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LaGuardia Airport Overview
LGA serves the city of New York and is one of the five airports operated by The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. While LaGuardia Airport has long been considered one of the worst U.S. Airports, serious steps have now been taken to remedy this. Check out recent news to learn more.
A perimeter rule prohibits incoming and outgoing flights exceeding 1,500 miles, so most transcontinental and international flights use either JFK (Kennedy) or EWR (Newark Liberty) airports. LGA Airport is only eight miles from midtown Manhattan, accessible directly from Grand Central Parkway. Located in the Borough of Queens, City of New York, it borders on the areas of Astoria, Jackson Heights & East Elmhurst.
LaGuardia Airport Facts & Stats
With over 30M passengers annually, LaGuardia Airport is served by many airlines offering nonstop daily flights to numerous destinations in the U.S. and Canada, as well as by seasonal flights to Aruba, the Bahamas and Bermuda.
- As the Airport is under construction it is highly recommended that passengers arrive at the Airport two hours prior to scheduled flight departure.
- New pick-up location for Uber and other 'For Hire' drivers are no longer in front of the terminal - instead a shuttle bus will take passengers to a centralized spot - thereby reducing airport traffic.
LaGuardia Airport has four passenger terminals: TA through TD. (For detailed terminal information open 'Terminal Map' and scroll down to the text; for Parking information open 'Parking Map'; for transportation open 'Transportation: Buses /Trains'.
Airport Recent News
New Airport operator 'LaGuardia Gateway Partners' will finance, design, construct, operate and maintain the Airport's Terminal B facility. The $4B project is to unify the terminal structure by demolishing the existing Terminal B and replacing it with a larger structure and a new Central Hall - later to be joined with Delta's terminals C & D, resulting in the elimination of current gate delays and airplane congestion.
- Upon total project completion by 2022, the unified terminal is to be 600 feet closer to Grand Central Pkwy, have 240 percent more space for runways & flight operations, and offer three times a many security gates and pedestrian bridges to gates.
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