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John F. Kennedy International Airport
(IATA: JFK, ICAO: KJFK, FAA LID: JFK) is an international airport located in Queens, in southeastern New York City and about 12 miles (19 km) from Lower Manhattan. Originally known as the Idlewild Airport (IATA: IDL, ICAO: KIDL, FAA LID: IDL), it was renamed in 1963 in memory of the late President John F. Kennedy. It is colloquially referred to simply as “Kennedy” or “JFK”.
JFK airport is the newest and busiest of the New York metropolitan area’s three primary commercial airports. It is the top international air passenger gateway to the United States and is also the leading freight gateway to the country by value of shipments. The airport is operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which manages four other airports in the New York metropolitan area, Newark Liberty, LaGuardia, Stewart International Airport (SWF) and Teterboro. It is the base of operations for JetBlue Airways and is also a major international gateway hub for Delta Air Lines and American Airlines.
The five largest airlines at JFK in market share are JetBlue Airways (27.3%), Delta Airlines/Connection (18.6%), American Airlines (18.5%), British Airways (2.8%), and United Airlines (1.9%).
JFK’s outbound international travel accounted for 17% of all U.S. travelers who went overseas in 2004, the largest share of any U.S. airport. In 2000, JFK handled an average of about 50,000 international passengers each day. The JFK-London Heathrow route is the leading U.S. international airport pair with over 2.9 million passengers in 2000. Other top international destinations from JFK are Paris, Frankfurt, and Tokyo. Nearly 100 airlines from over 50 countries operate regularly scheduled flights from JFK. Although JFK is known for its historical role as an international gateway airport for the United States, it also handles a large number of domestic flights. In 2007 the airport handled 48.9 million passengers; Newark Liberty International Airport handled about 37.3 million and LaGuardia Airport about 25.3 million, making for a total of approximately 111 million travelers using New York’s airports, making New York the busiest airport system in the United states in terms of passenger numbers.
(IATA: LGA, ICAO: KLGA, FAA LID: LGA) (pronounced La-Gwardia) is an airport serving New York City, New York, United States, located on the waterfront of Flushing Bay, and borders the neighborhoods of Astoria, Jackson Heights and East Elmhurst in the borough of Queens. The airport was originally named Glenn H. Curtiss Airport after aviation pioneer Glenn Hammond Curtiss then renamed North Beach Airport, then later named for Fiorello LaGuardia, a former mayor of New York. In 1960, it was voted the “greatest airport in the world” by the worldwide aviation community. “LaGuardia Airport” is the official name of the airport according to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which operates the facility.
LaGuardia is the smallest of the New York metropolitan area’s three primary commercial airports, the other two of which are John F. Kennedy International Airport in southern Queens and Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey. It is larger however than nearby alternative airports Long Island MacArthur Airport in Suffolk County, Westchester County Airport in Westchester County, and to a lesser extent, Stewart International Airport in Newburgh, New York. LaGuardia is popular due to its central location and proximity to Manhattan. In spite of the airport’s small size, wide-body aircraft once visited regularly; the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 and Lockheed L-1011 were even specifically designed for use at LaGuardia. From 2000-2005 Delta operated the 767-400ER with 285 seats. Today, there are no scheduled widebody flights, though occasionally Delta rotates a Boeing 767-300 in for one of its many Atlanta flights. The airport serves as a focus city for Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, US Airways, and their regional affiliates.
Most flights from LaGuardia go to destinations within the US and Canada, as well as service to Aruba, the Bahamas and Bermuda. The airport has INS/FIS facilities capable of processing customs and immigration on arriving international flights; the facilities are insufficient to handle efficiently the number of passengers that a non-precleared scheduled airline service would require. LaGuardia is the busiest airport in the US without any non-stop service to and from Europe.
A perimeter rule prohibits incoming and outgoing flights that exceed 1,500 miles (2,400 km)—except on Saturdays, when the ban is lifted, and to Denver, which was grandfathered in — so most transcontinental and international flights use the area’s other two major airports, JFK and Newark.
In 2007, the airport handled 25.3 million passengers; JFK handled approximately 48.9 million and Newark handled slightly more than 37.3 million, making for a total of approximately 111 million travelers using New York airports, which is the largest airport system in the United States in terms of passenger numbers
Long Island MacArthur Airport ( Islip )
(IATA: ISP, ICAO: KISP, FAA LID: ISP) is a public airport located on Long Island, in Ronkonkoma, Suffolk County, New York, United States. It is seven miles (11 km) northeast of the central business district of the Town of Islip, which owns and operates the airport. Also known locally as Islip Airport, it is the only airport in Suffolk or Nassau County with scheduled service on major airlines and serves over two million passengers a year.
Westchester County Airport
(IATA: HPN, ICAO: KHPN, FAA LID: HPN) is a public airport located in the towns of Harrison, North Castle and Rye, New York in Westchester County. It is approximately 9 miles (14.5 km) east of the central business district of White Plains, New York. It serves the areas of Westchester, a suburban county of New York City, as well as Fairfield County, Connecticut. It also serves, to a lesser extent, the New York metropolitan area, as it is located approximately 33 miles (53 km) north of Midtown Manhattan. It is often used by those who wish to avoid the congestion of the other New York City-area airports. As per Federal Aviation Administration records, the airport had 511,559 passenger boardings (enplanements) in calendar year 2006, up from 462,256 enplanements in 2005.