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Stewart International Airport, officially New York Stewart International Airport (IATA: SWF, ICAO: KSWF, FAA LID: SWF), is a public/military airport in Orange County, New York, United States. It is in the southern Hudson Valley, west of Newburgh, south of Kingston, and southwest of Poughkeepsie, approximately 60 miles (97 km) north of Manhattan, New York City. The airport is located within the towns of Newburgh and New Windsor. It is included in the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2017–2021, in which it is categorised as a non-hub primary commercial service facility. In 2000, the airport became the first U.S. commercial airport to be privatized when United Kingdom-based National Express was awarded a 99-year lease on the airport. After postponing its plans to change the facility's name after considerable local opposition,

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Jodogo simplifies your Stewart international airport experience by offering meet and greet services, access to a lounge, and a luxurious limousine for added comfort for your airport transfer. Below listed are the inclusions covered in the service offerings

Meet and Greet at Arrival Gate

Meet and Greet post immigration

Wheelchair Assistance

Porter service

Assistance at check in

Fast Track through immigration

Priority boarding

Assistance with baggage handling

Expedited Service Through Security

Assistance for terminal transfer

Escort until car pickup

Liaise with Driver

Escort to lounge

Escort until departure gate

Buggy Transfer

Expedited service through Immigration

Meet and Greet at curbside at car drop off

 History of Stewart International Airport

History of Stewart International Airport

In 1930, Thomas "Archie" Stewart, an early aviation enthusiast and descendant of prominent local dairy farmer Lachlan Stewart, convinced his uncle Samuel Stewart to donate "Stoney Lonesome", split between the towns of Newburgh and New Windsor,

to the nearby city of Newburgh for use as an airport. With the city strapped for cash due to the Depression, however, it was unable to develop it in any way. In 1934, Douglas MacArthur, then superintendent of the United States Military Academy, proposed flight training cadets at the airport. The city sold the land to the military academy for one dollar. A small dirt airstrip was cleared and graded. One of the gates at USMA has been known as Stoney Lonesome Gate ever since.

After the creation of the United States Air Force following World War II, the army airfield was converted to an air force base while still being used for training cadets at West Point. Stewart became the home of Headquarters 1st Region Army Air Defense Command in 1966. It remained so until the deactivation of the Nike Hercules system at the end of 1974. The air force base was deactivated in 1970, and it officially remained unoccupied by the Air Force until 1983, when the 105th Airlift Wing (105 AW) and the 213th Engineer Installation Squadron (213 EIS) of the New York Air National Guard took up quarters.The Air National Guard unit has flown support missions not only for U.S. military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan but also for humanitarian relief efforts.

Two years later, after approval by the state's attorney general and comptroller, as well as the FAA and the carriers, the contract was awarded to the UK-based National Express PLC, the only one of five bidders to have declined to present at a special forum organized a week prior to the award, and also a company Lauder had praised in his book for its success with the UK's national bus service and subsequent acquisition of East Midlands Airport, leading to some suspicions that the state had always intended to give it the airport from the beginning. NEG (National Express Group) was prepared to pay $35 million for the lease, and after working out the details, Pataki handed over a ceremonial key at the passenger terminal in late 2000.

Transportation of Stewart International Airport

Transportation of Stewart International Airport

One of the biggest impediments to the use of Stewart by more airlines and passengers has been getting to it. The Drury Lane exit and the access road, International Boulevard, are intended to remedy this.

There have been plans to possibly implement a light rail connection along Broadway in Newburgh that could conceivably go out to Stewart from the ferry connection with the Metro-North passenger line across the Hudson River in Beacon. This project does not appear likely to happen any time soon. Currently, the only connection is via a shuttle bus.

In 2006, with construction of the Drury Lane exit underway, Senator Charles Schumer put his weight behind getting federal aid for another long-discussed access improvement: a rail link to the nearby Metro-North Port Jervis Line to give passengers an express train trip from the airport into the city or Newark Airport via Secaucus Junction. This would entail acquiring property and laying new tracks to link to the existing line somewhere near Salisbury Mills station. NEG had had success with the similar Gatwick Express and Midland Mainline rail-air connections in its native Britain. While the federal government has approved the idea, the money has not yet been appropriated.

Bus connections: Starting in June 2017, to support Norwegian's growth in making the airport a terminal for visitors to New York City, Coach USA began providing a bus service between the airport and Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan. This service is operating under the name "Stewart Airport Express.

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Stewart International Airport Meet And Greet

  1. Airport Meet and greet services
  2. Fast track vip airport assistance
  3. Airport assistance services
  4. VIP concierge services
  5. Airport special assistance
  6. Airport chauffeur service
  7. Airport medical services
  1. Senior citizen airport assistance
  2. Luggage assistance at airport
  3. Airport assistance for elderly
  4. Airport wheelchair service
  5. Comfortable Transfer Services
  6. Lounge Access

Why should use JODOGO Airport Assistance?

Avoid long lines and save time: JODOGO's meet and greet services will help you avoid long lines at the airport, saving you valuable time.

Have a stress-free travel experience: JODOGO's experienced and professional staff will take care of all the details of your airport experience, so you can relax and enjoy your trip.

Get personalized attention: JODOGO's staff will provide you with personalized attention and assistance, ensuring that your needs are met.

Enjoy a variety of services: JODOGO offers a variety of services to meet your needs, including meet and greet, porter service, Fast Track check-in and security, and lounge access.

Benefit from competitive rates: JODOGO offers competitive rates for their services, making them an affordable option for travelers. Get 24/7 support: JODOGO is available 24/7 to help you with your travel needs.

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Experience a smooth and efficient airport experience: JODOGO's staff is trained to provide a smooth and efficient airport experience for all travelers.

Feel confident and secure: JODOGO's staff is knowledgeable and experienced, so you can feel confident that you are in good hands.

Relax and enjoy your trip: With JODOGO's help, you can relax and enjoy your trip knowing that your airport experience will be taken care of.

FAQs for Airport Assistance

Booking your Stewart airport assistance with JODOGO is convenient and effortless. Here's how:

  1. Visit our website: Go to
  2. Fill out the online form: Provide your flight details, arrival/departure information, and desired services.
  3. Select your preferred payment method: We accept major credit cards and PayPal.
  4. Confirm your booking: Upon confirmation, you'll receive an email with all the details.

Our Meet and Greet service guarantees a smooth and stress-free airport experience in Stewart . A dedicated representative will greet you personally upon arrival or departure, assist with luggage handling, expedite your airport procedures, and escort you to your transportation or gate.

Our friendly customer support team is available 24/7 to answer your questions and assist you. Reach us by phone or WhatsApp at +1 (325) 225 5550

Yes, we offer wheelchair assistance at Stewart International Airport. Simply indicate your requirement when booking online, and we will ensure a wheelchair and trained personnel are available throughout your airport journey

The cost of our airport assistance services in Stewart depends on the chosen services, number of passengers, and your arrival/departure time. We offer competitive rates and transparent pricing. Visit our website or contact our customer support team for detailed pricing information.

Our fast track airport assistance service allows you to bypass regular queues and expedite your airport experience. This includes priority check-in, security clearance, and passport control.

Yes, we offer VIP concierge services at Stewart International Airport to provide a luxurious and personalized experience. Enjoy dedicated assistance with everything from luggage handling and expedited procedures to luxury transportation and personalized airport lounge access.

Additional Services:

  1. Stewart airport VIP Services
  2. Stewart Airport Fast Track
  3. Stewart Airport Special Assistance
  4. Stewart Airport Private Transfers
  5. Stewart Airport Personal Assistant

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