JFK Airport Guide
There are 8 Terminals in JFK Airport. This is where you travel to New York City (NYC). Read below to find out more about JFK Airport.
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), known colloquially as JFK Airport, is the primary gateway for all travellers entering New York City (NYC).
How many airlines are serving in JFK Airport? What to eat at JFK Airport? Here's the guide for you.
Today, we bring you the TripIt airport guide at John F. Kennedy International (JFK) Airport.
JFK Airport is the major airport serving New York City (NYC). John F. Kennedy International (JFK) Airport is located in Queens. JFK Airport is also a hub for domestic airlines such as American Airlines and Delta Air Lines, and the primary operating base for JetBlue.
For your information, JFK Airport serves more than 70 airlines. JFK Airport is served by public transportation - AirTrain, which runs 24 hours a day and links JFK Airport to the A, E, J and Z trains. Also, there's a complimentary Wi-Fi throughout JFK Airport for 30 minutes only. For frequent travellers, you probably will visit airport lounge.
There are many popular restaurants can be found, such as in terminal 4 and terminal 5. This ranges from beloved NYC staples like Blue Smoke on the Road and Shake Shack. If you prefer something like a sit-down experience, you can head over to Marcus Samuelsson’s Uptown Brasserie, all of which are located in Terminal 4. For a different type of airport food experience, there's a Caviar House & Prunier in Terminal 4 of JFK Airport.
At JFK Airport Terminal 5, you can find Deep Blue Sushi, which is a classier airport sushi experience. Also in Terminal 5 is Piquillo a rare airports tapas restaurant, AeroNuova for pizza and 5ive Steak for a modern steakhouse. Also, you still have options in some of JFK’s other terminals, such as in Terminal 2 with Croque Madame, a French spot by NYC Chef Andrew Carmellini, and Due Amici for Italian. If you in Terminal 7, do head over to Wolfgang Puck Gourmet Express and Todd English’s Bonfire Restaurant.
JFK Airport is a busy airport and getting to your final destination in peace and comfort is something you have to plan for. If you are taking Singapore Airlines, you probably land on Terminal 1, 3 or 5.