A trip to the magical and strangely familiar city of New York is like no other. A must visit in every persons lifetime, this iconic city is the most populated city in the United States but also the most popular tourist location in the world and there is a reason why? Book cheap flights to New York with Book Flights To New York and you could be enjoying all the rich history and glamour the Big Apple has to offer.
Visit downtown Manhattan and stay in one of the well-known hotels available through our specially negotiated hotels in New York and shop till you drop on Fifth Avenue, take in a show on Broadway or stand in amazement at the skyscrapers and iconic buildings that dot this area of New York.
A flight to New York is not complete without a visit to the Statue of Liberty in Lower Manhattan. Situated on a small island, this statue is the symbol of the United States of America. If you want to visit the outer districts famous in New York State then take a taxi to Downtown Brooklyn from Lower Manhattan, stop a while at the Brooklyn Bridge and enjoy the breathtaking skylines of Manhattan and Brooklyn, while having a sumptuous meal at any of the award winning restaurants on the river banks.
Whilst staying in New York you can visit the many TV shows and film locations, of which there are too many to mention. Wall Street itself, the home of New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall in Manhattan is well worth a visit, frequented by tourists to pay their respects at the new 9/11 Memorial site.
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New York City comprises of five boroughs that host some of the world’s most prestigious and iconic landmarks and places to visit. From the infamous Empire State Building to The Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim to Times Square and Central Park. The New York island of Manhattan packs more iconic buildings, monuments and areas of entertainment than any other place on the planet.
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Arriving at New York City
There are three large airports at New York: John F. Kennedy International and La Guardia and Newark. They operate 24 hours a day all year round. Your ticket price to New York would indicate which airport you will be landing in. International passengers are required to clear immigration after which your baggage can be claimed before proceeding through customs. If your ticket to New York has a connecting flight, Autolink airline is available for checking connections.
John F. Kennedy International Airport (airport code JFK) is the United States’ 6th busiest airport and was originally built in 1948 and renamed for the slain American president in December 1963. Operated by the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, JFK Airport is located in the borough of Queens only 15 miles from midtown Manhattan. JFK has eight operating terminals with 125 gates serving over 70 airlines. After a $1.4 billion redevelopment in 2001, Terminal 4 serves international passengers with the airport’s only 24-hour Customs and Border Protection and has the airport’s only internal AirTrain station to take passengers to the Long Island Rail Road and New York City subway making for easy access to major corporations and tourist destinations.
Flights To New York
|Flights London – New York||United Airlines||Heathrow, London||Newark International Airport, New York|
|Flights Birmingham – New York||Lufthansa||Birmingham Intl, Birmingham||Newark International Airport, New York|
|Flights Leeds Bradford – New York||KLM||Leeds Bradford, Leeds Bradford||La Guardia, New York|
|Flights Manchester – New York||AER Lingus Limited||Manchester International, Manchester||John F Kennedy Intl Airport, New York|
|Flights Manchester – New York||Lufthansa||Manchester International, Manchester||Newark International Airport, New York|
|Flights Newcastle – New York||Delta Air Lines||Newcastle International, Newcastle||John F Kennedy Intl Airport, New York|
|Flights Southampton – New York||United Airlines||Eastleigh, Southampton||Newark International Airport, New York|
|Flights East Midlands – New York||Lufthansa||East Midlands, East Midlands||John F Kennedy Intl Airport, New York|
|Flights Cardiff – New York||AER Lingus Limited||Cardiff-Wales, Cardiff||John F Kennedy Intl Airport, New York|
|Flights Edinburgh – New York||AER Lingus Limited||Turnhouse, Edinburgh||John F Kennedy Intl Airport, New York|
|Flights Glasgow – New York||American Airlines||Glasgow Scotland, Glasgow||John F Kennedy Intl Airport, New York|
|Flights Aberdeen – New York||American Airlines||Dyce, Aberdeen||John F Kennedy Intl Airport, New York|
|Flights Bristol – New York||AER Lingus Limited||Bristol, Bristol||John F Kennedy Intl Airport, New York|
|Flights Dublin – New York||Lufthansa||Dublin, Dublin||Newark International Airport, New York|
|Flights Belfast – New York||United Airlines||Belfast City Apt, Belfast||Newark International Airport, New York|
|Flights Cork – New York||KLM||Cork International, Cork||John F Kennedy Intl Airport, New York|
|Flights Shannon – New York||Lufthansa||Shannon, Shannon||Newark International Airport, New York|