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New York Airport

NYC is the metropolitan area code for all airports in the New York city area. This includes the 3 main commercial passenger airports in the New York region. Many airlines operate a wide selection of flights to national as well as international airports from these 3 airports (JFK, EWR, LGA). [More]

Local time: Fri. 28 Jan '22 11:22

Departures

Arrivals

Departing Destination Flight # Airline
11:24 Tampa TPA UA661
AC3230
United Airlines
Air Canada
11:25 New York LGA DL5847
WS7043
Delta
Westjet
11:25 Raleigh-Durham RDU DL5847
WS7043
Delta
Westjet
11:26 Buffalo BUF DL4847
Delta
11:29 Atlanta ATL DL2841
AM3570
KL6209
LA6455
VS4463
Delta
Aeroméxico
KLM
LATAM Chile
Virgin Atlantic
11:29 Aruba AUA B6757
QR3906
JetBlue Airways
Qatar Airways
11:29 Orlando MCO B683
AA9503
EK6745
HA2066
QR4173
JetBlue Airways
American Airlines
Emirates
Hawaiian Airlines
Qatar Airways
11:29 Providenciales PLS DL1891
Delta
11:29 Atlanta ATL DL322
WS6976
Delta
Westjet
11:29 Washington DC IAD UA4531
AV2137
United Airlines
Avianca

Details

Airport Name New York (JFK, EWR, LGA)
City New York
Country United States
Website https://www.panynj.gov/
Timezone America/New_York
IATA-Code NYC


More information about New York Airport


John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
is the main airport for international flights. The airport is located in Jamaica, Queens and is now one of the most important commercial passenger airports in the United States.

LaGuardia Airport (LGA), located in New York city in Queens, is primarily served by domestic flights with the exception of Continental Airlines along with a few other airlines. There are a number of public transport options from the airport to Manhatten, Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx and Staten Island.

Newark International Airport (EWR) is situated in Newark in New Jersey about 16 miles outside the city and was the first airport in the New York City area. The airport may be easily reached using the Amtrak-Net in New Jersey as well as buses from the Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT) and the George Washington Bridge Bus Station (GWBBS) bus stations.