Aside from its commercial airline service, SWF also offers business travelers private helicopter services to midtown Manhattan.
SWF Airport is located in Newburgh/New Windsor, Orange County, NY - situated on the left side of the Hudson River, and accessible via Highway 207, International Boulevard or Drury Lane, and is near the intersection of the New York State Thruway I-87 and I-84. It is 60 miles north of New York City. The Airport is now administered by the New York/New Jersey Port Authority, which arranged in 2017 for additonal buses to get to New York City's Port Authority Bus Terminal (on 8th Av. /41st Street) at $18 (one-way).
With two runways and over 275,000 passengers in 2016 Newburgh Stewart International Airport is presently served by some major airlines, offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe. Apple Vacations operates a seasonal charter services to Cancun via Allegiant Air.
To page someone from the outside call 845-564-7200, ext. 228
Newburgh Stewart International Airport has a two-level passenger terminal - open 4am-1am. Wi-Fi connection is available.
The lower level has outside of it curbside pickup & dropoff points, and around the right corner public bus & mass transit (inside is a mass transit counter). The lower level is divided between Arrivals (left) & Departures (right) . The arrivals area houses 2 baggage carousels, an ATM machine & rental car counters. The departures area houses fast-food & news stand, and check-in counters--to the left of them is the security checkpoint and the escalator leading to the upper level with gates 1 through 8 - reached by air bridges. Between gate entrances 3 & 4 is a newsstand & fast-food.
Current Airlines serving the terminal:
Allegiant G4 - tel. 702-505-8888;
American AA - tel. 800-433-7300
JetBlue B6 - tel. 800 538-2583;
Delta Connection DL 800 221-1212.
As of June 2017, Norwegian Air Lines offers the following new destinations: - to Edinburgh, Scotland: daily flights between June 15 - Oct. 28; thereafter 3 weekly flights starting October 29 (for winter season); - to Belfast, N.Ireland: 3 weekly flights between June 15 - Oct. 29; thereafter 3 weekly flights starting October 28 (for winter season). - to Dublin, Ireland: daily service July 1, and three weekly flights starting October 29 (for winter season) - to Shannon, Ireland: two weekly flights starting July 2. Norwegian airline opens a base at Steward Airport for its pilots & cabin crew, and will station a Boeing 737 MAX aircraft at the Airport.
NOTE: Due to major increases in flights, it is projected that passenger counts will rise to 400K by year-end 2017 and to 700K by year-end 2018.
Present and future Airport developments: The 10-year improvement project, which will include infrastructure repairs, are divided into two parts between years 2014-18 & 2019-23. Terminal improvements between 2014 & 2018 include runway & security upgrades and terminal expansion by 2017.