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Flights to New York

Flights to New York

New York is the ultimate city break destination. Whether you choose to see the sights such as the Empire State Building or the Statue of Liberty, go shopping on 5th Avenue or check out the cosmopolitan nightlife, New York has something for everyone. It truly is the city that never sleeps. theflightsguru can help you tailor make your trip to New York, whether you are looking to stay in the heart of Manhattan or in trendy Brooklyn, we can help you with flights, hotels and tickets.

Flights to NYC

New York has 3 main airports within close proximity to the metropolis. John F Kennedy International Airport or JFK as is more commonly referred to lies to the east of the city. It is the largest airport and has direct flights from London and Manchester. Newark Liberty International (EWR) is located south of the city in the state of New Jersey. Arguably though it has better transportation links into Manhattan (especially the lower part of the island). Again direct flights from the UK are available. It is not uncommon for our customers to fly into one of these airports and out from another. The third airport is LaGuardia (LGA) which is located in the Queens District. This airport is primarily used for US domestic flights but if you are flying indirect to New York you could arrive here. Our search uses the super airport IATA code for New York which is NYC which covers flights from all three of the airports we mention above. If you want to search for individual airports just change the flight search above for specific availability.

Premium Economy Flights to New York

All airlines flying direct to New York offer an upgraded premium experience to their basic economy service. Services vary between airlines but the biggest benefit is a seat with a larger pitch giving you more space to stretch out. You can upgrade one way which is especially popular with our customers travelling back from New York who are looking to get a good nights sleep. Other benefits may include a welcome drink, upgraded menus or more hold luggage. Check with our flight experts when booking your New York flight for exact details. We often see great fares on Premium Cabins, look at the tab below for an idea of prices.


NYC Flights from Regional UK Airports

The great thing about flying to New York is that there are plenty of Uk airports that offer direct UK services to NYC. Some airports such as Manchester and Edinburgh have direct services year round. Others such as Glasgow have seasonal flights to the Big Apple. Alternatively, you can connect easily via Amsterdam or Paris if you are flying from Birmingham, Bristol or Leeds. British Airways offers connecting flights through London from Belfast, Aberdeen and Newcastle.

Low Deposit Flights to New York

For early bookers we can offer New York flights with only a deposit payable at time of booking. Deposits start from £75pp and are not available on all fares so please check with our flight experts when enquiring. Your balance is due 90 days before departure and you can pay in installments up until this point. So no need to take out a bank loan to be able to fly to New York! Please note deposits are not refundable should full payment not be made. Please ask for full details at time of booking your New York flight.


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Things to do in New York

One of the best tourist destinations and also an eye catcher for every visitor. New York has something or the other for its each guest. Beginning from Statue of Liberty to shopping to 5th Avenue, everything is just next to perfect. The must-see list for the one-day visitor to New York especially the first-timer is mind-boggling.

1. Times Square is a global legend for every visitor. It is the best place for foodie people as it has one of the best restaurants of the city. Times Square has many things to discover especially during the holiday season.

2. The Statue of Liberty is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy and was gifted by France people to the US as a gift of friendship. It was designated as a National Monument in 1924.

3. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest museum in the US and also the most visited museums in the world. It opened on February 20, 1872, and was originally located at 681 Fifth Avenue.

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