Lower Prices

Reserving with our parking lots can save you up to 70% compared to on-location parking.

Easy Transportation

Most lots are close to the airport. Shuttles run frequently to take you to the airport & back.

Parking Security

You will have a guaranteed spot with your reservation. Your car will be parked safely for your entire trip.

Discounted Rates for Long Term Parking

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Hotel & Parking Package Savings

Staying at a hotel & leaving your car parked there can save you money due to cheaper daily prices.

Parking Only - Long Term Discounts

Some parking lots will have discounted prices when you stay for 7 days or longer.

All LGA Airport Parking Lots

Airpark LaGuardia
Excellent(4.7, 1238 Reviews)
0.5 miles from LGA
Free Shuttle
Park For U (LGA)
Excellent(4.7, 3 Reviews)
2.3 miles from LGA
Marco LaGuardia Hotel and Suites
Excellent(4.7, 174 Reviews)
2.3 miles from LGA
Free Shuttle
Purchase Park 2 Fly (LGA)
Excellent(4.6, 273 Reviews)
0.4 miles from LGA
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LGA Airport Parking Summary
Number of options:9
Nearest to LGA:Purchase Park 2 Fly (LGA)
Most popular:Airpark LaGuardia
Alternative options:LGA Hotel + Parking Package

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LaGuardia (LGA) Airport Guide

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Pros of LaGuardia

LaGuardia Airport, located in Queens, NY, is one of the most well-known airports in all of the United States. As a frequently used airport, it offers plenty to keep travelers entertained before, after, and between flights. It's also appreciated for being close to the excitement in New York City. For food, you can find great dining options around the airport. These include Yankee Clipper, Asian Chao, and Bowery Bay Caf?. If you're looking primarily for something to satisfy a light craving, you stop over at Dunkin' Donuts/Baskin Robbins, Einstein Bros. Bagels, or grab a pretzel at Auntie Anne's.

For shopping, you can find all sorts of unique gifts and things to bring with you on the trip. You can pick up great clothes at Eddie Bauer, Lacoste, or Desigual. If you need some extra travel supplies, head to TUMI. Want to pick up the perfect gift for a friend or loved one? Head over to CIBO Express Gourmet Market. If you just want something to read, there are plenty of Hudson News locations at LaGuardia.

You can also connect easily to the internet with the complimentary Wi-Fi offered by LaGuardia. You simply need to fire up your laptop or another internet-capable device, open the Wi-FI settings and select "Boingo Hotspot." Once you've opened your browser and followed all the prompts for connecting, you'll be ready to explore the net.

Cons of LaGuardia

Some of the concerns voiced regarding LaGuardia have been regarding the amount of space available to travelers. Many have said that there aren't enough seating options available to properly accommodate all those who come through on a regular basis. Others have had issues with there not being adequate signage and having difficulty navigating around the airport as a result.

Fun at LaGuardia

If you're looking for ways to pass the time before your flight at LaGuardia, there are plenty of ways to do so. In addition to the shops and restaurants, and complimentary Wi-FI. there is also a charging station located at Terminal A. This terminal also has a pet relief area for service dogs and other mandatory pets. If you really want to unwind, you should check out The Centurion Lounge, which is located between Concourses B and C. For international travelers, you can easily exchange your money for American dollars at the Travelex Currency Exchange.

History of LaGuardia

LaGuardia was opened for business in 1939. Its site is actually where the Gala Amusement Park used to be. Terminal B became the second terminal in 1964. Then, C and D followed in 1983 and 1992, respectively.

Tens of millions of people fly through LaGuardia every year. This ranges from tourists excited to see New York City in person, businesspeople with important work to conduct, and families traveling to see one another across the country and around the world. To help make this possible and to ensure the best travel possible for its valued guests, LaGuardia employs over 12,000 people. Plus, business activity through LaGuardia has brought over $18 billion into the local economy in the New York-New Jersey region.

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