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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To New York?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $67 and $38 for one-way flights to New York for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
FLL Newark Jul 8 - Jul 21 $75
FLL New York Jun 23 - Jun 28 $75
ATL New York Jun 19 - Jun 22 $87
LAX Newark Aug 10 - Aug 15 $104
ATL White Plains Jul 9 - Jul 13 $111
ATL New York Aug 4 - Aug 9 $137
LAX New York Jul 24 - Jul 28 $146
ATL Ronkonkoma Jul 4 - Jul 20 $147
MIA New York Jul 17 - Jul 17 $151
MIA New York Aug 18 - Aug 25 $177
FLL Ronkonkoma Aug 18 - Aug 23 $203
FLL White Plains Jul 7 - Jul 11 $223
FLL Newburgh Aug 2 - Aug 9 $341
PEK New York Sep 6 - Oct 31 $744
PEK Newark Jun 29 - Jul 26 $1,187
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
DFW Newark Jun 6 - Jun 16 $200
DFW New York Jun 7 - Jun 23 $206
MCO New York Jun 7 - Jun 29 $208
CLT New York Jun 6 - Jun 22 $230
ATL Newark Jun 7 - Jun 17 $252
CLT New York Jun 7 - Jun 23 $260
ATL New York Jun 6 - Jun 22 $270
MCO Newark Jun 7 - Jun 23 $283
MIA New York Jun 7 - Jun 9 $307
LAX New York Jun 6 - Jun 20 $315
ATL Ronkonkoma Jun 7 - Jun 22 $316
MIA New York Jun 6 - Jun 22 $375
SFO New York Jun 5 - Jun 18 $413
ATL Newburgh Jun 5 - Jun 14 $11,959
*Prices include taxes and fees

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New York Flight Information

Traveling toNew York
Lowest Price$67
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingSpirit Airlines, Frontier Airlines, American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Delta, United
Number of Daily Flights
Airlines with Direct Flights

FAQs about New York Flights

Which airlines fly to New York?

Being a large travel hub, it's hardly surprising that New York has 45 airlines that fly there. Check out the deals with these reputable carriers:

  • Delta
  • American Airlines
  • WestJet
What airport is best to fly into New York?

Home to two airports, you've got options when jetting into New York. Consider where you're staying and spending a lot of your time, as this may help you decide on which flights you decide on. New York, NY Airport (JFK-John F. Kennedy Intl.) is 12 miles (20 kilometers) from the sights and sounds of downtown, while New York, NY Airport (LGA-LaGuardia) is approximately 6 miles (10 kilometers) away.

Where to stay in New York

Whether you want to splash your cash on accommodations or you just want something to use as a base, you'll find what you're after in New York. With 960 places to stay on Travelocity, you'll have no trouble catching those Zs after a big day of sensational adventures.

Splash out on a little luxury at the Casablanca Hotel by Library Hotel Collection or The Knickerbocker Hotel. After all, it's not every day you go on vacation! If you're simply looking for a comfy space to catch up on sleep, don't stress! We've got options for you too. The Manhattan Broadway Budget Hotel and the Americana Inn are some cheaper alternatives.

Nothing's more exciting than being just a stone's throw away from an iconic attraction. Luckily, the Casablanca Hotel by Library Hotel Collection and The Knickerbocker Hotel are both just a short stroll from Times Square, Midtown. Book now and grab your favorite one!

Places to visit in New York

With so many renowned attractions in New York, you're going to need to pack a pair of walking shoes. At the top of your list should be a journey to the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building. After that, you might want to crank up the pace a bit as you can't take off without stopping by Ellis Island and Brooklyn Bridge.

Sightseers will want to have a look at Macy's and Radio City Music Hall. Searching for more things to do in this bustling city? The One World Trade Center and New York Stock Exchange should keep you occupied.

You're sure to spot some other tourists in Rockefeller Center, a well-known area with numerous attractions. Like some more ideas? If you're a history fan, swing by Chrysler Building and discover why it's a local icon. But that's not all there is. You'll want to tell your friends and family back home about your unforgettable visit to the incredible Grand Central Terminal.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to New York

If you like the thought of spending more time at the airport bar and less time moving through security on your way to New York, just follow these handy tips:

  • Airport security staff will expect to see your boarding pass and passport upon arrival. Store them in an accessible place, so they're ready for inspection.
  • USB sticks, wallets and keys should be put in a bin for X-raying. If you enter the body scanner with any of these items, you'll be turned back and instructed to remove them.
  • Electronic devices such as laptops, phones and cameras need to be sent through the X-ray machine separately. Make sure they're easily accessible.
  • Toothpaste, lip balm and other toiletry items in cream, liquid or gel form need to be stored in containers no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). They also need to fit in a 1-quart (1-liter) clear resealable bag.
  • Safety boots and other heavy shoes tend to be X-rayed by security personnel. We suggest wearing lightweight sneakers instead.
  • Scissors and multi-tools are prohibited from entering the plane. Pack them in your checked luggage to avoid them being confiscated at the security checkpoint.

Flights To New York

As author Thomas Wolfe once observed, “One belongs to New York instantly. One belongs to it as much in five minutes as in five years.” From the moment you step off the plane in NYC, the city absorbs you into its frenetic energy and cacophony of noise. An urban melody of honking horns, talking crosswalks, and distant sirens fills your ears. Welcome to the City that Never Sleeps.

It’s not just the promise of an exciting concrete jungle that draws people to NYC like a magnet. The food, art, and theater are known around the world and bring in everyone from epicurean experts to gallery gurus. Choose from one of our New York City flights today, and soon you’ll be rubbing elbows with travelers from around the world and bold New Yorkers alike.

Transportation from New York Airports

Booking flights to New York City is easy; Travelocity has options from many major cities. When your plane touches the tarmac, you’re just minutes from a New York slice of pizza and some of the top hotels on the East Coast. NYC is well-serviced by a robust public transportation system, so you can get from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) or LaGuardia Airport (LGA) to your favorite borough via subway or commuter rail. You can also hop into a cab and head straight for your destination.

Having a rental car is not only unnecessary, but it might actually be a burden in particularly congested places like Manhattan. If you plan on staying on the island of Manhattan for most of your stay, become acquainted with the subway. If you plan to explore the outer boroughs or venture on to upstate New York, book a rental car at the same time you buy plane tickets to New York City and save some cash.

Hotels Near JFK and LGA

Booking one of the cheapest flights to New York City leaves some money to splurge on an amazing hotel in a spectacular location. When you’re within walking distance of the best attractions in the Big Apple, it feels like you’re in the center of the universe—and you kind of are. Here are some New York hotels to consider:

  • New York Marriott Marquis: Set in the heart of the Theater District, you’ll be humming show tunes if you stay at the New York Marriott Marquis. Enjoy a sunset from the hotel’s “Broadway Terrace” and overlook the bright signs and cheerful crowds of the famed stretch of theaters.
  • The Roosevelt Hotel, New York City: This iconic hotel is located in Midtown. It’s not only convenient to local airports, it’s dripping in elegance and is known as the “Grand Dame of Madison Avenue.”
  • DoubleTree Suites by Hilton New York City - Times Square: When you want to stay in the pulse of NYC, there is no place like Times Square. You’ll be within walking distance of Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, and more restaurants than you can shake a food cart hot dog at.
  • New York Hilton Midtown: Walk to Central Park and MOMA when you stay at this Midtown Hotel. At the end of your day of exploration, you’ll return to your hotel to be greeted by an ornate lobby and huge fitness center.

Things to Do in NYC

Flights to NYC take your breath away; as you descend into the beloved city, the skyline is as iconic as it appears in the movies. Once you put your bags down at the hotel, you’re off to see the Statue of Liberty in person and tour the Metropolitan Museum of Art. When you need a breath of fresh air, Central Park awaits with its emerald tree cover and expansive lawns. Cap off your day with a meal at the One World Trade Center building or tickets to a Broadway show.

Taking a Bite Out of the Big Apple

NYC flights are just the beginning. Once you’re in the City that Never Sleeps, your senses remain alive and delighted until you leave. Book your airfare to New York today, and soon you’ll be draped in the neon lights of Times Square.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.