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The Town of Islip owns and operates Long Island MacArthur Airport, located in Ronkonkoma, 50 miles outside New York City. More than 5,000 people fly MacArthur Airport each day, making it one of the top 110 airports in the United States.
Long Island MacArthur Airport is a public airport located on Long Island, in Ronkonkoma, Town of Islip, Suffolk County, New York, United States. It is approximately one mile south of the Ronkonkoma Branch of the Long Island Railroad and has a dedicated shuttle to connect the airport to the rail line. Long Island MacArthur Airport covers an area of 1,311 acres (531 ha) containing four runways and two helipads. The Town owns and operates the airport, which serves approximately two million commercial passengers a year, as well as a thriving general aviation sector. The Department of Aviation is led by the Commissioner of Aviation and Transportation, who works closely with the Town Board to manage and steward the airport. Departments include Airport Operations, Custodial, Fire Rescue, Law Enforcement, Maintenance, and Public Affairs.
Located between Montauk Point 67 miles (108 km) to the east and Manhattan 50 miles (71 km) to the west, MacArthur Airport serves primarily the three million residents of Nassau and Suffolk counties. In addition, the airport serves travelers from the Greater New York Metropolitan Area and around the nation who want a more convenient alternative to the congestion at JFK and LaGuardia airports – both located in Queens.
The FAA designated MacArthur Airport an Official Metro Airport in early 2011, meaning it is now grouped with LaGuardia, JFK and Newark in travel and informational searches for New York airports, providing better exposure to the traveling public. MacArthur Airport, which does not share the congested air space of the city-centric airports, also has an exceptional record of on-time performance.
Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and MacArthur Airport Commissioner Shelley LaRose-Arken recently sat down to speak with WLIW21s Long Island Business Report.
Click here for the full episode, or tune in to watch next time it's on TV:
Friday, March 17th- 5:30pm
Wednesday, May 24- 7:30pm
Friday, May 26- 5:30pm
Sunday, May 28- 9:30am
*Reservations are not needed, nor are they taken by our parking vendor.
** Cash, credit cards and debit cards accepted methods of payment
$1.75 per half-hour
$3.50 per hour
$25 per 24 hours (Maximum Charge)
$4 per hour
$15.50 per 24 hours (Maximum Charge)
$4 per hour
$14.00 per 24 hours (Maximum Charge)* *Included in the price is a free shuttle to and from the Main Terminal. Shuttle applies only to customers using the Economy Lot.
*ECONOMY LOT SHUTTLE STARTS at 4:30 a.m. and makes regular trips to the lot every 15-30 minutes until one hour after the final flight after the evening lands.
CELL PHONE WAITING AREA
located in the back of Resident Lot 6B is FREE, however, drivers must remain with their vehicles at all times.
Airport Law Enforcement
Airport Law Enforcement: 631-467-3315
Airport Law Enforcement Fax: 631-467-3291
Lost & Found: 631-467-3315
Airport Administration: 631-467-3300
Airport Administration Fax: 631-467-3348
Airport Fire Rescue: 631-467-3279
Airport Fire Rescue Fax: 631-467-3258
Resident Parking Permit
DOWNLOAD YOUR PARKING PERMIT
Residents of the Town of Islip are eligible to purchase a Resident Parking Permit via mail or by stopping into MacArthur Airport.
Proper proof of residency is required to purchase the permit, and permit holders are able to park in 6, 6A or 6B, the designated Town Resident Parking Lots.
To download a copy of the form, or for more information, please click the link below.
Resident Parking permits can be purchased in the Law Enforcement Administrative Office located just across from the East End Getaway Shop in the Atrium of the Main Terminal between the hours of 8:30am-4:30pm Monday through Friday or by mailing in the application.
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