Flights to New York

Flights to New York from the UK

Which New York airport do flights land in?

Flights to New York most commonly land at one of three airports in New York City: John F Kennedy, La Guardia, and Newark (which is actually in New Jersey).

Are there direct flights between the UK and New York?

There are frequent direct flights between the UK and New York.

How long is the flight from the UK to New York?

The average flight time from London to New York is five to six hours.

What is the time difference between the UK and New York?

London is four hours ahead of New York time.

Which airlines fly to New York from the UK?

Norwegian and Kuwait Airways fly direct between London and New York, and Air Canada, Jet2, Aer Lingus, Swiss, United, Flybe and US Airways also offer direct flights between the UK and New York.

Airports in New York

John F Kennedy International Airport(JFK)

The airport is located 15 miles (24km) southeast of central Manhattan.

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New York La Guardia Airport(LGA)

The airport is located eight miles (13km) east of central Manhattan, in the borough of Queens.

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Newark Liberty International Airport(EWR)

The airport is located two miles (3km) south of Newark, 16 miles (26km) southwest of New York.

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Buffalo Niagara International Airport(BUF)

The airport is located nine miles (14km) east of Buffalo.

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Greater Binghamton Airport(BGM)

The airport is situated eight miles (13km) north of Binghamton.

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Syracuse Hancock International Airport(SYR)

The airport is situated five miles (8km) northeast of downtown Syracuse.

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Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport(ITH)

The airport is situated 5 miles (8km) northeast of downtown Ithaca.

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Greater Rochester International Airport(ROC)

The airport is situated three miles (6km) southwest of downtown Rochester.

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Albany International Airport(ALB)

The airport is located six miles (10km) from the city centre.

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