Airport Transportation

Most airports are away from the city center; hence the fag end of an air journey, which is airport transportation, is as important as the journey itself. Timely and efficient mode of airport transport is essential to make air travel a satisfying experience.

JFK Airport Transportation

JFK airport is located in Queens, at the South End of the Van Wyck expressway and 15 miles from midtown Manhattan. It handles international passengers and on an estimate 29 million passengers pass through its doors annually. Airport transportation at JFK offers a wide choice of public and private transit options. The airport also has a Ground Transportation Desk, which can help you choose a convenient mode of transport into the city.

Taxis: A taxi stand is located outside of every airport and is a good option if you are in a group and have plenty of baggage. Taxis cost a flat fare of $45 plus tolls to any location in Manhattan. Tip a dollar a bag to the driver if he assists you with your baggage.

Car service: Book a car to meet you on your arrival or you can call one after you deplane. A range of luxury and semi luxury vehicles is available and typically a limousine service into the city costs about $70.

Bus and Van service: The New York Airport Service Express Buses leave every 30 minutes and operate from 6am to 12pm. The journey takes about 45 minutes with stops at Grand Central Terminal (from here you can take a shuttle to New York hotels for $2), The Port Authority bus terminal, and Penn station. The Express Shuttle USA, buses operate from 7am to 11.30 p.m. to all locations in Manhattan and the one way fare is $14. On arrival you can go to the ground transportation desk and a shuttle will pick you up in half an hour.

Super Shuttles operate 24 hours a day providing door to door service and fares are about $19.

AirTrain, JFK links each airport terminal to New York City subway and regional commuter trains. The AirTrain is a convenient and cheaper option for tourists and others with less baggage that they can carry themselves. For $7 one can travel to Manhattan under an hour, but you need to change to a subway.

Orlando International Airport Transportation

Orlando, a major city in Florida is served by three airports, the Orlando International Airport, Orlando/Sanford airport. Orlando, famous for its tourist attractions like Walt Disney World Resort, SeaWorld and Universal Orlando resort receives both business and leisure travelers. For leisure travelers the Orlando International airport offers a complimentary service, the Disney

Magical Express Transportation and baggage delivery service. Reservations can be made online and on your arrival you will be met at the Disney Welcome Center, where an air-conditioned motor coach will take you to your Disney Resort Hotel. The service also extends to dropping you to the airport at the end of your vacation.

Most private transporters like Mears, View Travel offer extensive transportation choices for corporate and leisure travelers. Depending on your budget and number of passengers you can book a Lincoln towncar, van or a stretch limousine. Reservations can be made online. A towncar for 4 passengers costs $120 the airport to Disney world and the same distance costs $270 in a limousine.

Luxury sedan service includes an uniformed driver, shuttle services are ideal for families, as also charter buses are available.

Taxis are available outside the airport.

Airport Transportation, Newark

The Newark Liberty International Airport, located in New Jersey is 15 miles Southwest of New York City. With 30 million passengers passing through its doors yearly it is the fifth busiest airport in the US. The airport has a Ground Transportation desk where all help regarding airport transportation is available.

Taxis are available outside of the airport and take 45 minutes to reach the city. Fare is $35 and bridge tolls are extra.

Car service: Many private transport companies offer car services. Reservations can be made online and a limousine or sedan comes with an uniformed driver who helps with the baggage, opens and closes doors and offers curbside assistance. Sedans cost $100 from Newark to NYC.

Bus and Van Service: The Newark Liberty Airport Express buses operate on fixed timings and one can board from all three terminals. Super Shuttles ply 24 hours and the fare is $19.

Train services: AirTrain Newark's internal monorail links to a new station where service to both Amtrak and New Jersey lines is available.

San Diego Airport Transportation

The San Diego airport is 3 miles northwest of downtown San Diego. It has the distinction of having the single busiest runway for commercial service in the country.

On Airport transportation, the Red Bus offers transportation between airport terminals and designated stops are located curbside at all terminals.

Off airport transportation service includes shuttle vans and buses. Shuttle service is available at transportation plaza across from terminal 1 and 2 and curbside at the commuter terminal. A transportation coordinator will place you on the first available shuttle. Taxis are available outside the airport.

Las Vegas Airport Transportation

The McCarran International airport, Las Vegas is located within a mile from the Las Vegas strip and simply a stone throw from all Las Vegas hotels and casinos.

Taxis are available outside door exits 1-5. Airport personnel are on hand to assist travelers and fare is $14 with downtown fares being more. There is an additional charge of $1.20 on all fares from the airport.

A variety of shuttle and limousine services are available outside door exits 8-13. There are also available sedans and stretch limousines for $80 an hour. You can also make reservations online for your desired vehicle.

Car rentals: renting a car is also an option. Most car rental companies have booths at the airport.

Los Angeles International Airport Transportation

The Los Angeles International Airport, more commonly known by its abbreviation LAX is the main airport serving Los Angeles, California, USA. LAX is located in Southwest Los Angeles, in the vicinity of Westchester, 16 miles from downtown Los Angeles. It is the fifth busiest airport handling all international flights from Asia and the Pacific. Airport transportation options are the airport bus service, door to door shuttle vans, local buses, light rail, rental cars and limousines, and taxis.

Free and frequent shuttle service from LAX to the Aviation station on the Green Line of the Metro Light Rail Network is available. A free shuttle service between terminals is also provided for passengers taking connecting flights.

The FlyAway bus service offers frequent non-stop transportation between LAX and the Van Nuys bus terminal. Union station and Westwood/UCLA. The Culver City Bus, Santa Monica Big Blue, and Torrance Transit are the other public bus options.

Authorized-metered taxis are available outside of the airport, near the lower/arrival level. Fares are fixed at $33. Door to door shuttle service and luxury cars are also an option.

New York Airport Transportation

The New York airport service is an authorized scheduled bus service operating from New York airport to Manhattan. Dependable, economical and reliant this service is a good option for travelers.

The New York Airport Limousine Service offers a wide range of luxury cars like the Lincoln town cars, stretch limousines, 3 SUV super stretch, 40 mini vans etc.

Seattle Airport Transportation

The Seattle-Tacoma International airport serves Seattle, also known as the Sea-Tac airport. The airport has a Ground transportation desk, located in baggage claim across from carousel 12 and on the third floor of the parking garage, helps passengers with their transportation needs. Shuttle and buses ply around the clock with timely departures and arrivals. Taxis, rental cars, limousine service are all available at the end of baggage claim, next to door 00.

Public transport buses, the Metro Transit and the Sound Transit ply daily at scheduled times to and from the airport. Bus services are available outside Door 6, by baggage carousel 5.

Airport Transportation Service

Unlike earlier, these days with increasing air traffic and notching up flying miles, airport transportation has also become a professionalized service. There is a mind boggling variety of transportation choices available from the public transit to chauffeured limousines. Airport shuttles are the preferred choice for large groups and families. Shuttles ply around the clock offering door to door service at an affordable cost. Most public bus and trains also provide airport services. Taxis are usually available outside of the airport. Car rentals operate a desk in the airport premises offering a choice of vehicles. Online bookings are possible and a great way to avoid queues and delays.

Phoenix Airport shuttle

The Phoenix Airport Shuttle operated by Arizona Airport Express Mission is a licensed shuttle service serving Tucson International Airport and the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. At $39 from Tucson to Phoenix, they offer shared ride and door to door service. Their team of drivers is certified professionals.

Ann Arbor Airport Shuttle

The Ann Arbor Airport Shuttle operates from Ann Arbor to the Detroit Metro Airport. Its fleet of dependable and cost efficient shuttles serves students, families and groups. Licensed and insured by the State of Michigan, the shuttle is a boon to students of the University of Michigan. A one way fare from the central campus to the airport costs $27 and round trip costs $55 for a single passenger.

Airport Taxi Minneapolis

Airport taxi and Town taxi, with a combined fleet of 300 vehicles provide transport to and from Minneapolis and St. Paul International airport. They serve both the Main and the HHH terminal. Their services also include 24 hours computerized GPS dispatch, certified drivers, and online reservations.