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Airports You would be Landing at, If You’re Booking New York Flights
New York, one of the largest cities is home to some of the best airports in the world. The airports
are among the busiest ones. NY airports namely JFK, EWR, LGA and Westchester get the
highest international traffic. In other words, if you are booking international flights to New
York, you would be landing at best of the airports on this earth. Let’s know more about the
airports in the Big Apple:
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
Every year millions of passengers land at JFK’s operating terminals that are seven in number. If
you are traveling to and from NY, you can easily find connecting flights to world’s major cities
at the airport. The CTA or Central Terminal Area of the airport has one-mile circular roadway
and has four runways. It serves as the hub airport for passenger airlines such as JetBlue Airways,
Delta Air Lines and American Airlines. Cargo airlines like Polar Air Cargo, Kalitta Air and
Evergreen International Airlines also uses JFK as their hub airport. Terminal 8 is the hub of
American Airlines and One world flights.
Westchester Airport (HPN)
The airport is emerging as a preferred option for those looking to avoid the congestion at NY’s
three major airports i.e., Newark Airport, JFK and LGA. The airport is smaller in size as
compared to other popular airports in the city but it offers connections to major hubs. If you are
booking New York flightsfrom Detriot, Atlanta or Philadelphia, you can get non-stop flights to
LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
The airport is located in the borough of Queens. With the combination of JFK and Newark
International Airports, LGA makes the largest airport system in the world. The airport serves as a
hub for Delta Air Lines. If you are flying to Europe from LGA, you won’t get a direct flight. The
four terminals of the airport are well-connected by buses and walkways. Moreover, you can
easily travel from terminal to terminal by using free AirTrain.
Newark International Airport (EWR)
Every year, more than 34 million passengers travel to and from terminals of EWR. The airport is
the hub for United Airlines, FedEx Express and Kalitta Air. The airport features three runways
and a helipad. Like LGA, EWR also features AirTrain Network as a part of ground
transportation. Its most discerning feature is that you can find accommodation within the airport
complex. Marriott Hotel is located within the same premises.