Though John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is one of the busiest airports in the United States, there are less than ten airport parking lots at which you can reserve a spot ahead of time.
New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, most commonly known by its airport code of JFK, is the busiest entry point in the country for people entering the United States from foreign destinations. The airport lies in Queens, southeast of Manhattan, and is the home base for JetBlue Airways. JFK is also a hub for American Airlines and Delta Air Lines, and a focus city for British Airways and United Airlines. There is no shortage of stores and restaurants to keep you busy while you wait for your flight, and because of its importance as an international entry point there are also many currency exchanges and cell phone rental opportunities as well. For traffic information, see the NYC TMC website.