Cheap Airline Tickets to NYC

Traveling by air is the easiest and quickest way to get to New York City. My travel blog has information on flying and airline reviews. International visitors will fly into JFK or Newark. JFK will normally be closer to your New York City hotel and flights to JFK are usually less expensive.

John F Kennedy Intl Airport (JFK)
Jamaica, New York 11430
Telephone: (718) 244-4444

JFK International Airport remains one of the busiest airports in the world, averaging around 50,000 international passengers every day. In 2004, JFK accounted for 17 percent of all US travelers with destinations overseas.

La Guardia Airport (LGA)
Flushing, NY US
Telephone: (718)533-3400

Named after former mayor of New York, Fiorello LaGuardia, the airport serves the New York City area. The smallest of the three major airports serving New York City, its central location to Manhattan makes it popular with airlines and travelers.

Newark Liberty International Airport
Newark, New Jersey 07114
Telephone: 973 961 6000
Fax: (973) 961-6334

Actually located in New Jersey, Newark Liberty is the second largest commercial airport serving New York City. Newark is the fifth largest airport in the United States, handling an average of 33 million passengers a year.

Approximate travel times and cost to travel to New York from:

Los Angeles – 5 hours, $500.00 – $1000.00
Paris – 8 hours, $500.00 – $1200.00
Rome – 10 hours, $700.00 – $1500.00
Tokyo – 12-13 hours, $800.00 – $1500.00

The following airlines offer airfare within the US at low rates:

Southwest Airlines
1-800-435-9792

JetBlue Airways
1-800-538-2583

Song Airways
1-800-359-7664

Skywest Airways
1-800-221-1212

With one of the world’s largest travel destination networks, New York City offers many options for the air traveler. With 3 major airports and 3 smaller airports servicing the New York City area, travel to New York by air is convenient, easy and safe.

Other options include traveling to New York City by bus.

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