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JFK Airport or John F. Kennedy International Airport is located in the heart of Queens borough of New York. It is only about 15 miles away from Midtown Manhattan. JFK is the international gateway to the US for commercial flights. It is also known as the John F. Kennedy International Airport was originally opened as the New York International Airport in 1948. The name was changed to John F. Kennedy International Airport in 1963 after the late president of the United States. It is one of the busiest airports in the country.

It is New York's largest airport. Over 30 million people fly in and out of this airport each year. It has 9 terminals and serves over 80 airlines. If you fly into New York for a visit, chances are that you will go to John F Kennedy Airport "where America meets the world."

JFK Location:

JFK is located in the Queens borough of New York City about 15 miles southeast from Midtown Manhattan.

JFK Airport Terminals:

There is one Central terminal surrounded by all of the other terminals. Each of the separate terminals has its own parking lot and each is color coded to differentiate it from the other terminals.

Terminal 1: Green Color
Terminal 2: Green color
Terminal 3: Green Color
Terminal 4: Blue Color
Terminal 5: Yellow Color
Terminal 6: Yellow Color
Terminal 7: Orange Color
Terminal 8: Red Color
Terminal 9: Red Color

JFK Airport Transportation:

If you are traveling to the airport, you should allow plenty of travel time to get to the airport. You can travel by City taxi, JFK Car Service or JFK Limousine Service.

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Source by Cristy Santos