JFK AirTrain is an elevated railway in New York City providing service to John F. Kennedy International Airport. AirTrain JFK is the faster and economical way to go to JFK International Airport.
It is operated by Bombardier Transportation under contract to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the operator of the airport.
The rail service works 24/7.
JFK AirTrain connects the JFK International Airport and New York using three overlapping routes, there are:
Rail route connecting Jamaica Station to Terminal 8/9, making stops in others terminals as well. It also stops at Lefferts Boulevard for shuttle bus service to long-term parking lots A and B and the airport employee parking lot as well as the B15 bus to Brooklyn
Rail route connecting Station A Howard Beach to Station B Lefferts BLVD. The Jamaica Station route ends at Jamaica, adjacent to the Long Island Rail Road with a connection available to Sutphin Boulevard – Archer Avenue – JFK Airport on the Archer Avenue Line (E J Z trains)
Air' Term'l or All Terminals
Rail route connecting all JKF Airport Terminals (Terminal 1, Terminals 2/3, Terminal 4, Terminal 5, Terminal 7, and Terminal 8).
All AirTrain routes can carry bikes and wheelchair.
JFK Airtrain fare is $5 for each travel. Children under 5 years old ride for free. You can pay the fare with Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard at either the Sutphin Boulevard or Howard Beach station (unlimited ride cards are not accepted for AirTrain).
All AirTrain JFK Stations have climate control air, for the comfort of passengers, and escalators and elevators.
Another important information is all trains and stations are ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant
For more JFK AirTrain information, call 877-JFK-AirTrain (535-2478)