Chevrolet SparkUSD 48.1 /day
Toyota Corolla AutomaticUSD 53.2 /day
Nissan Note AutomaticUSD 49.3 /day
Chevrolet Spark AutomaticUSD 57.7 /day
JFK airport car rentals deals with leading suppliers such as, ACE, Sixt, Dollar Retail, Advantage Rent a Car, Europcar, Alamo, and National, to get you value for money deals. Book a deal online in three steps, as we let you select a car of your choice, from compacts to sedans, minivans to SUVs, and as well as other high-end luxury cars. We also offer 24/7 JFK Airport car rental reservation helpline in case you find trouble booking your car with us.
Situated about 12 miles south-east of Lower Manhattan, John F. Kennedy International Airport is one of the busiest aviation hubs in North America. While the airport serves as a base for American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, and Delta Air Lines, there are more than seventy other leading airlines operating out of JFK, with scheduled flights to all major airports across the globe. JFK International along with Newark Liberty and LaGuardia, form the largest airport system of the United States of America.
The World-class airport terminal is finely equipped to include facilities of bars, cafes, food courts and lounges distributed all across Terminals 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 and 8. With more than one hundred retail outlets located within the airport complex, you can splurge on whatever you feel like.
Popular shopping items include– travel accessories, cosmetics, duty-free goods, electronics items, toys, books, jewellery and clothes. There are also exclusive confectionery outlets selling the world famous New York chocolates. One can even locate other convenience stores near Jamaica Station. Retail outlets here are broadly concentrated around Vertical Circulation Building and LIRR Portal Bridge. One of the prime highlights of JFK International is its capacity of accommodating over 17,000 cars at multilevel parking garages, open car parks and parking lots.
The other essential amenities rendered at the airport comprise of- medical office, pet relief area, rest rooms, charging station, Internet café, bar, ATM, baggage storage and airport plaza. The airport is also conveniently located near various airport hotels and motels, so even accommodation is easily arranged.
The US Interstate Highway Network gives prudence to New York City via its major routes, I-76, I-78, I-80, and I-95 connecting NYC to Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Miami, Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington DC.
Even though city administration stresses on how NYC may not be too 'car-friendly' a place, but there is no stopping an enthusiastic traveler from enjoying the scenic delights and landscapes that are best experienced in a rental car. With your dream wheels in hand, you can then head to your destination without being bothered by climate, traffic and road. Take for instance, the longest north-south highway, Route 22 is an excellent road stretching all the way to Canada. If fond of road trips, it cannot get better than this in NYC to unwind at suburbs, local villages and green farmlands.
While driving in the heart of the crowded metropolitan can be arduous, a car seems perfect to explore boroughs or drive down to the notable attractions of Central Park, Statue of Liberty, Time Square or even the inviting Coney Island.