Also, there is always the danger that you may become stuck in traffic in the busy roads around the airport. Public transport links are often the better option and many major airports around the world now offer good train and bus links to the nearest cities and the surrounding neighborhoods.
- In terms of John F. Kennedy airport in New York, the transport links to nearby towns and cities is as good as any, though getting to a smaller town such as New London, may involve a change of train.
- The Amtrak train which runs between Boston, MA and New York City stops at New London station on its way through. The Northeast Acela Express is fast and regular with cheaper tickets being able to be booked in advance.
- It may be your best bet to take this train as far as New York City and then take advantage of one of the many airport link options from Grand Central Station, which will take you directly to JFK Airport. An airport bus from Grand Central Station will take around 30 minutes and cost about $15 for a one-way trip, though return fares are available. You can find out more at www.nyairportservice.com/
- Checkout fares and train times at www.amtrak.com