Last booked 9 mins 10 secs ago
- 3.1 miles to JFK
- 5 - 10 min average shuttle wait
Safe, secure, fenced, manned parking 24 / 7 / 365.
Park Plus Airport Parking delivers an unbeatable boutique parking experience to JFK International Airport. Only minutes to the airport! Really! Actually faster than searching for a spot on airport! Perfect for JFK long term parking. Always free luggage assistance! Park Plus accepts all major credit cards.
Brand new Mercedes Benz shuttle vans operate on demand, and are radio dispatched, so there is always a van waiting for you! These vans offer the comfort of padded seating and the safety of individual seat belts for all passengers. Professional, uniformed attendants and chauffeurs! Park Plus loves their customers!
Open 24 hours.
Should you be late due to a delayed or canceled flight, we will not charge you for that additional time.
Frequent Shuttle Service and Luggage Assistance 24 hours - 7 days a week.
Open 24 hours.
Complimentary luggage assistance. There is a $3 per day surcharge (tax included) for full-size vans, pick-up trucks and large SUV's.(Tahoe, Hummer, Expedition, Yukon, Navigator, Durango, Excursion, etc.)
Transportation to and from the terminals is included in the rate.
Open 24 hours.
Our parking lot is watched by our staff and is also under camera surveillance.
Transportation to your airport terminal provided 24 hours per day, on demand.
Open 24 hours, 7 days per week.
24 hour shuttle transportation provided to and from the airport terminal.
The Parking Spot (formerly AviStar) is open 24 hours.
Canopied entrance and exit protects you from bad weather. FREE coffee and espresso. Vehicle transfers available to AviStar location at LGA and Newark. See lot for details. Free baggage handling assistance.
FREE transportation to and from the airport 24/7 on clean, comfortable shuttle buses to all terminals and gates.
VIP Indoor Parking JFK operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The shuttle runs 24/7 approximately every 15-20 minutes.
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JFK is the bigger of two busy airports in the NYC area (other than Newark, which is New Jersey). As the larger international airport, travelers often prefer JFK to LaGuardia. JFK also houses the widely favored Jet Blue airline and large number of shops and eateries.
The terminal housing Jet Blue (Terminal 5) is the ideal spot when you're passing through JFK. It's the most updated area in the airport, and the food choices are a lot better than the other terminals. There are plenty of healthy food options alongside the calorie-laden fast foods. There are also plenty of charging stations and outlets to keep your mobile devices on the map.
The biggest complaint most people have about JFK is that it can get uncomfortably crowded. You shouldn't be surprised at this since it is located in one of the most populated cities in the U.S. Consider it a necessary evil of traveling to New York City.
Another frustrating aspect of JFK's layout is the lack of family restrooms. You'll have to drag your little ones into the regular restrooms for potty time.
Airport lounges are popular places to hang out at JFK. If you're looking to find your own exclusive corner of JFK, go to the Airspace Lounge in Terminal 5, but don’t get too comfy and miss your departing terminal. This lounge provides some extra luxury relaxation space that is reminiscent of the best spots in Manhattan. It offers a host of amenities such as complimentary Peet's coffee, espresso drinks, private bathrooms and even showers. The cost to get in can be as low as $25 for some qualifying travelers, and you get a ten dollar credit to spend upon entry. If you decide this isn't the spot for you, there are numerous other lounges located throughout the terminals.
Shopaholics are likely to be the most entertained during an extended stay at JFK. The myriad of shops here makes it easy for you to pass time much like you would in any shopping mall. Terminal 1 has many top line designer boutiques such as Hermes, Cartier and Bvlgari. Terminal 4 has MAC, Jo Malone and Victoria's Secret. Muji To Go in Terminal 5 stocks a ton of unique Japanese style gadgets and trinkets, which are fun to browse through.
If you're looking for some great airport food, JFK won't disappoint. The real problem will be deciding which restaurant you will choose.
Sushi lovers will rejoice at the sight of Deep Blue Sushi. This Terminal 5 hot spot has been critically acclaimed by big names such as Food and Wine Magazine. The sushi selection is amazing, but you can get a lot more than just raw fish. A large number of people, who have tried Deep Blue Sushi, rave about the pork ramen plate. Tables come equipped with sriracha to perk up the dish of your choosing. Bar seating is available if you prefer to sip a Sapporo while you're devouring a dragon roll.
If you have barbecue on your mind, head over to Blue Smoke on the Road in Terminal 4. You'll have to take a stride all the way down the Delta terminal to get here. However, once you arrive, you'll get a taste of barbecue that even the truest southerner would appreciate. House favorites include the pulled pork and fried chicken sandwich. There is also a take out window if you don't feel like sitting inside.
Conveniently located across from Blue Smoke on the Road is one of NYC's favorite burger joints, the Shake Shack. As the name implies, they serve thick, flavorful shakes aptly named the "concrete." They also have a range of gourmet style burgers like the Shroom Burger. Hot dogs and chicken dogs are also on the menu if you don't feel like stuffing down a burger. As far as fries go, they are usually soggy and greasy, but the rest of the menu offers solid choices. Some travelers forgo the red meat altogether and come here for the concrete shakes before heading to the pick up window at Blue Smoke for a pork sandwich.
If you want to steer clear of the crowds, you are better off spending time at the Delta terminal. Delta seems to have a lot less passengers waiting around for flights, and you can easily find some elbowroom there.
Another tip is to remember to keep moving when you're going through the airport. New Yorkers are in a hurry 24 hours a day, and don't take kindly to those who move slow or block walkways. Make sure you keep up with the flow when walking, and move to the side when you need to stop for something.
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