JFK Airport Informational Guide to John F. Kennedy International - New York (JFK) - NON OFFICIAL

Q3 Bus JFK

From JFK Airport there are several bus options available to move around. Q3 bus line is a good option. 

Another popular bus option at JFK. A great election if you do not carry a lot of luggage with you. 

Q3 Route

This bus line covers the route between Queens and John F. Kennedy Airport. It goes through Jamaica Street, Hollis, St Albans, among others. A good option if you do not carry a lot of luggage with you. 

Along the route, there are connections to metro and train too. 

Service hours: 24/7. 

Find here more information about schedules and route. 

Bus JFK Airport
Public buses in JFK. 


Where to take the bus? 

Bus station is located at Terminal 5. In order to get there if you are in another terminal it is advised to take the AirTrain. Find more information in the AirTrain section. 


Single ticket is $2.90. 



Metrocard is the integrated system to travel through public transportation in New York Metropolitan area. One single way is $2.90 and passengers can travel by MTA subways and buses. Metrocard is rechargeable and travelers can do transfers for free between subways and buses.

To buy a MetroCard: purchase it at the Vending Machines or in the information point in the main stations.

Children: 44 inches tall & under travel for free.

*All Buses accept MetroCard or exact change (coins only) with the exception of Select Bus Service (SBS).

For more bus options, you can visit this section.