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1,420 miles
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2 hour 50 min
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Transportation to Houston Airport from the City Center

G.Bush Intercont Airport

George Bush Intercontinental Airport is located 37 km from the city center. Also referred to as Houston Airport it serves the Greater Houston area, operating both domestic and international flights. Taxis and buses are the most widely used methods of transportation to get to the airport.

Taxi

Taxis are a convenient method of transportation to get to the airport from the city center. Taxis are easily accessible from the city center. You can also have the hotel you are staying at help arrange a taxi for you. Taxis are equipped with credit card technology so you can pay using cash or credit. Implementing a special 10% discount for elderly passengers is required by law. A taxi from the city center to Houston Airport takes about 30 minutes.

Bus

Another transportation alternative to get to Houston Airport is by bus. Buses are a cheaper alternative when compared to taxis but they do take longer. A bus from the city center to the airport takes over an hour. Buses run more frequently over the weekends due to the increase in the number of passengers over the weekends. Buses drop off passengers at the terminal departures level. For more information on bus routes please visit Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport’s website.   

Rental Car

Renting a car in the city center is another convenient transportation alternative to get to Houston Airport. Renting a car is also a great option to get around in the city during your trip. There are various rental car companies located at the airport, such as Avis, Budget, Hertz, and Enterprise. You can return your rental car vehicle at the Rental Car Center located adjacent to the airport. There is a shuttle service that connects the Rental Car Center and the airport terminals. The shuttles are blue and white and get to the airport terminals in 5 minutes.

Airport Information

George Bush Intercontinental Airport, also referred to as Houston Airport, is located 37 km from downtown Houston. Houston Airport operates passenger services out of 5 terminals that are connected to each other by the TerminaLink train, which is for passengers only, and an underground train, that everyone has access to. Houston Airport offers passengers a variety of services to meet their basic needs and services that could be considered more unique. The airport contains ATMs, free Wi-Fi, charging stations, currency exchange services, vending machines, a lost and found, mail services, restaurants, cafes, bars, and stores. Houston Airport also features shoeshine services and pet relief areas.

Houston Airport aims to provide a relaxing yet fun environment for passengers once they’ve landed or as they wait for their flight. Stores where passengers can go shopping include ATU Duty Free and Dufry Tax & Duty Free stores, Bayou city Travelmart, Americana, Automated Kiosks for Benefit Cosmetics, Best Buy Express, and AT&T, as well as Brooks Brothers, Bluewire, Brookstone, City Point, Corsa Collections, Dylan’s candy Bar, Eddie Bauer, eSavvy, Headphone Hub, Hugo Boss, Johnston & Murphy, and more.

There are also a rich variety of restaurants and cafes offering delicious international cuisine. Venues where passengers can get a bite to eat or something to drink include Auntie Anne’s, Barcuterie, Belgian Beer Café, Blaze Pizza, Bullritos, Café Adobe, Camden food co., Center Bar, Chili’s Too, Dunkin’ Donuts, La Salsa, Le Grand Comptoir, Panda Express, Republic, Starbucks, Subway, Upper Crust, Urban Crave, Wendy’s, and Zori Bistro. 

Hobby Airport

George Bush Intercontinental Airport is located 37 km from the city center. Also referred to as Houston Airport it serves the Greater Houston area, operating both domestic and international flights. Taxis and buses are the most widely used methods of transportation to get to the airport.

Taxi

Taxis are a convenient method of transportation to get to the airport from the city center. Taxis are easily accessible from the city center. You can also have the hotel you are staying at help arrange a taxi for you. Taxis are equipped with credit card technology so you can pay using cash or credit. Implementing a special 10% discount for elderly passengers is required by law. A taxi from the city center to Houston Airport takes about 30 minutes.

Bus

Another transportation alternative to get to Houston Airport is by bus. Buses are a cheaper alternative when compared to taxis but they do take longer. A bus from the city center to the airport takes over an hour. Buses run more frequently over the weekends due to the increase in the number of passengers over the weekends. Buses drop off passengers at the terminal departures level. For more information on bus routes please visit Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport’s website.   

Rental Car

Renting a car in the city center is another convenient transportation alternative to get to Houston Airport. Renting a car is also a great option to get around in the city during your trip. There are various rental car companies located at the airport, such as Avis, Budget, Hertz, and Enterprise. You can return your rental car vehicle at the Rental Car Center located adjacent to the airport. There is a shuttle service that connects the Rental Car Center and the airport terminals. The shuttles are blue and white and get to the airport terminals in 5 minutes.

Airport Information

George Bush Intercontinental Airport, also referred to as Houston Airport, is located 37 km from downtown Houston. Houston Airport operates passenger services out of 5 terminals that are connected to each other by the TerminaLink train, which is for passengers only, and an underground train, that everyone has access to. Houston Airport offers passengers a variety of services to meet their basic needs and services that could be considered more unique. The airport contains ATMs, free Wi-Fi, charging stations, currency exchange services, vending machines, a lost and found, mail services, restaurants, cafes, bars, and stores. Houston Airport also features shoeshine services and pet relief areas.

Houston Airport aims to provide a relaxing yet fun environment for passengers once they’ve landed or as they wait for their flight. Stores where passengers can go shopping include ATU Duty Free and Dufry Tax & Duty Free stores, Bayou city Travelmart, Americana, Automated Kiosks for Benefit Cosmetics, Best Buy Express, and AT&T, as well as Brooks Brothers, Bluewire, Brookstone, City Point, Corsa Collections, Dylan’s candy Bar, Eddie Bauer, eSavvy, Headphone Hub, Hugo Boss, Johnston & Murphy, and more.

There are also a rich variety of restaurants and cafes offering delicious international cuisine. Venues where passengers can get a bite to eat or something to drink include Auntie Anne’s, Barcuterie, Belgian Beer Café, Blaze Pizza, Bullritos, Café Adobe, Camden food co., Center Bar, Chili’s Too, Dunkin’ Donuts, La Salsa, Le Grand Comptoir, Panda Express, Republic, Starbucks, Subway, Upper Crust, Urban Crave, Wendy’s, and Zori Bistro. 

Transportation to New York City Center from Airport

John F Kennedy Airport

JFK Airport is located in Queens, about 20 km from Manhattan. There are many transportation methods to get from the airport to various parts of the city. You can take the metro, train, bus, taxi, rental car, or use an airport shuttle service. You can easily get to public transportation hubs by taking the AirTrain trains that depart from the airport. These trains also provide transportation between the terminals, rental car services, parking lot, and the hotel shuttle services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

AirTrain trains provide transportation within the airport for free. However, if you want to go to the main stations that allow access to the city’s metro, bus, and train lines, then you have to pay a fee. You can pay this fee using the MetroCard payment system, which is valid for all public transportation networks in the city. You can get a MetroCard from the automated ticket machines at the airport.  

Metro

To get to the New York City Subway from the airport you have to first get on the AirTrain. There is an AirTrain station located in each passenger terminal, making the train easy to access. If you want to transfer to metro line E, J, or Z then take the AirTrain to Jamaica Station. If you want to transfer to metro line A then take the AirTrain to Howard Beach Station.  

If you’re planning on transferring to one of the city’s other metro lines from lines A, E, J, or Z you can plan your route by taking a look at a map of the New York City Subway online. If you get on metro line E from Jamaica Station you can get to the western section of Queens, central Manhattan, and some transfer points in the Bronx.

Getting from the airport to Manhattan takes about 50 to 75 minutes, including the AirTrain ride from the airport to the station. By taking the AirTrain train to Jamaica Station you will have access to metro lines J and Z which provide transportation to the north of Queens, stations in the south of Brooklyn, and Manhattan. Metro line A, which runs through Howard Beach Station, provides transportation to lower Manhattan. To get on the metro you have to use a MetroCard, which you can purchase at the airport or at the metro stations. There are many card types you can purchase that depend on a variety of factors. Some of these card types include the SingleRide ticket, Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard, EasyPayXPress MetroCard, or Unlimited MetroCard. You can evaluate the most appropriate MetroCard option according to your needs during your stay in the city.  

Train

After taking the AirTrain to Jamaica Station you can get on the LIRR (Long Island Rail Road) trains to get to Penn Station, located in central Manhattan. Penn Station is one of the main stations in Manhattan. It is very centrally located, in close proximity to the Empire State Building and Herald Square. These trains are the fastest way to get from JFK Airport to the city center. The AirTrain trains from JFK to Jamaica Station take about 10 minutes. From Jamaica Station you can get to Manhattan in about 35 minutes. From Jamaica Station you can also use the LIRR train lines to get to different areas in Brooklyn, Long Island, and Queens. If you buy your train ticket before boarding you will save money on your ticket. Getting a MetroCard beforehand is more advantageous. We recommend that you purchase the prepaid card, which offers a variety of different fare options including a weekly, monthly, or a 10-ride card, at the airport or at the station.

Bus

You can also take a bus to get from JFK to the city, although this tends to be the least preferred transportation method. To get to Jamaica Station take the AirTrain train from the airport terminal. At Jamaica Station you can get on one of the New York City buses. Many bus lines pass through this station and provide transportation to various parts of the city. Buses that operate from Jamaica Station are Q6, Q8, Q9, Q20, Q24, Q25, Q30, Q31, Q34, Q40, Q41, Q43, Q44, Q54, Q56, Q60 and Q65. To get to Howard Beach Station take the AirTrain train from the airport terminal. At Howard Beach Station you can get to central Queens by taking bus line Q11. You can also use bus lines Q10 and Q3, which depart from a stop close to the Terminal 5, to get to Queens. The bus route for line Q10 passes by stops where you can connect to New York Subway lines A, E, and F.  

Similarly, bus line Q3 stops at 169th Street and Hillside Ave where you can connect to the F line. You can transfer to the metro from these stops. Bus line B15 also departs from Terminal 5 and travels to the east of New York. Buses, along with the subway, are the cheapest means of transportation to get from the airport to the city center. However, since buses drive through city traffic it can take longer to reach your destination. If you have a lot of luggage getting from the airport to the city by bus can be a hassle.

Airport Shuttle Bus Service

Another way to get from the airport to the city is by NYC Airporter Express shuttle bus services. These bus stops are located at each terminal exit. NYC Airporter Express shuttle buses provide transportation to Penn Station, Grand Central Terminal, and Port Authority Bus Terminal. The ride takes about 90 minutes but can vary depending on traffic. This service also offers hotel shuttles that depart from central Manhattan and take you to your hotel. The large airport shuttle bus drops you off at Bryant Park where smaller hotel shuttle vans await to take you to your hotel. NYC Airporter Express shuttle buses run every 30 minutes from 5 am to 11:30 pm every day of the week.

Taxi

New York City’s yellow cabs are located at the terminal exits. Taxis offer a flat rate from JFK to Manhattan, which does not include bridge tolls. If you are going to more than one destination in the city the flat rate to the first destination will apply and from then on the taximeter will be turned on to calculate the inner-city fare. New York taxis can take a total of 4 people. Normal taxi fares (excluding the flat rate) can vary depending on the operating hours. 4pm to 8 pm are considered peak hours where a surcharge is applied to the fare.  

We recommend familiarizing yourself with the city and taxis fares. There is the possibility of your taxi driver going the long route to increase the total fare. It’s important to be aware of it.

Rental Cars

Rental car offices are located in the arrival halls of each terminal. There are 10 rental car companies located at JFK Airport: Advantage, Budget, Hertz, Alamo, Dollar, National, Avis, Enterprise, Payless, and Thrifty. If you’re trip is limited to New York City then it is not really necessary to rent a car. Not only can you walk to many places in the city, New York’s subway system enables you to navigate the city without dealing with traffic. The subway system covers almost every region of New York. There are also many alternatives to get from the airport to the city. However, if you are going to travel to surrounding areas and plan on renting a car you can do so at the airport and in the city. Let us remind you that renting a car isn’t cheap and parking in New York can be expensive.

Newark Liberty Intl Airport

Newark Liberty Airport is the second largest airport in New York, after JFK International Airport, handling international air traffic to the city. Newark Liberty Airport is located 23 km from Manhattan, situated between Newark and Elizabeth in New Jersey. There are many methods of transportation to get from Newark Liberty Airport to the city center, including the train, airport shuttle, rental car, or taxi. The AirTrain trains depart from the terminals and provide transportation between terminals, to the parking lot, to the hotel shuttle service departure locations, and the train station.

Train

The train is the fastest way to reach central Manhattan. To get to the airport train station you have to take the AirTrain, which is departs from each terminal. AirTrain trains run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Between 5 am and 12 am trains run every 3 minutes. From 12 am to 5 am trains run every 15 minutes. This train line is free within the airport, i.e. between terminals and the parking lot, but there is a fee to use it to get to the airport train station.

If you’re going to take the train you can buy your ticket at the airport; the AirTrain fee will be included. Keep your ticket with you until your final destination. You have to show your ticket both on the AirTrain and on the train you will be transferring to. The AirTrain trains depart from the front of the airport terminals and go to the Newark Liberty Airport Station. From here you can take the Amtrak or NJ Transit (New Jersey Transit) trains to New York Penn Station.

Penn Station is the first stop for both lines. From here you can also transfer to the PATH rapid transit system and take it to Journal Square or the World Trade center. The AirTrain to Newark Liberty Airport Station from the airport terminals takes about 10 minutes. From this station after you transfer to the NJ Transit or Amtrak train lines you can get to Newark Penn Station in approximately 15 minutes and New York Penn Station in approximately 30 minutes. 

By transferring to the PATH line from Newark Penn Station you can get to the World Trade Center in 40 minutes. The NJ Transit train line operates from 6 am to 9 pm with at least 6 trains running per hour. Between 9 pm and 11 pm the frequency of trains goes down to 4 trains per hour. You can also use the NJ Transit line to transfer to other areas outside of New York, like Jersey City and Trenton, located in New Jersey. The Amtrak trains operate less frequently.  

Amtrak trains, which operate between the airport, New York, and Philadelphia, run about every hour. You can also take the Amtrak to Boston, which takes 5 hours, or Washington DC, which takes 3 hours. You can also take an Amtrak train to get to various cities in Rhode Island, Richmond, and Connecticut.

The PATH trains are a slightly faster alternative to get to certain stops in New York, like the World Trade Center, Journal Square, or 33rd Street. You can transfer from NJ Transit to the PATH at Newark Penn Station.

Airport Shuttle Bus Service

The Newark Airport Express buses that depart from in front of the airport terminals are the fastest way to get to New York. They are also the most direct alternative, taking you to the city center without having to transfer to another vehicle. The trip can vary depending on traffic but it takes about 1 hour on average. Tickets can be purchased online. You cannot buy a ticket on the bus. These buses, which depart in front of each passenger terminal, head to 3 stops in New York: Grand Central Station, Bryant Park, and Port Authority Bus Terminal. Newark Airport Express buses operate 365 days a year.

Newark Airport Express buses operate every 30 minutes. If you want to explore other options you can look into the NJ Transit buses. NJ Transit bus lines 28, 37, 62, 67, and 107 are part of New Jersey’s public transportation system, providing transportation from the airport to New York or New Jersey.

Taxi

Another transportation method to get to the city from Newark Liberty Airport is by taxi. These taxis are New Jersey-based cabs. There is no flat-rate applied since Newark is a bit further away from Manhattan when compared to other airports in the city. The taximeter will be turned on to calculate the fare. The taxi fare will vary depending on your destination. There is an addition fee for luggage that is larger than 24 inches. The metered fare does not include charges such as bridge tolls.

If you are not familiar with the city we recommend doing some research beforehand to avoid the possibility of being taken on the longer route to increase the total fare. During rush hour taking a taxi can take longer than taking the train. Nevertheless, it provides door-to-door transportation so taxis are always a comfortable means of transportation. You can easily find a taxi at the passenger terminal exits.

Rental Car

You can find the offices of rental car companies in the arrival halls of the terminals. There are 10 rental car companies located at Newark Liberty Airport: Advantage, Budget, Hertz, Alamo, Dollar, National, Avis, Enterprise, Payless, and Thrifty. If you’re trip is limited to New York City then it is not really necessary to rent a car. Not only can you walk to many places in the city, New York’s subway system enables you to navigate the city without dealing with traffic. The subway system covers almost every region of New York.

There are also many alternatives to get from the airport to the city. However, if you are going to travel to surrounding areas and plan on renting a car you can do so at the airport and in the city. Let us remind you that renting a car isn’t cheap and parking in New York can be expensive.

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