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Travelling to New York JFK airport by car and would like somewhere to park? You’re in luck! Here on the ParkCloud website, you’ll find somewhere to park your car just a short distance away from New York JFK airport. Booking is fast and simple. Why not help get your trip off to a good start by pre-booking parking right here on the ParkCloud website.
The open air New York JFK airport parking operates a valet service. Using a valet service is the most hassle-free way to park. Simply leave your car at the car park entrance, get on the shuttle bus provided and sit back, relax and wait until you’ve reached the airport terminal. Book your airport parking for New York JFK airport through the ParkCloud website and you can relax safe in the knowledge your car is in safe hands while you are away.
For a guaranteed parking space just minutes away from New York JFK airport, pre-book now through the ParkCloud website.
How do I book my New York JFK Airport parking?
Finding a parking space takes just a few minutes when you use the ParkCloud website. To make a booking just enter the dates and times you plan to drop off and pick up your vehicle and then click the ‘search’ button. Next, simply choose the car park you want, then complete the booking form with the information requested. Your booking is now complete! In a few minutes, you’ll receive a confirmation email of your booking, which includes all the information needed for your journey.
If you need further help on how to make a booking, please visit our ‘How to book’ page.
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New York JFK airport is a major airport in the borough of Queens in New York City. It is the base of operations for JetBlue Airways and a major international gateway hub for American Airlines and Delta Air Lines.
Established in 1948 under the name of New York International Airport, the airport was more commonly known as Idlewild Airport until 1963, when it was renamed in memory of John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States.