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 am coming from Connecticut, how do you get to long term parking?, what is the physical address?


Can I leave my car on daily parking for 2 days, I do know that you have long-term one.

can i leave my car in the longterm parking for 6 weeks? how much is the rate per day?

Yes you can. If one day rate is 18 dollars and you will be gone for 6 weeks your total will be 756 dollars.

You will pay around 18$ for each day of the week.

long term parking 18.00 per 24 hr's. Does that include all TAXes?

Yes every fee includes taxes.

Hi, I will drive from Philadelphia to pick my friend at JFK. However, we need to go to Manhattan for 4-5 hours.
I afraid to drive to Manhattan, so we decided to take the subway there. Is it safe to leave my friend luggage in the car and park it at the JFK long term parking area?

Parking lot is monitored twenty four seven so it is safe to say that it is safe to leave luggage in a car.

I can not find my parking ticket for the short term lot at Terminal 8. What is the procedure for paying without a ticket? Thanks.

You will pay full amount. I know I have when I lost my ticket!

They can figure it out from your license plate when you leave the parking lot.

Does JFK have a cell phone waiting area?

Yes they do in each arrival hall at JFK.



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