John F. Kennedy International Airport
John F. Kennedy International Airport stretches 20 kilometers to the southeastern point of downtown Manhattan in New York City, United States of America. The code of airport is JFK.
The construction of airport started in 1943. Initially named after General Anderson, it was renamed in 1963 in memory of President John Kennedy associated in November.
There are enormous number or international air carriers operated to and from the airport. Flag airlines of China, India, Canada, Japan, Russia, Egypt, Belgium, UK and so on offer their service for passengers from all over the globe.
Kennedy airport boasts six terminals with 190 gates, four runways from 2.5 to 4.4km long and area for airport taxi John F. Kennedy International Airport. Parking areas for private vehicles and taxi to John F. Kennedy International Airport can be found inside each terminal building. Passengers are offered to book cheap taxi, have a seat at numerous restaurants and bars including McDonalds, Starbucks, KFC, Burger King and others. The closest hotels (Comfort Inn, Airport Hotel) are easy to reach by airport taxi John F. Kennedy International Airport.
JFK offers great variety of transportation to New York City. Airport railway service links JFK to City Subway (40 minutes) while frequent buses and taxi service run to Grand Central Station and Central Bus Station (1.5 hours). Regular taxi from John F. Kennedy International Airport fares to New York varies from 50$ to 100$m. The taxi John F. Kennedy International Airport trip lasts 40-60 minutes depending on traffic.