Guide to New York Airports : LaGuardia, Kennedy, Newark
City - NYC is mainly served by 3 major airports : Kennedy JFK,
Newark and LaGuardia. Airport-New-York.com is an independent
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Kennedy Airport : JFK
JFK is known as the premier international hub for both New York City
and the United States, it also handles domestic flights, mostly to the
West Coast. In 2005 Kennedy JFK handled 41 million passengers.
Newark : EWR
Newark International Airport
is located in Newark, New Jersey. It handles both domestic and international
flights. Terminal A : Air Canada, America West, American,
United and US Airways flights - Terminal B : Delta, Northwest, and all international
arrivals. Terminal C is mostly for Continental flights.
LaGuardia : LGA
the Borough of Queens, New York City, bordering on Flushing Bay and
Bowery Bay. It is eight miles from Midtown Manhattan. La Guardia (LGA), mainly handles domestic flights.
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