Skip the line for taxis with an NYC bus rental. Charter a private bus for pick-up and drop-off at LGA. Depending on the size of your group, you’ll want to rent either a coach bus (handles up to 55 passengers) or a mini coach bus (handles less than 21 passengers). Whichever bus type you choose, it will be much easier and so much more fun than coordinating an army of yellow cabs.
Named after the 99th mayor of New York City, Fiorello La Guardia, LGA has been serving world travelers since 1939. Before that it operated as an airport for private planes, and before that it was the grounds of an amusement park. Since it began handling commercial flights, LGA has welcomed millions of passengers to NYC. Hidden within the airport is a monument to the history of American aviation: the Marine Air Terminal. It was originally used as a base for seaplanes, but since landing on water went out of fashion, it was repurposed and renovated. During its first renovation, the famous James Brooks mural, entitled “Flight,” was covered up, leaving a great hole in the hearts of LGA passengers and staff. In 1980, one devoted employee raised funds to have the painting restored. In 1982, the freshly painted terminal was declared a National Historic Place. It now stands as a beautiful secret to wander through when you’re waiting for a connecting flight.
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New York’s glamorous skyscrapers and streets that never sleep attract travelers from across the world – and with good reason! The city is also a go-to destination to discover the best in gastronomy, entertainment, performing arts, and sporting events. Rarely skipping a beat, New York will surely keep you busy during your stay.