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Where We’ll Meet You

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Finding your limousine driver in a crowded airport terminal is never been anyone’s idea of fun. After a long flight the last thing you need is any more stress, especially when you’re exhausted. To solve this problem, we at Driver’s Unlimited have come up with a comprehensive list of meeting locations for the major airports in the New York City area.

JFK AIRPORT (Queens, New York)

Terminal 1: There are four levels (from top to bottom: Concourse, Departures, Mezzanine, and Arrivals). The meeting location is the revolving door that exits the terminal in the downstairs arrival level. This is located near the Eurocafe Restaurant on the same floor.

 

Terminal 2: There are two levels (upstairs is Departures, downstairs is Arrivals). The meeting location is the exit door from the baggage claim area on the Arrivals level. This is located next to the Hudson News store.

  Terminal 3: There are two levels (upstairs is Departures, downstairs is Arrivals).  
  • Domestic Arrivals: The meeting location is the car rental desk on the Arrivals level.
  • International Arrivals (via Gate A): The meeting location is at the newsstand on the right side of the Arrivals level.
  • International Arrivals (via Gate C): The meeting location is at the Dunkin Donuts on the left side of the Arrivals level.
Terminal 4: There are three levels (from top to bottom: Concourse, Departures, and Arrivals).  
  • International Arrivals: The meeting location is the currency exchange desk on the Arrivals level.
  • Domestic Arrivals: Meeting location is at the end of the walkway at the bottom of the escalators/stairway on the Arrivals level.
Terminal 5: There are three levels (from top to bottom: Departures, Skywalk, and Arrivals). The meeting location is the Dunkin Donuts, next to Chiba Express Restaurant, on the Arrivals level.   Terminal 7: There are three levels (from top to bottom: Concourse, Departures, and Arrivals).
     
  • International Arrivals: The meeting location is outside the exit door from customs, near the ground transportation desk on the Arrivals level.
  • Domestic Arrivals: Meeting location is outside the corridor that exits the baggage claim area on the Arrivals level.
Terminal 8: There are four levels (from top to bottom: Concourse C, Concourse B, Departures, and Arrivals).  
  • International Arrivals: The meeting location is outside the door exiting security on the Arrivals level. It is next to the Hudson News store.
  • Domestic Arrivals: The meeting location is outside the door exiting security on the Arrivals level. It is next to the Eurocafe Restaurant.
LA GUARDIA  AIRPORT (Queens, New York)

Central Terminal: There are three levels (from top to bottom: Upper, Departures, and Arrivals).

  • Concourse A: The meeting location is the Continental service desk by the baggage claim on the Arrivals level.
  • Concourse B: The meeting location is at the bottom of the ramp to Concourse B.
  • Concourse C: The meeting location is the express parking meter by the baggage claim on the Arrivals level.
  • Concourse D: The meeting location is at the Hudson News next to the baggage claim on the Arrivals level.

Terminal C:

 
  • Gates 1-12: The meeting location next to Hudson News on the downstairs Arrivals level.
  • Gates 15-22: The meeting location is on the Arrivals level directly outside security.

Terminal D: The meeting location is the coffee stand on the downstairs Arrivals level.

Marine Air Terminal A: The meeting location is the entrance to baggage claim.

NEWARK AIRPORT (Newark, New Jersey)

Terminal A: There are four levels (from top to bottom: Concourse, Upper, Arrivals, and Lower). There are three “legs” in this terminal: A1 Gates (A-10 to A-18), A2 Gates (A-20 to A-28), and A3 Gates (A-30 to A-39). Each leg has an escalator that takes arriving passengers to the Arrivals level. The meeting location is at the bottom of the escalator that services the corresponding gate.

 

Terminal B: There are four levels (from top to bottom: Concourse, Upper, Arrivals, and Lower).

 
  • International Arrivals: The meeting location is on the Arrivals level outside of customs.
  • Domestic Arrivals: The meeting location is the ground transportation desk in between the baggage claim areas on the Arrivals level.

Terminal C: There are four levels (from top to bottom: Concourse, Upper, Arrivals, and Lower). There are three “legs” in this terminal: C1 Gates (C-70 to C-90), C2 Gates (C-101 to C-115), and C3 Gates (C-120 to C-139). Each leg has an escalator that takes arriving passengers to the Arrivals level. The meeting location is at the bottom of the escalator that services the corresponding gate.

 

Domestic Arrivals: (Gates C-70 to C-115) The meeting location is at the bottom of the escalator that services the corresponding gate.

 

International Arrivals: (Gates C-120 to C-139) The meeting location is outside customs on the Arrivals level, next to Starbucks.

WESTCHESTER AIRPORT (White Plains, NY)

Due to the difficulty of the driver finding a parking spot, all arriving passengers should call us when they are ready to exit the terminal and the car will meet them curbside.

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