New York has three main airports through which millions of people pass each year. If you have questions about travel into and out of New York City, call (800) A-I-R-R-I-D-E during normal business hours.
JFK, in Queens (at the south end of the Van Wyck Expressway), primarily handles international flights.Getting to JFK
LaGuardia, also in Queens (on the Grand Central Parkway), mainly handles domestic flights. If you're flying in from anywhere in the U.S., chances are you'll come through here. Particular exceptions include Continental Airlines.Getting to LaGuardia
Newark, in Newark, New Jersey, handles both domestic and international flights. It's a bit further from the city than the other two airports, but it is generally less crowded and has more modern facilities.Getting to Newark
Before visiting New York's airports you may want to heed the warnings of one traveler to New York's Kennedy airport.