Bellow are all the major airports we do service to: Click on the images of the airport if you need info from their website.
John F. Kennedy Airport
La Guardia Airport
In 1937, New York City took over the airport and enlarged the grounds with the purchase of adjoining land and by filling in 357 acres of waterfront along the east side. In 1939, it re-opened with a new name, New York Municipal Airport-LaGuardia Field. The airport was leased to the Port Authority in 1947. Today, LaGuardia Airport is one of the busiest in the nation, handling more than 23 million passengers in 2008.
Newark International Airport
Long Island Mac Arthur Airport
The Town of Islip owns and operates Long Island MacArthur Airport, located in Ronkonkoma, 50 miles outside New York City. More than 5,000 people fly MacArthur Airport each day, making it one of the top 90 airports in the United States. The FAA designated MacArthur Airport an Official Metro Airport in early 2011, meaning it is now grouped with LaGuardia, JFK and Newark in travel and informational searches for New York airports, providing better exposure to the traveling public. MacArthur Airport, which does not share the congested air space of the city-centric airports, also has an exceptional record of on-time performance.
The Port Authority purchased the airport in 1949 and leased it to Pan Am World Airways in 1970 and then its successor, Johnson Controls, for a term for 30 years. In 2000, the Port Authority resumed full responsibility of operations and since 1970 has invested $174 million to upgrade the airport's facilities and open new areas of service to the aviation community. Today, Teterboro Airport continues to play a vital role in the aviation interests of the region.