New York, United States of America (US)
LaGuardia Airport has four terminals: Terminal A, B, C, and D, with direct access from the Grand Central Parkway. Complimentary 30-minute Wi-Fi service is available throughout the terminals.
Travelling between terminals
The airport offers a complimentary airport shuttle bus service between our terminals, parking lots and car service pick-up. All bus routes ride on a frequency of 8-10 minutes (peak) and 15 minutes (non-peak).
- The Purple Route Bus serves Terminals B, C, and D
- The Red Route Bus serves Terminals A, C, and D
- The Blue Route Bus serves Terminals A and B
LaGuardia airport is centrally located in the northern part of the New York City borough of Queens.
Ignore offers of rides from solicitors in the terminal – this is illegal and many solicitors are unlicensed. Head to the ground transportation information counters, located on the lower baggage claim level. Fares to Upper Manhattan range from USD 29-37, plus any tolls for peak time surcharges (USD 0.50-1).
The NYC Airporter is a shuttle bus that departs approximately every 30 minutes and stops at the Port Authority Bus Terminal, Grand Central Station, and Penn Station. The fare is USD 16 one-way and the bus stops right outside of the baggage pick-up area at each terminal. Travel times vary, but average journey time is 90 minutes to Manhattan.
The M60 bus travels from all LaGuardia terminals to Upper Manhattan via Astoria Blvd in Queens and West 106 Street and Broadway. The bus also connects to the N and Q subway trains, the 4, 5, and 6 trains, and the Metro-North Railroad. The fare is USD 2.75 (with MetroCard or exact change); single-ride tickets cost USD 3. Passengers using the MetroCard are allowed free transfers at buses and subways.
There are airside hydration stations to fill up water bottles before your flights.
Terminal A, airside, gate A3
Terminal B, airside, gate B5, C10, D6
Terminal C, airside, gate C15
Terminal D, airside, gate D1, D4
There are a number of vegan and kosher prepared food options at LGA: sandwiches, salads, and wraps.
Yummy, Fresko, Fresko Green Label and Star K are the sandwich labels to look for.
CIBO Express Gourmet Market
Terminal B, airside,
Terminal C, airside, near gate C31
Terminal C, airside, gate C15
Terminal C, airside, near gate C24, across from Crust
Terminal C, airside, CIBO express food hall
Terminal C, airside, between gate C28 and C29
Terminal D, airside, gate 11
Terminal D, airside, CIBO express food hall
Available Sun-Fri (no deliveries on Shabbat).
Power outlets are easy to find in all of the terminals. Complimentary power poles are available after security in the Central Terminal building in all four concourses.
There is also a charge bar and charging stations throughout Terminal B:
Charge Bar: Terminal B, before security, above food court
Charging Station: Terminal B, after security, throughout A Gates
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