New York is one of the most exciting and busiest cities in the world, whilst this is a reason why people love visiting this glittering city, it can be overwhelming when trying to get from A to B. Finding your way from John F. Kennedy Airport can be complicated, so we’ve broken down the available options to ensure you can plan your arrival with ease.
There are three main transport options for those wanting to travel from JFK Airport to Penn Station; by subway, by train or by taxi. The cheapest option is the subway, costing just $11 (€10). Alternatively, you can take a JFK Airport taxi or private shuttle if you want a faster, more comfortable journey. The ride takes about 45 minutes depending on traffic levels. Lastly, the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) from JFK to Penn Station is a great value-for-money option and is significantly faster than the subway.Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to New York at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.