Airtrain it back to Manhattan if you're travelling solo. It takes an hour and it's only $7 compared to a $50 cab where you can get stuck in traffic. Just follow the signs.
I can't count how many times I've traveled to and from this airport. It's my second home and the starting point of all of my big journeys. ;-)
Oh you checked a bag? Chances are you're probably reading this while you wait 5 hours for it. Stab yourself now.
Need some rest from New York’s skyscrapers? Go visit “The High Line” in Chelsea! This public park built on a defunct railway that runs 30 feet above Manhattan really is extraordinary and relaxing.
Don't forget you son Kevin at home. He'll most likely have to fend off burglars on his own.
Next time you are traveling to and from New York City, go the "Green" way and use the subway and connect with the Airtrain. It only cost 5 dollars to use the Airtrain to/from Howard Beach or Sutphin s
Got on a plane, flew away, had an awesome time, came back.
Nothing says “Grand Gesture” like picking up your sweetheart at the airport, especially after hours of delays and body searches. Flowers or food will get you extra points. #vday
Air travel can be tough on the knees and joints so while in flight, rotate the ankles in a circular motion one at a time. Then, sit back, relax and enjoy your flight.
In memory of JFK! ...and so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country. ~JFK (Inaugural Address January 20, 1961)
Welcome to NYC , you can do anything!
Take your damn PJ pants off, leave your pillow at home and join adulthood.
Impress your friends – ask them the original name for JFK International Airport. Answer: Idlewild (changed to JFK in 1963).
Did you know JFK covers 4,930 acres, including 880 acres in the Central Terminal Area and the airport has more than 30 miles of roadway?
Wake up too early and go to the airport.
Bring earplugs or headphone for screeching children. They are on every plane-you can usually find them in the seat directly behind me.
JFK was originally named Idlewild Airport and was constructed in April 1942. On December 24, 1963, the airport was rededicated John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Flight attendants don't control weather, so stop bitching at them.
stay in your seat until the seatbelt sign goes off, then get your bags and stand in the aisle until the doors open
If you have time to kill, read through the rest of these tips for JFK. Some hilarious stuff.
Tweet @Flightstatus your flight number and receive real-time flight information directly to you via Twitter
Whatever time you were going to show up, go earlier!
It's called a "moving walkway", people; not a "moving stand-way"
Can someone tell me who thought carpet in an airport would be a good idea? It's like a malaria blanket took over.
The JetBlue terminal has an unrivaled culinary monopoly. Deep Blue’s sushi menu is by Buddakan’s Michael Schulson, and Brasserie La Vie is run by former chefs at NYC hot spots Balthazar and Pastis.
If you're headed to Manhattan, take the AirTrain to Jamaica Station, then the LIRR to Penn Station. Costs $10 - $15, depending when you're traveling & takes half the time of the E train.
Try the airplanes. They're fantastic.
Not a fan of the Delta terminal.
Do your part and don't act retarded. Speed up the process.
Bring something to read. You're going to be awhile.
After getting out of a virgin redeye, avoid the first peets coffee which has a long line, and find the peets past security (20 yards past baggage claim stairwell)
If Hell was an airport, it would be JFK. Take 2 Xanax
No matter what airline your fly, make sure you're at the gate 45 minutes to an hour prior to departure. Doors close 10 minutes prior to departure. Airplanes don't wait for you, YOU wait for airplanes.
You can always use free wi-fi internet near delta & sky priority lounges. Name of network "tmobile" and it has no password,
Welcome to New York! Now eat some pizza!
You Will NEVER BE THE MAYOR
Fly JetBlue or Virgin America, nicer planes with more in-flight entertainment and they fly out of the less crowded International Terminals.
CIBO sucks. I hope you brought food from home.
Take the Air Train to Jamaica Station ($5) and the Long Island Railroad to NY Penn Station ($8.75) for a cheap and convenient way into the city.
Really smooth tarmacs. Try tarmac #7! It always goes down smooth!
At Terminal 5? Head to the Cibo sandwich counter right after security and order a turkey, Brie, honey mustard on ciabatta. Then eat it.
الحمدلله الرحيم الغفار ، الكريم القهار ، مقلب القلوب والأبصار ، عالم الجهر والأسرار ، أحمده حمداً دائماً بالعشي والإبكار ، وأشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وحده لا شريك له ، شهادة تنجي قائلها من عذاب النار.