GiveJet offers a wide range of aircraft options for charter flights departing and arriving the New York City Area. Although New York city does not have any airports accessible on the Island, there are several convenient airports within 30 minutes drive. Many influencial New Yorkers choose to live on Long Island and commute into the city. Teterboro is a favorite airport for New York City travelers. There are also some very good airport options on Long Island. In particular Farmingdale airport is a widely used in this region. New York city is arguably the most vibrant and culturally diverse city on the planet. We have years of experience coordinating flights into the New York City area and we hope that we can be part of your travel itinerary to this great city. GiveJet routinely offers aircraft charter solutions to Senators, Businessmen, Dignitaries and private travelers visiting the New York City area.
A few of our favorite spots in New York is of course Rockefeller Center, the heart of New York City.
GiveJet offers two main choices for your New York City Aircraft Chartering needs. Jet Charter and Aircraft Charter Flights can be highly customized to fit the exact parameters of your trip. Our Sky Routes program offers the convenience of a Jet Card without the commitment.
Access New York via several airports around the city. Choose the one most convenient to your location:
Charter a Helicopter from GiveJet to gain access to downtown New York city. The best way to arrive and depart the island is from the downtown Manhattan Heliport. This heliport is a hub of activity ushering the movers and shakers of wallstreet and tourists alike to the heart of the greatest city on Earth. The Manhattan Heliport (JRB) is located at the landing platform at Pier 6 in the East River in Manhattan. The helipad is used primarily by financial firms to transport executives and time sensitive documents. This is the location that the President uses when flying Marine One on visits to the big apple. Having been developed in 1960, the heliport is the largest and most widely used in the city. You can travel from the Heliport to any of the international airports in 15 minutes or less. It covers an area of 2 acres and supports over 10,000 flight operations a year.
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John F. Kennedy International Airport | KJFK
The John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) is one of the most important and busiest airports in the world. Originally a 1,000 acre airport was planned on the old marshy grounds of Idlewild golf course. By the time of completion in 1947, the airfield had grown to five times that original plan. The airport is an important economic contributor to the area. With over 9 miles of runways and 25 miles of taxiways, the airport handles over 49 million passengers per year. While there are more desirable private airports in the area, JFK airport can be used for clearing customs during off hours when other airport customs offices are closed. The airport also provides an important alternate in times of bad weather. Contact GiveJet to fly to or from JFK airport.
LaGuardia International Airport | KLGA
LaGuardia Airport has a long and storied history. Originally the home of the Gala Amusement Park, in 1929 the park was transformed into a 105-acre private flying field and first named Glenn H. Curtiss Airport.
In 1937, New York City took over the airport and enlarged the grounds. With the purchase of adjoining land and by filling in 357 acres of waterfront along the east side, the airport began one of many expansions. In 1939, it re-opened as the New York Municipal Airport-LaGuardia Field.
Today, LaGuardia Airport is one of the busiest in the nation, handling more than 25 million passengers. Although it is an extremely accessible airport to midtown Manhattan, the amount of air traffic can cause delays to private aircraft. Alternate airports to consider are Teterboro or White Plains airports. GiveJet aircraft charter service offers service from all of these locations.
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Buffalo International Airport | KBUF
Buffalo Niagara Airport is an essential component of the Buffalo business and tourism industries. The airport services over a hundred flights a day to 23 differrent cities. The airport opened in 1926 making it among the oldest of the public airports in the country. The building was specially designed with a proprietary V shape that was believed to be the most efficient use of land in airport construction. In the last 90 years, the airport has had 2 large expansions that allowed for the addition of major airliners. Recently, the airport was bought out and it now serves as a major method of transportation to the Niagra region.