Shoreline Aviation is a leading provider of private and corporate jet charter services. You choose your aircraft - from Piston Twins to Heavy Jets - and we'll schedule the plane that suits your needs. We arrange private charters to and from La Guardia (LGA), John F. Kennedy International (JFK), and Newark, New Jersey (EWR).
We also offer flights to - and departing from - all other airports serving the general public.
To avoid New York city airport traffic congestion and longer airline security lines, consider Westchester County Airport (HPN), located just 30 miles north of Manhattan; and Teterboro Airport (TEB), only 12 miles southeast of Midtown Manhattan.
Other New York area aiports to consider include Republic Airport (FRG), one mile east of Farmingdale and 40 miles from Manhattan; Long Island MacArthur (ISP), seven miles northeast of Islip hamlet; Stewart International Airport (SWF), 60 miles north of New York City at the intersection of I-87 and Interstate 84; and Linden Aiport (LDJ), just south of Newark in Linden, NJ.
Call us to discuss your New York travel itinerary. We're happy to answer any questions and help you plan your tr
In every country, there is at least one beautiful city that becomes a magnet for visitors and tourists. And the United States certainly boasts many attractive cities. However, no city brings it all together in such grand fashion as the Big Apple, host to more than 50 million visitors each year!
With a population of over eight million people, New York City is the largest city in the US -- and with more than 800 different spoken languages represented throughout the city, it is also most certainly one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world.
New York City is made up of five different boroughs including Brooklyn and Manhattan, the central point of NYC. Some of the city’s best attractions include the symbolic Statue of Liberty and towering Empire State Building, renowned Madison Square Garden and not-to-be-missed Bowery Ballroom, as well as Central Park’s acres of beautiful trees, paths, and winding water ways. And perhaps the most iconic spot, for both tourists and residents, is Times Square – home to hundreds of fine restaurants and stores, and the location of this country’s biggest New Year’s celebration.
These great attractions are just the tip of the iceberg, and for more great vacation ideas and for a list of New York City Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, and other accommodation options, visit the official New York City Visitor's Bureau (CVB).