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Cheap Flights To New York, NY

  • TipNovember is the cheapest month to fly to New York City
  • Tip$92 is the average round-trip fare price from MYR to NYC

Best Deals to New York City Last modified: Feb 19, 2017 0:31 -05:00Prices shown were found by travelers like you over the past 30 days

We've scanned 28,930,968,553 round trip itineraries and found the cheapest flights to New York City. Spirit & Air Canada frequently offer the best deals to New York City flights, or select your preferred carrier below to see the cheapest days to fly.

Spirit
CHINYC
Tue 3/14
nonstop
NYCCHI
Tue 3/21
nonstop
Air Canada
MILNYC
Sat 3/25
2 stops
NYCMIL
Mon 4/3
2 stops
$345
British Airways
BCNNYC
Tue 3/14
2 stops
NYCBCN
Tue 3/21
2 stops
$410
KLM
LONNYC
Tue 3/21
1 stop
NYCLON
Wed 3/22
1 stop
$420
Air China
SELNYC
Tue 2/21
1 stop
NYCSEL
Mon 3/13
1 stop
$494

New York has been called  the greatest city in the world and millions agree. Its official motto is, "I Love New York" and millions do. Where else can you catch a show on Broadway, see the view from the Statue of Liberty, marvel at the exciting Times Square, or dine on any cuisine in the world?

See links to best attractions, dining and shopping, below.

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When to Go? Anytime

New York glitters year-round. In the summertime, it is as magical as it is during wintertime. Don't let winter weather deter you. New York City is magnificent during the holidays: See the Rockefeller Center tree at Christmas, or the famous ball drop on New Years at Times Square. 

Experience its beautiful colors of fall and watch the Macy's Parade at Thanksgiving. Enjoy the blooming trees in the spring and join legions of Irish-Americans in a drink on St. Patrick's Day. It's a matter of preference when to go, but New York lives up to its reputation all year long.

Attractions in New York

There are a million things to do in New York City. It's the city that never sleeps, so when you go, there's also no stopping.

Every neighborhood brings unique and wonderful cards to the table. Besides hitting the sought-after tourist spots, also take a moment to experience the city like a local; sit outside of a cafe and people watch, take the subway, or find a food truck parked in a corner serving the best food on the go. Here are a few major spots to get your itinerary started.

Statue of Liberty - A symbol of freedom throughout the world. Take the ferry, then climb the interior staircase to the crown (and take some New Yorkers with you; chances are, they haven't done this, either). 

Empire State Building - Sure, other buildings are taller, but do they have as good a view of Manhattan? Do couples go to the top for that famous kiss? Did you know? Couples can experience a slight electric shock when they kiss at the top of the Empire State Building, surrounded by static electricity. The observation deck in this Art Deco masterpiece isn't free, but is worth it.

Metropolitan Museum of Art - This beautiful building along Fifth Avenue in Central Park hosts one of the world's greatest collections of art, from Egyptian artifacts to medieval treasures and Impressionist paintings - and so much more. Tip: The museum store has stunning gifts.

Shopping and Restaurants in New York

Dining: With over 20,000 restaurants, you won't go hungry here. Whether you had something rarified in mind, like Terrine of Hudson Valley Moulard Duck Foie Gras, or just a pastrami on rye, you will be satisfied. Tip: Ask a local for the name of his favorite neighborhood joint (there are so many good ones).

Shopping: From the venerable department stores to trendy boutiques and the diamond district, shoppers can find whatever they fancy. Tip: The street vendors off Union Square Park have terrific costume jewelry, and try the Pearl River Mart on Broadway in Soho for all things Asian. Don't forget to walk down Broadway Street for chic boutique shops and bargains.

Flights to New York

Flying in and out of New York is simple and finding cheap flights to New York is easy, thanks to a choice of airports.

LaGuardia Airport (LGA): The smallest of New York City's airports is also closest to Manhattan; it is served by most domestic and Canadian airlines.

John F. Kennedy International (JFK): This is the busiest international passenger gateway to the U.S. and is served by scores of the world's international airlines, as well as many domestic carriers including JetBlue and Virgin America.

Newark Liberty International (EWR): Though based in New Jersey, this facility is only about 15 miles from midtown-Manhattan; it too is served by number domestic and international airlines.

More Information on New York

These sites are loaded with great information on what to see and do in New York City, and beyond.

NYC Go - Lists of "must-see" attractions as well as little known gems, plus info on TV show tapings, dining, hotels and more.

New York State Tourism - Includes a city attractions guide, plus what to do and see throughout New York State.

New York Magazine's Visitors Guide: Up-to-the minute guide to clubs and restaurants plus great lists (including "top five pizzas in the city"). 

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Events near New York City

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  • St. Patrick's Day Parade - New York

    St. Patrick's Day Parade - New York

    Travelers to New York can choose between three airports: LaGuardia, JFK and Newark. All have public transit options, shuttle buses and taxi or limo service into the city. Check with Uber and Lyft, too.

    Event Location

    Manhattan
    44th Street and Fifth Avenue (check parade route ahead of time)
    New York

    Price

    Free

    Event Website|Event Tickets

    Main Airport

    New York John F Kennedy - NYC (US)

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