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Everything was great. I would def use the service again. Keep up the good work!
Everyone were more then helpful and courteous
Tiffany at the Greater Rochester Airport was absolutely wonderful! The airline crew was so friendly, kind & in great spirit & the flight itself was a breeze. THANK YOU! I will be flying Jet Blue again.
This new system in checking in is a little hard for me have not traveled in a while. Some attendants are not happy to help.
|Number of Daily Flights||38|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jan 24|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jan 25|
|Popular Airlines||JetBlue Airways|
Rochester Monroe County (ROC) Airport, located in the north central portion of New York State, can be found on Brooks Avenue. If you are not interested in driving, taxis and shuttles frequently make the trip to the airport. Typical flight times are an hour to New York John F Kennedy International (JFK) Airport. To avoid some of the traffic, use the AirTrain to connect to either the New York bus and subway system or the Long Island Rail Road.
New York is a busy place year round so plan to do lots of walking in The Big Apple. Bus tours as well as walking tours are a great way to get acquainted with the city and some of its major attractions. For an interesting view of the New York skyline, head up to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck. The view is stunning both day and night. To take a break from the constant rush, slip away to Central Park and take advantage of the walkways. Many find it hard to believe that the park lies in the middle of such a busy city.
January is the coldest month of the year, but many brave the temperatures to be here for New Year's Eve. Spring temperatures are cool and often accompanied by spring showers. Summers are hot in NYC. In the fall, things begin to cool off.