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JFK Parking

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is located just 16 miles southeast of Manhattan in the Queens neighborhood. As it continues to expand and serve more passengers every year, JFK Airport parking has become very limited and in high demand. It is recommended to book a parking spot in advance to avoid wasting precious time at the airport before your flight. ParkFellows has been in business since 2013 assisting customers to compare and book the most economical, convenient, and secure parking options available. You can read real reviews and find ratings from previous customers to know you are getting the best parking experience possible. With just a few simple clicks, you can book JFK parking online through ParkFellows. You do not need to make an account and there are zero reservation fees.  Book your parking today and start your vacation the right way.

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Parking types at New York JFK Airport (JFK)

Park and Ride Park and Ride You will drive your car directly to the reserved parking lot, usually located a few miles from the airport. A complimentary shuttle will drop-off and pick-up directly curbside at your terminal. Some parking operators will have an on-demand shuttle and others will have a shuttle that runs at regular intervals. The driver will be happy to help you with your luggage.
Park and Walk Park and Walk These parking garages or parking lots are located very close to the terminal so there is no shuttle needed. You simply park your car and walk to the terminal with your luggage.

Types of Parking at JFK

There is a large selection of parking near JFK Airport. The airport itself provides six parking options - five parking garages and one economy lot. However, even with so many options, the parking spots fill up quickly, especially in high season. Alternatively, you can book with a private parking operator, so that you can still park near JFK Airport, but for a much lower rate. These off-site parking facilities offer free airport shuttle transfers so you can reach the airport in a short time and without stress. Park and Ride services are perfect for JFK Airport long term parking because of the low weekly rates.
 

JFK Airport Park and Ride

Park and Ride is the most budget-friendly option for JFK long term parking. You will park your car at an off-site location, usually a couple of miles from the airport, then take a complimentary shuttle ride to the terminal.  Don’t forget to leave time in your schedule to wait for the shuttle to arrive. You can park at the following places for JFK Park and Ride:

JFK On-Airport Long-Term Lot 9/Economy Lot: Uncovered lot located four miles from the airport. AirTrain brings you to the terminals. It is unclear how often the shuttle runs. This is the cheapest long term parking JFK offers.

 

Park and Walk

There are five parking garages at JFK airport located within walking distance of each terminal. These garages are convenient because you do not need to wait for a shuttle. However, the overnight JFK parking rates are very high because of their proximity to the airport terminals. Check the terminal you are departing from before you park. 

JFK terminal 1 & 2 parking – Green Lot

JFK terminal 4 parking – Blue Lot

JFK terminal 5 parking – Yellow Lot

JFK terminal 7 parking – Orange Lot

JFK terminal 8 parking – Red Lot

 

More Information

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is the primary international airport and is the busiest airport in the New York airport system. New York has a long history of being an international gateway to the United States. This tradition continues as JFK is the main international airport entry into North America. There are non-stop or direct flights to destinations in all six inhabited continents. It is the sixth-busiest airport in the United States. JFK originally opened in 1948 as New York International Airport and was known as “Idlewild Airport.” In 1963, the airport was renamed as a tribute to the 35th U.S. President, John F. Kennedy, following his tragic assassination.

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