- Mon - Fri
- 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
- by einsteinumd on 05/16/2004
USAirways' terminal provides fast connections between the regular and Shuttle flights, which have their own section with quick at-gate check-in, free newspapers/magazines, and other business traveler-oriented amenities, and the food court/retail hall separating them is superb for an airport. If you don't want to stop, it takes under 10 minutes to get from a regular gate to a Shuttle gate (or the reverse). If flying from LGA, they have the self-check-in kiosks and the security lines generally aren't bad.
- by corpkid on 03/16/2003
I've used all three for years, flying every weekend practically. LaGuardia has consistently been the best in terms of service, predictability (i.e. rediculous traffic), being able to get a cab quickly, and ""stuff to do"" at the airport. Only big problem: DELAYS! I'd guess about 25% of flights are delayed. Overall, if you can, I'd go here.
- by NYJoe on 02/09/2003
Billy Joel couldn't have put it better. La Guardia is the best of the three airports. Location and size play into this airports hand. Big enough to handle a lot of air traffic, but not over 200 gates (JFK) and the Location is superb (Already in the City). Great Business airport, and much cleaner than the others!
- by sherrilb70 on 08/12/2002
Nice, clean airport. Would recommend to anyone who is flying into New York City.