La Guardia Airport Guide (LGA)
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Wireless internet is available in the airport for an hourly and daily rate. Food courts or food vendors are available in each terminal, although it is unknown if there are any 24-hour food options.
LaGuardia Airport has seven parking lots to choose from. Lots P6 and P7 offer parking within easy access of Terminal A. Parking in Lots P6 and P7 costs $8 for an hour and $33 for 24 hours. Lot P1 and Parking Garage P2 offer parking close to Terminal B. Parking in Lot P1 and Parking Garage P2 costs $8 for an hour and $33 for 24 hours. Lot P4 offers parking near Terminal C and costs $8 for an hour and $33 for 24 hours. Lot P5 offers parking near Terminal D and costs $8 for an hour and $33 for 24 hours. Long-term parking can be located in Lot P3 and costs $33 for the first 24 hours, $66 for 48 hours, and $6 for each 8-hour period after 48 hours.
LaGuardia Airport (LGA) is located in Queens, a northern borough of New York City. In 2012, LaGuardia handled more than 27 million passengers. The airport was named in honor of Fiorello La Guardia, a past mayor of New York. Built on the site of the Old Gala Amusement Park, LGA opened in 1939 and combines with JFK International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport to create the largest airport system in the United States.
Transfer between Terminals
LaGuardia has four terminals connected by buses and walkways. The terminals are designated Terminals A, B, C, and D. Terminals C and D and most of Terminal A are operated by Delta Air Lines. Terminal A serves a majority of LGA’s overseas flights, Terminal B handles domestic flights, Terminal C handles Delta, WestJet, and US Airways flights, and Terminal D hosts Delta. Terminal D is connected to Terminal C by a 600-foot walkway. Terminal A is home of the largest mural created by the Works Progress Administration Federal Arts Program. Travelers connecting between terminals can use the shuttle bus service. Shuttle Bus Route A stops at all terminals and Shuttle Bus Route B stops at all terminals except for Terminal A. There are also courtesy buses to transfer between parking lots and terminals.
Nearby Airport Hotels
Courtyard by Marriott LaGuardia, 9010 Ditmars Blvd, East Elmhurst, NY 11369, This Marriott boasts on-site dining, free wireless internet, and a free 24-hour shuttle bus service. Hampton Inn New York LaGuardia Airport, 102-40 Ditmars Boulevard, East Elmhurst, NY 11369, This Hampton Inn features complimentary breakfast, free wireless internet, and free shuttle service.
Transport into Town
Bus: Several buses serve the airport and connect travelers to the New York City Subway system and Long Island Rail Road: Bus M60 stops at all terminals, Q47 stops at Terminal A, Q48 stops at all terminals, and Q70 Limited stops at all terminals except Terminal A. Taxi: Taxis are available at each terminal and provide metered fares. Uniformed taxi dispatchers help to direct travelers at each taxi station. Airport Transfers: Various shuttles are available to connect travelers to JFK Airport and Newark Airport.
LaGuardia Airport is home to a handful of special lounges. Delta Sky Club has two locations in the airport, one is located on the Concourse level, the other is located behind the ticket counter. United Club is located in the United Terminal behind the ticket counter on the 3rd Floor, and is open from 5am - 8:30pm. Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge is located in the Central Terminal Building in Concourse A on Level 3, and is open from 5:15am - 8:30pm. US Airways Club has a club in the US Airways Terminal, and American Admiral's Club also hosts a club in LGA.
Nearly twenty airports operate out of LGA. LaGuardia Airport is a hub for Delta Air Lines and a focus city for American Airlines and American Eagle.
Cheap Flights to La Guardia
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