Vol. 3, No. 3 August 2009
Shopping and Dining at the Airports

The Port Authority and its airline and concessions partners continue to bring innovative, exciting retailers to the New York-New Jersey airports. Numerous new choices for shopping and dining at Newark Liberty International and John F. Kennedy International make airport layovers convenient or are simply delicious.

At JFK’s Terminal 4, the Seafood Bar is open in the West Retail Hall. The menu includes a variety of seafood from shrimp cocktail to sushi, caviar, and Balik smoked salmon. Salads are available, as are wine, beer and champagne. A glamorous black and white décor with high-bar seats provides a dramatic setting.

Passengers can now visit the shops at Newark Liberty’s Terminal C on the Web. The new site, shopnewarkterminalc.com, features an interactive map, a sales and promotions page, and a store and restaurant directory. Pages dedicated to each store and restaurant have photographs, contact and location information as well as PDF menus.

Additional retailers opened this summer:

  • Forgot to pack the camera? At LaGuardia, stop by the ZoomShop, an automated, self-service machine that purveys electronics, personal care products and language-learning CDs. The shop is located on Concourse C in LaGuardia’s Central Terminal Building;

  • Bobby Van’s Grill in JFK’s Terminal 8 offers a menu of enticing hors d’oeuvres such as chocolate dipped strawberries, bruschetta with sliced steak, and an assortment of cheeses in a beautiful sit-down bar and grill restaurant;

  • Balducci’s Food Lover’s Market serves gourmet breakfasts, lunches, light dinners and amazing desserts in the food court on the departure level of Terminal 3 at JFK.

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The Seafood Bar at
JFK’s Terminal 4



Shopping and dining at
 EWR’s Terminal C.  


 
AirTrain JFK FAQs and Answers Available for Travel Specialists

The benefits of using AirTrain JFK are considerable: it’s a fast, affordable, eco-friendly way to connect -- directly from Kennedy International -- with New York City Transit’s subways and buses and the Long Island Rail Road. To help members of the travel industry become familiar with the service, a new brochure “AirTrain JFK Guide for Hotel and Travel Professionals” offers information on how to use the service, cost, discounts and travel times. There’s a map of the AirTrain system and of AirTrain JFK’s connections to rail transit in New York City and Long Island. To order a free copy, click here. Or click http://www.panynj.info/airtrain/ to view a PDF online.


AirTrain JFK FAQs

 
LaGuardia Welcomes New Air Service

The airport greeted Southwest Airlines with a customary water cannon salutation. Since the airline’s arrival, customers have been taking advantage of the eight flights offered every day -- five nonstops to Chicago Midway and three nonstops to Baltimore/Washington. Southwest will also offer direct or connecting service to more than 45 destinations including: Las Vegas, Denver, Los Angeles, Seattle, and San Diego. Look for Southwest at Gate B4 in LaGuardia's Central Terminal Building.

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Welcoming Southwest at LGA

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