Getting to the NYC Airports from Brooklyn, and from Brooklyn to JFK, LaGuardia & Newark Airports
Traveling? Well, getting to and from the New York area airports can be expensive and time consuming. So, plan ahead.
Here are ideas about how to navigate your way to New York City's three airports: JFK International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia (LGA) and Newark Airports, both to and from Brooklyn, New York.
If you're still deciding which airline to choose: In general the most expensive Brooklyn-to-airport trip is to Newark, followed by JFK, with LaGuardia the cheapest to get to. JFK is the easiest to access via public transportation. But none of the area airports are served by a direct rail connection to Brooklyn, as one finds in some European cities.
01 of 06Going to Paris or London? Here's how to navigate getting from Brooklyn to JFK International Airport and from JFK International Airport to Brooklyn, NY. And one more tip: if you happen to be departing from the new Delta Terminal, add twenty minutes to your journey planning. It's huge.
02 of 06Basically, to get to JFK from Brooklyn, or vice-versa, by public transit requires taking two or three trains. But it saves about $30 if you are traveling solo, and the Air Train will makes stops at all JFK terminals.
03 of 06Here's everything you need to know about getting to and from LaGuardia Airport from Brooklyn. Oh except one thing: we forgot to remind you to bring a bag of bagels!
04 of 06What's the cheapest, greenest way to get from Brooklyn to LaGuardia Airport in Queens? Don't be surprised: the answer is to go is via public transportation. It may not be the fastest way to go, though.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
05 of 06The Marine Air Terminal is separate — and quite a distance from — the rest of LaGuardia Airport. So if you're planning on going by mass transit, read this first.
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Traveling to Brooklyn, or hopping a flight for vacation or business from Brooklyn via Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey? Here are your transportation options. Just remember when getting on and off the train, Newark Airport is not the same as the City of Newark....