While you can always catch a cab to and from the airport, there are plenty of more sustainable (and less expensive) options available. Determine your best route below.
Fiorello LaGuardia Airport
M60 Select Bus Service
The M60 Select Bus Service is an express bus service that connects Morningside Heights and Manhattanville to LaGuardia Airport. The service operates 24 hours/7 days a week: every 8 to 10 minutes during the day and evening hours, and every 30 minutes during the overnight hours.
John F. Kennedy International Airport
AirTrain JFK/NYC Subway
AirTrain JFK connects John F. Kennedy International Airport to the Long Island Rail Road and MTA New York City Transit. You can take the A train to Howard Beach Station or the E, J, or Z to Jamaica Station and connect to the AirTrain. JFK's AirTrain costs $5 each way using your MTA MetroCard.
Newark Liberty International Airport
AirTrain Newark connects Newark Liberty International Airport to NJ TRANSIT. From NYC's Penn Station, take NJ TRANSIT to Newark Liberty International Airport Station and connect to the AirTrain. The AirTrain is FREE with your NJ TRANSIT ticket and operates 24hours a day, every 3 minutes between 5:00 AM and midnight. In the overnight hours it operates every 15 minutes.
Various airport shuttles provide safe and reliable service to and from the airports. Be sure to book your tickets online ahead of time.
NYC Airporter offers LaGuardia and JFK shuttle service from Penn Station every 30 minutes and costs $14 to $16.
Newark Airport Express bus leaves from Midtown Manhattan every 15 minutes and costs $16.
SuperShuttle provides door-to-door shuttle service and connections to all New York-area airports. Rates start at about $17 one way.
Taxi or Car Service
Taxis supervised by the Taxi and Limousine Commission can be easily flagged down from most city streets at any time of day or night. A car can be booked in advance through one of New York City's many car service companies.