By airNew York is served by three airports: John F Kennedy International and LaGuardia, both in Queens, and Newark International in New Jersey.
By railLong-haul services (Amtrak), New Jersey Transit and Long Island Railroad trains use Penn Station as a terminal. Local and commuter services use both Penn and Grand Central Station.
By busThe Port authority Bus Terminal at Eight avenue, between 40th/42nd Streets, handles long-distance and commuter services.
By seaQueen Elizabeth II and cruise ship passengers arrive in mid-Manhattan at the Passenger Ship Terminal which extends from 48th to 52nd Streets. The air-conditioned terminal has streamlined baggage-handling and customs facilities, and bus connections to midtown.
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