New York, NY

JFK - New York John F. Kennedy International Airport

Transportation Options To And From The Airport

Reserve an airport shuttle or black car to and from JFK or around town! Our service is more convenient than lugging bags through public transit or driving and parking at the airport, with prices that are generally more economical than a taxi or limo. The following vehicles are available to book online. Contact our local team to inquire about additional vehicle options.

Shared-Ride Van
Shared-Ride Van

Save with a shared-ride van to and from the airport.

Non-Stop Van
Non-Stop Van

Enjoy a non-stop van to and from the airport.

Private Sedan
Private Sedan

Arrive in style with your own private sedan.

Private SUV
Private SUV

Travel in luxury with your own spacious SUV.

Airport info

John F. Kennedy International Airport
JFK Expressway and S. Cargo Rd., Jamaica, NY 11430

Contact the local team

Reservations: Book online or call (800) BLUE VAN (258-3826)
TDD Reservations: (877) 215-9262

45-02 Ditmars Blvd., Astoria NY 11105
Office: (212) 209-7000

For groups with fewer than 50 attendees, call (800) 622-2089 ext. 2.
For groups with more than 50 attendees, call (212) 209-7000

ext. 10922 or visit our Groups & Events page.

Find us at the airport

Upon arrival, follow the signs to the baggage claim and collect your luggage. Follow the signs to the Ground Transportation Desk, open 5:00 AM to 12:00 AM daily, near the baggage claim area. Speak with either one of the airport's Ground Transportation Agents, who will contact us on your behalf, or call SuperShuttle directly by dialing 29 from the courtesy phones located next to the Ground Transportation Centers and Welcome Centers throughout the airport.


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