Airports/Ground Transportation

New Haven is accessible from a number of area airports. Of the major airports, New Haven is approximately 1.5 hours from LaGuardia Airport (New York), 2 hours from JFK Airport (New York), and 2.5 hours from both Newark Airport (New Jersey) and Logan Airport (Boston). See below for details.

Tweed-New Haven Airport

Tweed-New Haven Airport is very small, with flights only to Philadelphia, but is only a 10-minute drive to the Yale Campus. Taxi rides are approximately $25 per trip. Taxi service in the New Haven area is available from Metro Taxi (203-777-7777) and Heritage Taxi: (203-466-6666). Rental cars are available at the airport but are not necessary for getting to New Haven or getting around the city.

Bradley International Airport

Connecticut Limousine Service provides shared van transportation (1 hour, $49 one way or $94 round trip). Reservations are not necessary, but may be made via the website. Look for Ground Transportation signs in the baggage area of the airport and go to the Connecticut Limousine telephone. Pick up the telephone and tell the dispatcher where you are and he/she will tell you where and when to meet the bus. The Connecticut Limousine Terminal in New Haven (located at Union Station, 50 Union Avenue, New Haven) is about a 10-minute taxi ride to The Wright Lab.
Rental cars are available at the airport but are not necessary for getting to New Haven or getting around the city.

J. F. Kennedy and LaGuardia Airports

Go Airport Shuttle provides door-to-door van transportation services (1.5 to 2.5 hours depending on traffic, $68-73 one way or $132 round trip). Reservations are necessary, and can be made online or by calling 1-800-377-8745, or 1-203-891-1280 from overseas. Go Airport Shuttle can drop you off on the Yale campus.
Connecticut Limousine Service provides shared van transportation (1.5 to 2.5 hours depending on traffic, $68 one way or $132 round trip).
Reservations are not necessary, but may be made via the website. Look for Ground Transportation signs in the baggage area of the airport and go to the Connecticut Limousine telephone. Pick up the telephone and tell the dispatcher where you are and he/she will tell you where and when to meet the bus. The Connecticut Limousine Terminal in New Haven (located at Union Station, 50 Union Avenue, New Haven) is about a 10-minute taxi ride to The Wright Lab.
Train transportation to JFK airport from New Haven via MetroNorth, the NYC subway, and AirTrain is very affordable (~$25) but will take 3 to 3.5 hours, and requires several transfers.
We are also able to arrange for a private car to/from the airport. Please contact the office at +(203) 432-3090 or send an email to paula.farnsworth@yale.edu.

Newark Airport (New Jersey)

Connecticut Limousine Service provides shared van transportation (2 to 3 hours depending on traffic, $92 one way or $180 round trip). Reservations are not necessary, but may be made via the website. Look for Ground Transportation signs in the baggage area of the airport and go to the Connecticut Limousine telephone. Pick up the telephone and tell the dispatcher where you are and he/she will tell you where and when to meet the bus. The Connecticut Limousine Terminal in New Haven (located at Union Station, 50 Union Avenue, New Haven) is about a 10-minute taxi ride to The Wright Lab.
Amtrak also provides direct train service from Newark Airport station to New Haven (2.5 hours, $35-$74 depending on date of booking). The Wright Lab is a 10-minute taxi ride from the New Haven Railroad Station (Union Station). Online reservations are highly recommended. Note that Newark and Newark Airport are two different Amtrak stations; you need a reservation from Newark Airport (EWR).

Logan Airport

The MBTA Silver Line (15 minutes, free from the airport) connects Logan Airport to Boston South Station. Amtrak provides train service from Boston South Station to New Haven Union Station throughout the day. (2 to 2.5 hours, $39-$110 one way depending on date of booking and high-speed or local train choice). The Wright Lab is a 10-minute taxi ride from the New Haven Railroad Station (Union Station).