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Flights to New York
Flights to New York from the UK
There are direct cheap flights to New York from the UK, landing in one of three airports in New York City: John F Kennedy, La Guardia, and Newark (which is actually in New Jersey). The average flight time from London to New York is 5-6 hours.
Which airlines fly to New York?
Continental has direct cheap flights to New York from London,
Glasgow, Belfast, Manchester, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Leeds
KLM has flights to New York from London, Manchester, Aberdeen, Liverpool, Glasgow, Newcastle, Bristol, Belfast, Leeds Bradford, Southampton, Norwich, Cardiff , Exeter, Humberside, Durham Tees Valley and Dundee.
bmi flies to New York from London, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Aberdeen, Glasgow amd Belfast.
Air France has flights to London from Birmingham, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Manchester.
British Airways flies from London, Aberdeen, Newcastle and Jersey.
Delta has New York flights from Manchester, Newcastle, Leeds Bradford, Cardiff, Norwich, Humberside and Durham Tees Valley.
Iceland Express flies to New York from London.
Air Berlin has flights from Guernsey and Jersey.
Brussels Airlines flies from Bristol.
Aer Lingus has New York flights from Jersey, Cardiff and Blackpool.
Lufthansa has flights to New York from Newquay.
Airports in New York
The airport is located 15 miles (24km) southeast of central Manhattan.
The airport is located eight miles (13km) east of central Manhattan, in the borough of Queens.
The airport is located two miles (3km) south of Newark, 16 miles (26km) southwest of New York.
The airport is located nine miles (14km) east of Buffalo.
The airport is three miles (5km) from White Plains in New York State. It is 33 miles (53km) from Manhattan.