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Looking to sink your teeth into the Big Apple? Book flights to New York and choose between three nearby airports: Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), LaGuardia Airport (LGA), and John F. Kennedy Intl. Airport (JFK). Newark Airport is located in nearby New Jersey, roughly 18 miles southwest of Manhattan. This airport includes three terminals with a variety of food options and shops, along with several charging stations. Meanwhile, LaGuardia sits just east of NYC. It features four terminals with cafes, restaurants, and concession stands. As for JFK airport, it’s located in Queens, 18 miles southeast of New York City. With eight terminals, JFK airport provides cafes, bars, restaurants, and retail shops.
There are a number of ground transportation options when you have flights to New York. At Newark Airport, the Newark Airport Bus services the terminals, while AirTrain connects Newark Airport to the NJ Transit and the Amtrak train. JFK airport also relies on the AirTrain, and LaGuardia Airport offers the NYC Airporter shuttle. Several MTA New York City buses have routes to JFK and LaGuardia Airport, too.
Regardless of which airport you’re flying into, you can reserve New York car rentals right here, and have a vehicle waiting upon your arrival. Alternatively, all three of these NY airports also provide taxi, limousine, and shuttle service.
You’ll never run out of things to do in New York. From the dazzling performances on Broadway to the stoic statue of Lady Liberty, this enchanting city offers it all. While you’re in town, picnic in lush Central Park, gobble down some of the city’s famous pizza, and explore the captivating masterpieces at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Marvel at the bright city lights in Times Square, view the cityscape from Top of the Rock at the Rockefeller Center, and watch the sunset from the Brooklyn Bridge. Then after a day of city adventures, rest your head at one of the best hotels in New York.
It’s always a good time to book New York flights. Summer brings balmy weather and sunshine, while winter dusts the city with snow. September and November bring comfortable temperatures between the 60s and 70s F, but Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade does attract the crowds. March through May tends to be slightly cooler and wetter than autumn, but, nonetheless, it’s still a pleasant time to visit the city.
Whether you decide to travel to the city when the lights twinkle during the holiday season or when July 4th fireworks illuminate the Hudson River, allow Expedia.com to match you up with the hottest discounts. We provide nonstop cheap tickets to New York, so you can spend more on your activities and less on your flight. Check out our mobile booking app, where you can browse our travel arrangements and score exclusive deals. Book your cheap flights to New York with us, so you can “wake up in a city that never sleeps.”
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The process to retrieve gate-checked bags needs some work. Especially as everyone had to check because of how small the overheads are.
Smooth flight, good movies,Starbucks coffee and good snacks. Flight was on time, actually early.
It was a little late.
Almost missed last flight of the day because we got lost following flight attendants through the airport and didnt know our gate changed. only figured it out when we recognized someone from a previous flight left the incorrect gate.
Pilots did a great job.
I was flying from Atlanta to Albany New York with a stop and plane change at Dulles. My luggage went to Newark by mistake. UA located my luggage and had it flown to Albany. They had a man named Steve deliver my luggage to my front door by 9:30 pm the same day. I very much appreciate UA efforts on my behalf. Sincerely, Judith Daley Keane
Anyone who complains about Cathay Pacific has clearly never flown United or American. This airline (like most Asian ones) is miles ahead of US-based airlines. I was in economy, but given a menu when I boarded, and the food was not bad at all. The pours of wine were QUITE generous. There were apples and cup of noodles in the back for snacks, the TVs were good with a lot of options, and an extra $20 for quality wifi throughout the whole 16-hour flight is not a bad deal. I had plenty of leg room, and oh yeah -- each seat had its own outlet under the chair AND a usb port under the TV to charge your phone, along with a little fold-out shelf above the tray table for a phone. Again, this is economy. I was very happy with the flight!