Luggage Storage

Location Within Terminal:

Terminals 1 Arrivals - First floor
(near Alitalia and Olympic Airlines)

Hours of Operation: 7AM-11PM

Approximate Cost (depending on size): $4 - $16 per day

Telephone: (718) 751-2947

Terminals 4 Arrivals - First floor

Hours of Operation: 24 Hours

Approximate Cost (depending on size): $4 - $16 per day

Telephone: (718) 751-4020

Terminals 8 - (American Airlines)

Hours of Operation: 6AM-10PM

Approximate Cost (depending on size): $8 - $18 per day

Telephone: (718) 995-9292

Early (earlier that 6:00am) pick-up of luggage is possible.

Price list (as of May 1st,2010) for baggage storage only at the facilities at Terminal 1 and Terminal 4.
The prices are per bag, per 24 hours:

Up to 20" - $4

21" - 24" - $6

25" - 26" - $8

27" - 32" - $11

Other(non standard bags, skis etc) - $16



We will flight from S.Francisco this summer and we will arrive with AA in JFK early morning so we would like to have a trip in NYC. We have to check out our luggages or they will be sent directly to Italy? in this case, we can leave them in a luggage storage?
Please let me know how we have to proceed.
Thanks a lot

I'm flying in domestic on American Airlines and are leaving 10 hours later on Brussels Airlines to go to Brussels. I would like to use that time to go to the city and I was wondering which place would be best to store my luggage for accessibility?

Can I drop off a bag for 6 days and then have some one else pick it up.
I won't be seeing this person so I won't be able to pass on a ticket or stub. So is it possible to leave the name of who is picking up the bag

You may store items in Terminal 8 and have them picked up by a 2nd party. You must provide name and contact number of person picking up. Person picking up must present photo i.d. Items stored are pre-paid for the amount of days agreed upon. If items are picked up after the amount of days expire, balance must be paid by person picking up for items to be released.

Hello, is it possible to store a bicycle at the airport for about 4 days ?



I will be arriving on terminal 5 with 6 pieces of luggage and the next day I’m travelling from terminal 1, how can I transfer my luggage from terminal 5 and store it in terminal 1 for a day? I know I can use the AirTrain, but can I take all these pieces with me on the train? Please advise the best way. Many thanks,

I will fly in NY in terminal 7, can i go to the 4-th terminal to store my luggage for a day?


I am flying into JFK on June 12th (night) with Jet Blue and will be leaving on the next day June 13th with Air Berlin to Duesseldorf Germany. Can I store my luggage at the airport, because I like to use the 20 hours I have to go into the city. However, I would like to store my luggage so I do not have to take all of it with me...Do you have any advice for me?

Thank you so much!


I will be in NY for a couple of days before a trip overseas. If I find I have a bag I do not want to take can I just walk up or do I need a reservaton? Also are the prices listed correct? I will be using terminal 4.

Thank you, Meredith

I understand storage is now handled by a private company. Can I know the charges for 26" bags per day?

I will have a flight from Haiti to Pristina (Kosovo).
I'll arrive in JFK from Haiti via Delta Friday April 13th 2012(Term 3) and my connection flight is April 14th via Lufthansa (Term 1).
Since i'll be meeting a friend in NY is possible as follow:
1.Do baggage check in for April 14th flight while arrive in JFK April 13th?
2.If not is possible to storage luggage in different terminal from the termnial i fly.


Traveling Tuesday April 3rd thru lufthansa was wondering if I can store about 6 lugages overnight and how safe is it

Hi there I'll be traveling around America for two weeks but I dont want to carry half my luggage with me. Is it possible for me to get my luggage flown to JFK and be put in storage for 12 days?


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