50 mins , starts every 30 mins
 New York City : LaGuardia International Airport

The NYC Airporter offers express shuttle bus service from JFK Airport to LaGuardia Airport and vice versa.  Travellers will experience a comfortable ride with free WI-fi, power outlets, and shuttle service to hotels in the 23rd through 63rd streets area.

The bus runs 7 days a week between the hours of 05:00 and 23:30. Tickets are valid up to 90 days after purchase. The price includes 2 standard size pieces of luggage and 1 carry on bag. Children under the age of 3 ride free when accompanied with an adult.

From $27.00 one way , $54.00 return
 90 mins , starts every 30 mins
 New York City : Newark Airport

NYC Airporter provides transfer from JFK Airport to Newark Airport and vice versa, but it requires a bus transfer at the Port Authority Bus Terminal or Grand Central, from there it operates the Newark Airport Express Bus, that will take you at Newark Airport.

  • To Newark Airport from Manhattan the Bus Express operates between  4:45am  and 1:45am.
  • From Newark Airport to Manhattan the Bus Express operates between  4:00am and  1:00am

Travellers will experience a comfortable ride with free WI-fi, power outlets, and shuttle service to hotels in the 23rd through 63rd streets area.

Tickets are valid up to 90 days after purchase. The price includes 2 standard size pieces of luggage and 1 carry on bag. Children under the age of 3 ride free when accompanied with an adult.

Stops at: JFK Airport, Grand Central Station, Port Authority, Newark Airport
 New York City : Your desired destination

TaxiLeader offers a door-to-door service to/from the airport. The service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Their driver will be waiting for you outside the arrivals terminal.

Please note that this is a private transfer, so your taxi will not be shared with other people except, of course, those included in your booking form.

If your flight arrives/departs late at night or early in the morning, TaxiLeader will not apply any extra charges. They will let you know the fare for your transfer in advance, so you won't have any surprise.

There is no need to pay in advance, you can pay directly to the driver.

From $52 one way , $104 return
 New York City : Manhattan

Taxis are available outside the arrivals terminal, licensed taxis are yellow. Avoid unlicensed taxis.

Flat fare from JFK airport to Manhattan is $ 52.00 plus tip (that is about 15-20%) and tolls.

There is a passenger limit of 4 per vehicle. It is recommended that you tip your driver, and keep your receipt for any disputes.

A $1.00 surcharge is added to each fare after 16:00 through 20:00. For trips that happen between 20:00 and 06:00 a $0.50 surcharge is added to the fare. These surcharges are not applied to the trip "JFK-Manhattan".

For other destinations the meter at the start is $3.00. Do not forget to take your receipt at the end of the ride.

Sample fares for other destinations from JFK airport:

- Bronx                         from $48 to $68

- Brooklyn                   from $42 to $64

- Queens                      from $24 to $33

- Staten Island           from $67 to $79

- LaGuardia APT       from $34 to $39

- Newark APT            from $97 to $102 (plus $17.50 surcharge)

 

From $5 one way , $10 return
 10 mins
 New York City : Howard Beach Station

This train connects the airport with Howard Beach Station and vice versa.

Air Train is a shuttle service that helps travellers get to their gates and other areas of the airport. Travellers can opt for buses or trains. Many of these routes include a combination of vehicles and bus and train changes. Air Train offers suggestions for the most efficient routes for travellers. The service is available 24 hours a day all year round.

There are three Air Train lines that stop at:

1) all the terminals (you travel for free)

2) Howard Beach Station

3) Jamaica Station

The train for Howard Beach Station makes some stops:

  • All the Airport Terminals
  • Federal Circle Station, where are available the following services: Rental cars; Hotel bus shuttle and reservations. At this stop you can change to Jamaica Station.
  • Lefferts Blvd. Station,  where are available the Long-Term Parking A and B; Kiss & Fly and the NYC bus lines: B15 and Q10

At Howard Beach Station there is connection with the Subway Station A and NYC bus line Q11.

Getting around the airport is always free. However travelling  into the city requires a Metro Card which can be purchased from the city or through vending machines located around the city of New York. Metro Cards can be purchased based on the time a traveller plans on using it (for example a 30 day card). Or can be purchased with 10 rides pre-loaded. The cards are also re-loadable for future use.

Stops at: All JFK Airport Terminals, Federal Circle Station, Lefferts Blvd, Jamaica Beach Station
From $3.00 one way , $6.00 return
 75 mins , starts every 15 mins
 New York City : Manhattan

The New York Subway system is one of the largest underground train systems in North America. Travellers coming into JFK Airport can take the Air Train connection to one of the two local train stations Jamaica and Howard Beach.

Once the traveller reaches  the station they can take the train into Manhattan. Travellers will take the A Train to Lower Manhattan (this route also  includes South Queens and Brooklyn) and the E Train to Midtown Manhattan (this route also  includes Western Queens and the Bronx).

Tickets can be purchased online or through the ticket office, mail order, ticket machines, and on board the train (one-way fares only). Metro cards are also available for passengers, this is a cash-less option that can make transfers easier.

From $5.00 one way , $7.50 return
 10 mins
 New York City : Jamaica Train Station

This train connects the airport with Jamaica station and vice versa.

Air Train is a shuttle service that helps travellers get to their gates and other areas of the airport. Travellers can opt for buses or trains. Many of these routes include a combination of vehicles and bus and train changes. Air Train offers suggestions for the most efficient routes for travellers. The service is available 24 hours a day all year round.

There are three Air Train lines that stop at:

- all the terminals (you travel for free)

- Howard Beach Station

- Jamaica Station

The train for Jamaica Station makes some stops:

  • All the Airport Terminals
  • Federal Circle Station, where are available the following services: Rental cars; Hotel bus shuttle and reservations. At this stop you can change to Howard Beach Station.

At Jamaica Station there is connection with LIRR Station; with the Subway E, J and Z (Sutphin Boulevard-Archer Ave Station) and with several bus lines: Q6, Q8, Q9, Q20, Q24, Q25, Q30, Q31, Q34, Q40, Q41, Q43, Q44, Q54, Q56, Q60, Q65.

Getting around the airport is always free. However travelling  into the city requires a Metro Card which can be purchased from the city or through vending machines located around the city of New York. Metro Cards can be purchased based on the time a traveller plans on using it (for example a 30 day card). Or can be purchased with 10 rides pre-loaded. The cards are also re-loadable for future use.

Stops at: JFK terminals, Federal Circle, Jamaica Train Station
From $5 one way , $10 return
 10 mins
 New York City : Howard Beach Station

This train connects the airport with Howard Beach Station and vice versa.

Air Train is a shuttle service that helps travellers get to their gates and other areas of the airport. Travellers can opt for buses or trains. Many of these routes include a combination of vehicles and bus and train changes. Air Train offers suggestions for the most efficient routes for travellers. The service is available 24 hours a day all year round.

There are three Air Train lines that stop at:

1) all the terminals (you travel for free)

2) Howard Beach Station

3) Jamaica Station

The train for Howard Beach Station makes some stops:

  • All the Airport Terminals
  • Federal Circle Station, where are available the following services: Rental cars; Hotel bus shuttle and reservations. At this stop you can change to Jamaica Station.
  • Lefferts Blvd. Station,  where are available the Long-Term Parking A and B; Kiss & Fly and the NYC bus lines: B15 and Q10

At Howard Beach Station there is connection with the Subway Station A and NYC bus line Q11.

Getting around the airport is always free. However travelling  into the city requires a Metro Card which can be purchased from the city or through vending machines located around the city of New York. Metro Cards can be purchased based on the time a traveller plans on using it (for example a 30 day card). Or can be purchased with 10 rides pre-loaded. The cards are also re-loadable for future use.

Stops at: All JFK Airport Terminals, Federal Circle Station, Lefferts Blvd, Jamaica Beach Station
From $16.00 one way , $30.00 return
 90 mins , starts every 30 mins
 New York City : Penn Station

The NYC Airporter is a shuttle service that takes travellers from JFK Airport to Penn Station, it stops also at Port Authority Bus Terminal and Grand Central.  Travellers will experience a comfortable ride with free WI-fi, power outlets, and shuttle service to hotels in the 23rd through 63rd streets area.

The bus runs 7 days a week between the hours of 05:00 and 23:30. Tickets are valid up to 90 days after purchase. The price includes 2 standard size pieces of luggage and 1 carry on bag. Children under the age of 3 ride free when accompanied with an adult.

Stops at: John F. International Airport, Grand Central Station, Port Authority Bus Terminal, Penn Station
From $2.75 one way , $5.50 return
 New York City : Queens

3 Public bus routes take travellers to and from JFK Airport.

The Q lines are buses that take  travellers from JFK Airport to New York neighbourhoods.

Q10 takes travellers to Queens and Lefferts Boulevard and connects them to the subway trains A, E, and F.

Q3 takes travellers to Queens and  169th Street and connects them to the subway train F.

B15 takes travellers to East New York City. The connection is New Lots and trains 3 and 4.

From $13 one way , $26 return
 50 mins , starts every 30 mins
 New York City : LaGuardia International Airport

The NYC Airporter offers express shuttle bus service from JFK Airport to LaGuardia Airport and vice versa.  Travellers will experience a comfortable ride with free WI-fi, power outlets, and shuttle service to hotels in the 23rd through 63rd streets area.

The bus runs 7 days a week between the hours of 05:00 and 23:30. Tickets are valid up to 90 days after purchase. The price includes 2 standard size pieces of luggage and 1 carry on bag. Children under the age of 3 ride free when accompanied with an adult.

From $27.00 one way , $54.00 return
 90 mins , starts every 30 mins
 New York City : Newark Airport

NYC Airporter provides transfer from JFK Airport to Newark Airport and vice versa, but it requires a bus transfer at the Port Authority Bus Terminal or Grand Central, from there it operates the Newark Airport Express Bus, that will take you at Newark Airport.

  • To Newark Airport from Manhattan the Bus Express operates between  4:45am  and 1:45am.
  • From Newark Airport to Manhattan the Bus Express operates between  4:00am and  1:00am

Travellers will experience a comfortable ride with free WI-fi, power outlets, and shuttle service to hotels in the 23rd through 63rd streets area.

Tickets are valid up to 90 days after purchase. The price includes 2 standard size pieces of luggage and 1 carry on bag. Children under the age of 3 ride free when accompanied with an adult.

Stops at: JFK Airport, Grand Central Station, Port Authority, Newark Airport
From $52 one way , $104 return
 New York City : Manhattan

Taxis are available outside the arrivals terminal, licensed taxis are yellow. Avoid unlicensed taxis.

Flat fare from JFK airport to Manhattan is $ 52.00 plus tip (that is about 15-20%) and tolls.

There is a passenger limit of 4 per vehicle. It is recommended that you tip your driver, and keep your receipt for any disputes.

A $1.00 surcharge is added to each fare after 16:00 through 20:00. For trips that happen between 20:00 and 06:00 a $0.50 surcharge is added to the fare. These surcharges are not applied to the trip "JFK-Manhattan".

For other destinations the meter at the start is $3.00. Do not forget to take your receipt at the end of the ride.

Sample fares for other destinations from JFK airport:

- Bronx                         from $48 to $68

- Brooklyn                   from $42 to $64

- Queens                      from $24 to $33

- Staten Island           from $67 to $79

- LaGuardia APT       from $34 to $39

- Newark APT            from $97 to $102 (plus $17.50 surcharge)

 

 New York City : Your desired destination

TaxiLeader offers a door-to-door service to/from the airport. The service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Their driver will be waiting for you outside the arrivals terminal.

Please note that this is a private transfer, so your taxi will not be shared with other people except, of course, those included in your booking form.

If your flight arrives/departs late at night or early in the morning, TaxiLeader will not apply any extra charges. They will let you know the fare for your transfer in advance, so you won't have any surprise.

There is no need to pay in advance, you can pay directly to the driver.

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