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It is about 4.5 miles (7.24 kilometers). Brooklyn and Queens both occupy the western end of Long Island, and Queens is on top of Brooklyn. LaGuardia Airport is at the northern edge of Queens. The northern edge of Brooklyn is roughly 4.5 miles/7.24 kilometers south of LaGuardia.

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LaGuardia is much closer. LaGuardia is in Queens, and Brooklyn and Queens are right next to each other. Newark Airport is in New Jersey, so you have to cross the Hudson River into Manhattan, go through Manhattan, and then on to Brooklyn.

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