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JFK International Airport (JFK), located in Queens, in New York City and about 12 miles (19 km) from Lower Manhattan., is ranked top in the world for the number of passengers it serves each year. Almost every major domestic and international airline operates out of JFK International airport providing flights across the U.S. and around the world. In particular, it is major gateway for long-haul flights to and from the west cost, Europe, Australasia and Latin America. JFK International Airport consists of 9 separate terminals to handle all of those passengers including the always bustling Terminal 4 and JetBlue terminal. If you need to switch terminals to catch a connecting flight, you have two options: walk (check distances before you embark on this with luggage) or take the free airline connections shuttle Airtrain that runs every 12 to 15 minutes. If you have time between flights, live out enjoy some of the fine Restaurants located the many terminals found through out JFK airport. Back on earth, JFK has a reputation for being difficult to navigate and prone to delays, especially in the immigration lines for international arrivals, so be sure to plan accordingly.

plane facts

The Transportation Security Administration has instituted the inspection of all checked baggage at all airports in the U.S. as of January 1, 2003, and told travelers that they should not lock their checked luggage. Here are some additional tips that will help you to speed your trip through the screening process:

JFK Don't put film in your checked baggage, as the screening equipment will damage it.

JFK Consider putting personal belongings in clear plastic bags to reduce the chance that a TSA screener will have to handle them.

JFK Pack shoes, boots, sneakers, and other footwear on top of other contents in your luggage.

JFK Avoid over-packing your bag so that the screener will be able to easily reseal your bag if it is opened for inspection. If possible, spread your contents over several bags. Check with your airline or travel agent for maximum weight limitations.

JFK Avoid packing food and drink items in checked baggage.

JFK Don't stack piles of books or documents on top of each other; spread them out within your baggage.

The agency also advised travelers not to put wrapped presents in their bags--even in their checked bags--since they would have to be opened if the bag is searched.

Additionally, air travelers are advised to use cable or zip ties as an alternative to baggage locks. If a checked bag is searched, a statement to that effect will be inserted in the bag to notify the owner.

The Transportation Security Administration also is asking passengers to remove all their electronics from their pockets or bags and put them through the X-ray machine at the security checkpoint, and air travelers will still be required to remove laptop computers from their cases before they're screened.

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