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Old Dec 18th 2005, 11:41 pm
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Hey there,
I am flying out of JFK this coming Friday for a week. I am a bit apprehensive the long term parking will booked out when I arrive however, I cannot find any private company to make a reservation at.

Does anyone know if long term parking is ever a problem at JFK...even at xmas !?

Thanks,
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Old Dec 19th 2005, 12:24 am
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Default Re: Long Term Parking at JFK

Originally Posted by MrDub
Hey there,
I am flying out of JFK this coming Friday for a week. I am a bit apprehensive the long term parking will booked out when I arrive however, I cannot find any private company to make a reservation at.

Does anyone know if long term parking is ever a problem at JFK...even at xmas !?

Thanks,
I have parked there @ Xmas, Easter, July/August. Never had a problem. Some parking lots will be full, but others will not. Try to park near the bus stop, closest to the Bus entry point. If you are at the last bus pickup in your lot, the bus may be full by the time it gets to you. Hate that on a freezing cold 6.0 am flight. There are also several outside the airport parking Company's, never used them myself. Newark is similar. LaGuardia, now thats a different story, very minimal parking.

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Believe it or not your best bet might be to book one night in one of the airport hotels.....they frequently offer 7-14 days of free parking. Lots of hotels around Heathrow and Gatwick do the same.

I remember seeing some info about this on a local NJ website; our nearest airport is Newark but some flights are out of JFK.

For an hotel stay with long-term free parking try:

http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserR..._New_York.html

Discount coupons or/and hotel stays with free long-term parking at JFK (eg. Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza):

http://www.longtermparking.com/

For long-term parking only, see the link here:

http://www.thetravelinsider.info/200...ortparking.htm

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Just remembered something: where are you driving in from?

It might even work out cheaper to use a private car service to/from the airport instead of long-term parking.

Good car services are Carmel and Dial 7....although you will need to make a firm booking ASAP in case the MTA goes on strike tonight or in the morning:

http://www.carmelcarservice.com

http://www.dial7.com

The official website for the New York area airports (with car parking info is

http://www.panynj.com

Hope this helps!
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Default Re: Long Term Parking at JFK

Originally Posted by Englishmum
Believe it or not your best bet might be to book one night in one of the airport hotels.....they frequently offer 7-14 days of free parking. Lots of hotels around Heathrow and Gatwick do the same.

I remember seeing some info about this on a local NJ website; our nearest airport is Newark but some flights are out of JFK.

For an hotel stay with long-term free parking try:

http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserR..._New_York.html

Discount coupons or/and hotel stays with free long-term parking at JFK (eg. Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza):

http://www.longtermparking.com/

For long-term parking only, see the link here:

http://www.thetravelinsider.info/200...ortparking.htm
That is definetly an idea I had not thought of..thanks !
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Default Re: Long Term Parking at JFK

Long term parking at JFK is only $10 per day and then you take the free airtrain to the terminals.

Hotel idea from EnglishMum is a great one if you are going for a week plus. I'm only gone for 6 night, so I'm guessing any hotel will be more than $60.
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Default Re: Long Term Parking at JFK

Originally Posted by Englishmum
Believe it or not your best bet might be to book one night in one of the airport hotels.....they frequently offer 7-14 days of free parking. Lots of hotels around Heathrow and Gatwick do the same.

I remember seeing some info about this on a local NJ website; our nearest airport is Newark but some flights are out of JFK.

For an hotel stay with long-term free parking try:

http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserR..._New_York.html

Discount coupons or/and hotel stays with free long-term parking at JFK (eg. Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza):

http://www.longtermparking.com/

For long-term parking only, see the link here:

http://www.thetravelinsider.info/200...ortparking.htm
Englishmum, Marriott Fairfield Inn was doing a FOC parking deal near Newark Liberty Airport. Not sure If I have seen the sign there lately.
Reg. Frank R.
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Default Re: Long Term Parking at JFK

Originally Posted by MrDub
Hey there,
I am flying out of JFK this coming Friday for a week. I am a bit apprehensive the long term parking will booked out when I arrive however, I cannot find any private company to make a reservation at.

Does anyone know if long term parking is ever a problem at JFK...even at xmas !?

Thanks,
Try Google

The top results migth be of interest; failing that get there early and try regular long term parking.
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Originally Posted by Englishmum
Just remembered something: where are you driving in from?

It might even work out cheaper to use a private car service to/from the airport instead of long-term parking.

Good car services are Carmel and Dial 7....although you will need to make a firm booking ASAP in case the MTA goes on strike tonight or in the morning:

http://www.carmelcarservice.com

http://www.dial7.com

The official website for the New York area airports (with car parking info is

http://www.panynj.com

Hope this helps!

Dont ask !. I recently moved from Long Island to Columbus Ohio...so its about an 8 hour drive :scared: . I booked these flights months ago and recently (when I knew I would be in Columbus) tried to change my depature from JFK to O'Hare - cost $650 x 2 (me and Wife). Having heard that I thought it better to make the long haul over to New York. I am also keeping my fingers crossed for last minute flight deals to JFK but am not hopeful..
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Dont ask !. I recently moved from Long Island to Columbus Ohio...so its about an 8 hour drive :scared: . I booked these flights months ago and recently (when I knew I would be in Columbus) tried to change my depature from JFK to O'Hare - cost $650 x 2 (me and Wife). Having heard that I thought it better to make the long haul over to New York. I am also keeping my fingers crossed for last minute flight deals to JFK but am not hopeful..

Delta's regional airline (Comair) has a 'special' holiday offer on right now....between Columbus and JFK it is $198 each.....

http://www.delta.com/planning_reserv...1405/index.jsp

Wish they had Easyjet, Ryanair etc. over here.....
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Delta's regional airline (Comair) has a 'special' holiday offer on right now....between Columbus and JFK it is $198 each.....

http://www.delta.com/planning_reserv...1405/index.jsp

Wish they had Easyjet, Ryanair etc. over here.....
Thanks, I checked this deal out, unfortuanatly the cheapest fare I can get on my select dates is $479 per person. Easyjet or Ryanair would be nice right about now !.
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I've used this website to book off-airport parking at Newark before (usually a bit cheaper than going directly to the companies involved) -

http://www.airportparkinglots.com/
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Originally Posted by MrDub
Does anyone know if long term parking is ever a problem at JFK...even at xmas !?

Thanks,
I've parked there over Xmas / New Year with no problems...... If you have a handicapped badge, you can park in the short term car park and only pay the long term rates. This means you get to park about 100 feet from the terminal entrance instead of 3.7 miles away.
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Thanks, I checked this deal out, unfortuanatly the cheapest fare I can get on my select dates is $479 per person. Easyjet or Ryanair would be nice right about now !.
What about a bus? At least you can sleep for some of those 8 hours.
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What about a bus? At least you can sleep for some of those 8 hours.
nahh...Im sure 8 hours driving by car at 75mph = 15 hours driving on a bus (+ stops/connections). I was thinking of a train but unfortunatly I would have to travel half way around the country to actually get to my destination !. Also apparently you cannot book a seat on a greyhound you would just have to hope on each connection there are some free seats...too stressful me thinks.
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