Metro New York, also called the Tri-State Area (though it's not the only area so-called in the U.S.), is the massive metropolitan area around New York City in New York state, Connecticut, and New Jersey. It is the biggest and wealthiest metro area in the United States.
Metro New York is served by two large airports in New York City and one in Newark, New Jersey (NYC IATA for all airports) which is well connected by air with flights from almost every corner of the world. John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport are large international airports while LaGuardia Airport is a busy domestic airport. All three airports are run by The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. There are also several small airports in the region.
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