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WIFI Internet Access

JetBlue customers traveling through JFK Terminal 6 can use their laptop computers or other wireless enabled devices to access their corporate network, check email, surf the web or download files, all at no charge.

- park yourself near a JetBlue wireless hotspot sign
- you have to set the SSID to "default" or "any"
- accept the Terms & Conditions and you can start surfing
- you will be redirected to for free access to the Internet.



Hi! i'll be arriving at JFK airport on May 22,2011 around 8:30pm :) how much is the fare if I'm going to ride a taxi from JFK airport going to Port Authority?

Can I buy a ticket without a Voucher at the airport service bus going to Port Authority?

Forget a cab. Take the monorail to Jamaica and then either the subway or LIRR to Manhatten first: you can take the E train from Jamaica center to 42nd and 8th ave or the LIRR to Penn Station and then walk over to 42nd and 8th

I will arrive to JFK next Month voming from Cairo by Egypt Air with my Family to visit LA and i will have 5 hours transit time to take a flight to LAX , do you think that i have a chance to let my Family Visit Newyork city or better to stay at Airpot , If you recommend to stay at Airport what you recommend to do in this transit time .
Thanks inadvance

5 hours is not enough to go outside the airport,however, you may if you wish visit some food courts and shopping malls at terminal 4 departure level just before security.Food is good and shopping malls will take you some time.

I'll be arriving from London to JFK (AA141) and my friend will be arriving from Miami to JFK (AA2086). I guess we'll be arriving to different terminals. We won't have access to mobile phones. Can you suggest a meeting point? Maybe the baggage claim level?

Both flights will be at terminal 8 so terminal 8 arrivals hall by the welcome center would be a good meeting point.

dude, no welcome center at t8, it is ground transportation desk

I never befriended you show little more respect on this forum board for people helping nice passengers

I have an upcoming international flight. My lay over will be at jfk. I will have to wait for a good 8 hours for my next flight. What do you suggest I do while waiting. Any nice shops, cafe you can suggest? Lili

You can visit the entire airport while you wait for your connecting flight. Use air train to transfer between terminals but also keep in mind not to leave the airport on air train because you will get charged if you wish to get back. While you are at the airport you can do some shopping and every terminal has coffee and snack shops where you can sit and relax. Also there are some stores where you can get NYC nice gadgets especially my favorite ones at terminal 4.

There is free WiFi connection in Terminal 3 and 4? If any, what are they? Thanks

Besides Jet Blue free wireless service everybody can use the wireless at any other terminal. Here are the instructions for that(taken from the official JFK web site):

"WiFi is available in most public areas within most terminals. Get online near the ticket counters, boarding gates, designated work stations and food courts.

Choose a daily plan or use your existing WiFi account.

1. Pay as you go: $4.95 per hour
2. Day Pass: Unlimited access for a 24-hour period, $7.95
3. Unlimited Access: Sign up for a monthly subscription and get unlimited access at more than 100,000 hotspots worldwide, $9.95 per month
4. Existing WiFi Account: If you have an existing WiFi account, you can connect using your user name and password

Wireless access is provided by Boingo Wireless Company. Customer service is available seven days a week, 24 hours per day. Call toll free (800) 550-5030."


So I guess your short answer is, NO, JFK does not gave free internet. Sucks.

Does 3 yr. olds. need documentation from parent not traveling, in order to leave the contry


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