Egypt Holidays From NYC

JFK International Airport is operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which manages the three other major airports in the New York metropolitan area, Newark Liberty International Airport, LaGuardia Airport and Teterboro Airport. Over ninety airlines operate out of JFK in the 6 inhabited contents with non-stop or direct flights. It is the base of operations for JetBlue Airways and is a major international gateway hub for American Airlines and Delta Air Lines.

JFK has 6 operating airline terminals, 4 runways and 128 aircraft gates serve the terminals.In 2017, John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), handled more than 58.9 million passengers, reaching a new annual record. JFK is the 6th busiest airport in USA, the busiest international air passenger gateway in the United States and the busiest airport in the New York City airport system.

From JFK airport in a daily basis Egyptair runs daily flight to cairo 10 hours and 30 minutes

and you will get to the land of the pyramids , home of civilization ,and the most beautiful weather all year around .

Expect JFK is a large airport involve of six terminals, connected by AirTrain on the landside.Flight cancellations and detention due to inclement weather, especially during the hibernate.

If you have found yourself with a layover at JFK Airport, you may now be wondering what to do with your time....besides sleep! A layover in JFK isn’t exactly the best news for any traveler. Despite its location in New York City, the airport doesn’t offer the excitement that one might expect from a main air traffic hub for the largest city in the United States.That said, here are 10 things to do on a layover at JFK Airport.

Check out an airport lounge

There’s nothing like turning a hectic travel day into a rest and relaxation day. That’s the beauty of JFK’s plentiful airport lounges. Virgin Atlantic’s JFK Clubhouse is rated among the best lounges in the world and known for its distinctive purple lighting, large red leather sofas, and the Clubhouse Spa featuring Dr. Haushka’s products and treatments. Luxury travelers can cash in on the JFK Clubhouse’s massage, facial and foot treatments right after playing a rousing game of pool. They can even get haircuts.

For those of us who don’t fall into the privileged few with Virgin America First Class and Main Cabin Select status, it may be helpful to note that it only costs $25 to gain access to the Airspace Lounge in Terminal 5, which has excellent food, peace and quiet, and even shower facilities. Visit our JFK Airport Guide for more information about the airport's lounges.

Eat

JFK offers some excellent dining options for all budgets. The Shake Shack has a location in Terminal 4 that offers all the favorites of its outside-the-airport locations including breakfast sandwiches and excellent coffee. Meat lovers will appreciate Terminal 4’s Blue Smoke on the Road, which serves ribs, sausages and sandwiches.

Famous New York chef Andrew Carmellini opened the Croque Madame in Terminal 2. Diners have raved about the sandwich shop’s open faced sandwiches, crepes, and made to order salads.

For those looking for a lighter snack, Deep Blue Sushi in Terminal 5 is known for serving “the best sushi you will probably ever eat in an airport.” Customers often come early or stay late after their flights just to try out the restaurant’s fresh selection. Deep Blue Sushi also offers grab and go meals.

Drink

While the aforementioned Shake Shack is known for swinging the occasional craft beer along with a variety of other alcoholic beverages, the BRKLYN Beer Garden in Terminal 2 is another great option for any passengers looking to relax before a long flight. Customers are split on the merits of the Beer Garden’s iPad ordering system, though many find its doubling as an internet connection and game station to be an enjoyable amenity. A word to the wise regarding this spot: while the beer selection is great, passengers may be advised to eat elsewhere.

For those with more refined tastes, Vino Volo Wine Shop has a location in Terminal 8 that has been highly appreciated by passengers for its excellent wine, great food selection, plentiful charging stations and free Wi-Fi.