The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey


Vol. 5, No. 4 October/November, 2011
Reserved Parking Now at JFK
Flying for the holidays from Kennedy International? With Premium Parking Reservations, you can make a reservation in advance, online for a parking space in the airport's short-term lots.

Reserved parking is currently available in designated areas in JFK's Green Garage by Terminals 1, 2, 3; Blue Garage, which serves Terminal 4; Yellow Garage adjacent to Terminal 5; and the Red Garage by Terminal 8. The reservation costs $5 per visit, per space and must be made online. Parking charges will apply when you're ready to leave the lot. All Short-Term lots will have reserved parking spaces by mid-November.

Premium Parking Reservations are already available at Newark Liberty where designated spaces are located in P4 Daily Parking and the Terminal C Short Term Parking Garage, and at LaGuardia where spaces are located in the P2 Daily Parking Garage and Lot 4.








Reserve a parking space at JFK



A World of Dining at Terminal B
Craving sushi, a burrito, a cup of hot Java? You'll find all these and more at the renovated dining and shopping area in Newark Liberty's Terminal B.

The food court was completed in August and features national favorites as well as regional brands. Enjoy the skyline view in sit down restaurants such as Sora Sushi and Champps Americana, offering upscale dining options before and at the gates. Currito Burrito surpasses the typical burrito with hand rolled Mediterranean, Asian, Mexican and American burritos. Java Moon Café marks the brand's first entry into airports and sells signature coffees, teas, and sandwiches.

Retail in Terminal B includes InMotion Entertainment, Swatch, a flagship Duty Free shop which has been transformed into a virtual department store featuring well-known brands in cosmetics and accessories and two new Travelex Currency Exchange locations.

Many Newark Liberty retailers offer sales and other promotions. Check the Web site for more information.

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New Retail at AirTrain JFK
AirTrain JFK now offers a place to ease your hunger or relax: a food court at Jamaica Station. Open 24 hours a day, the court features a variety of options: a NY Deli offers high-quality sandwiches, “create-your-own” salads, soups, and pizzas; the Gateway Bake Shop featuring Tim Hortons is known for burgers, doughnuts, and coffee; and the Air Bar serves beer and wine until 3:00 a.m.

AirTrain is the faster, inexpensive way to connect with mass transit at JFK. Savvy travelers save time by taking AirTrain to Jamaica Station and connecting to the Long Island Rail Road for a 35-minute trip to Penn Station in Manhattan or save money traveling to Manhattan by taking New York City Transit’s E, J, Z or A subway for a total $7.25 per person trip.

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Grab a bite to eat at AirTrain JFK


New Routes:


Spirit Airlines Chicago O’Hare from LaGuardia, Terminal B
JetBlue Airways to La Romana International Airport, Dominican Republic from Kennedy International, Terminal 5 beginning Nov. 16.
JetBlue Airways to Liberia Costa Rica Airport, from Kennedy International, Terminal 5 beginning Nov. 17.
Marazul charter flights to Cuba from Kennedy International, Terminal 4C
Seasonal Service:


Winter 2011/2012: Jet2 from various UK airports to Newark Liberty International

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