JFK Airport Parking Information

You can use two different types of parking at JFK airport:

Long-Term JFK Airport Parking
Located at Lefferts Blvd, 4 miles from CTA
AirTrain services link parking with the terminals.

Parking rates

$18 for up to 24 hours
$6 for each 8-hour period over first 24 hours

Daily JFK Airport Parking

Green parking - Terminals 1,2,3
Blue parking - Terminal 4
Yellow parking - Terminals 5 & 6
Orange parking - Terminal 7
Red - Terminals 8 & 9

Parking rates

$3 for the first half hour
$6 for up to 1 hour
$3 for each additional half hour, up to $33 maximum each 24-hour period



I leaving for eight days... where can I park? & how much?is it safe?

Use the Long Term lot; it's near the AirTrain for easy travel to/from terminals and cost is $18 per day. It's located on airport property so it is patrolled regularly.

I am picking up a passenger arriving at Terminal 4. Do I need to park and go in or is there an area where I can pull up the car to pick up my friend and her luggage?

If your friend is ready for pick-up you can meet her curbside on the arrivals level. You can also wait in the Cell Phone Waiting Area for her to call you and proceed to the terminal from there. Or park in short term parking and wait for her on the arrivals level inside the terminal.

I am driving a limousine town car from Boston to JFK tonight, May 28, to meet passengers from Terminal 7 flying on Cathay Pacific. Where do I meet this passenger and where do I leave my livery car?

Hello, is the Long-Term JFK Airport Parking the same as SmartPark JFK? Also, is there a way to reserve a spot online for Long-Term JFK Airport Parking? In your experience, which one is better? (Have read some nasty stories about SmartPark on Yelp.com) Thanks!

No, not the same. Long Term parking is on airport grounds and you can access the AirTrain to travel to/from all terminals. No need to reserve, there are always spots available. Smart Park has a shuttle bus but is not very reliable. Use Long Term.

Thanks a bunch for that information. Is there a GPS address available for JFK Long Term Parking or is following directions the only way to get there?

Address to long term parking at JFK
Ned gps address

Try intersection of Pan Am Rd. and Lefferts Blvd.

Yes, just follow the signs as you approach the airport area. LT parking is located near Lefferts Blvd.

I use Smart Park whenever I go to JFK, they're rates are about $5/day cheaper than JFK's airport parking - and though it needs a shuttle (that they provide) its much closer to the airport. I prefer the convenience of Smart Park, I dont know why anyone would say that its unreliable, I've never had an issue. Also - they TAKE reservations - they dont REQUIRE reservations. This is a good thing - I wish airports can take reservations, instead you show up and the lot is full and you cant do anything about it. I have no affiliation, I'm just a satisfied customer - so I recommend the service.

Does the long term lot at JFK ever get filled to capacity? I'm looking to park there this Friday afternoon, which is the start of Memorial Day Weekend. With the usually higher traveler volume, will the long-term lot get filled - or is it safe to assume there will be spaces on Friday afternoon? Thank you.

I have parked there during Christmas, Thanksgiving, and a few other Holidays and have never had a problem. If you have never been there the lot is probably the size of 30 or more football fields. The only other advice I could give you is if your going to park in the long term lot give your self ample time (like 1-1/2 hours min before the flight is scheduled to leave). It takes a good 30 minutes to get to your terminal by the airtran if it is a long haul like jet blue. Have safe travels I might be parked right next to you.

why don't you list the exact address for the JFK official long term parking lot so i can put it into my GPS - all it says is Lefferts Blvd.


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