Distance from city centre

12 miles to Manhattan


US$45 approximately to Manhattan

Public Transport

The AirTrain system connects all areas of the airport with the MTA subway and bus networks. To get to midtown Manhattan, take the AirTrain to the subway station and catch the E train. The total fare for this journey should be around $7.

Car Hire

You can find the car rental counters on the Arrivals level of each terminal. Companies on offer include Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz and National. Cars can be picked up from Federal Circle Station, accessible via the AirTrain. Talk to your consultant about booking car hire in advance.


Check-in counters are located near the main entrance of each terminal building.

Money Exchange

Travelex currency exchange desks are located in Terminals 2 to 8, while Terminal 1 has a Lenlyn Ltd Ice Currency office. 

Business Services

Business travellers can make use of JFK Airport's WiFi access, fax and copy services, VIP lounges, postal services and public phones. There are also several hotels in the airport precinct that offer full conference facilities.

Internet Access

Wi-Fi access is available throughout the airport on a pay-as-you-go basis. Access is charged at a rate of US$4.95 per hour, or US$7.95 per day. Simply connect to the Boingo network on your device to purchase your subscription.


All found luggage items with an airline tag are returned to the appropriate airline. Please contact your airline directly if you have lost any luggage items. For any other lost items, contact the Port Authority Police Lost and Found Custodian on (718) 244-4335.

Family Facilities

Baby changing facilities are available throughout the airport, both before and after security screening.

Family Facilities

British Airways Terraces Lounge - Located after security screening in Terminal 7, the Terraces Lounge is exclusively for First Class, Club World and Club Europe customers, as well as Gold and Silver Executive Club members and eligible partner airline members and passengers. Within the lounge is the World Wine bar, offering a wide variety of complimentary wines and other beverages. There is also the Terraces Lounge Restaurant for those in need of a meal while waiting for their flight. Other amenities include computers, free Wi-Fi, power points, complimentary massages and the Elemis spa.

Delta Sky Club - The Delta Sky Club offers eligible travellers a range of benefits including a fully stocked bar, complimentary snacks, free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, business cubicles, reading material and personalised flight assistance. There are 4 Sky Club lounges within JFK Airport - 3 in Terminal 3 and 1 on the Mezzanine Level of Terminal 2. The lounges are open to Delta Sky Club members, SkyTeam Business Class and First Class passengers, eligible SkyTeam frequent flyer members, and buyers of one-day or 30-day passes.

American Airlines Admirals Club - There are Admirals Club lounges located in both Concourse B and Concourse C of Terminal 8. They are open to international Business and First Class passengers of Oneworld airlines as well as eligible frequent flyer members of these airlines. The lounges offer complimentary beverages and snacks, conference rooms, computers with internet access, complimentary Wi-Fi, showers, music rooms, children's rooms and meals for purchase.

The best way to travel between terminals is via the free AirTrain service. The AirTrain stops at all terminals, parking lots, hotel shuttle areas and rental car facilities. Look for the AirTrain directional signs throughout each terminal building.