Cheap Flights To New York


New York Offers

Book By Date Dec 05, 2016
Departing
Travel dates
Airlines
Price
  • Manchester
    01 Nov 2016 - 16 Dec 2016
    Delta Airlines
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr£358.00
    London
    01 Nov 2016 - 12 Dec 2016
    Delta Airlines
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr£379.00
    London
    25 Dec 2016 - 31 Mar 2017
    Delta Airlines
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr£379.00
    London
    29 Oct 2016 - 12 Dec 2016
    Virgin Atlantic
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr£399.00
    London
    25 Dec 2016 - 31 Mar 2017
    Virgin Atlantic
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr£399.00
    London
    01 Nov 2016 - 31 Mar 2017
    Icelandair
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr£404.00
    London
    25 Dec 2016 - 05 Apr 2017
    Klm Royal Dutch Airl
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr£476.00
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Are you looking to book cheap flights to New York from the UK? At Globehunters, our experienced travel consultants are here to help you find the very best deals and discounts on flights departing from a number of different airports across the country, regardless of whether you are flying on business or to get away on holiday! For customer protection and peace of mind when booking, we are fully ATOL protected and an IATA member.

Commonly known as ‘The Big Apple,’ New York has something to offer everyone and there are literally hundreds of different ways to enjoy a trip to the city. From experiencing the world’s best shopping or a trip on the Staten Island Ferry to see the Statue of Liberty in all its glory to a relaxing stroll in Central Park or a night out on Broadway, there’s no wonder the area attracts more than 50 million tourists each year.

New York is home to some of the world’s most famous landmarks, including not only the aforementioned Statue of Liberty but also Times Square, the Empire State Building, the Rockefeller Center, Madison Square Garden, Brooklyn Bridge and so many more.

New York is as much about the culture as it is the shopping and entertainment and whether you’re visiting for a weekend, as part of a multi-centre trip to the USA or for a longer break, there’s something to do for everyone.

Luckily, New York offers one of the best public transport systems in the world, with both the subway and the famous yellow taxis offering easy ways to see the sights.

Few other places offer the personality which New York does and whether you want to explore the hidden treasures on offer (there’s plenty of them) or stick to the popular tourist hotspots, you’ll leave wanting to book your return, having experienced one of the most vibrant cities in the world.

We are pleased to offer cheap flights to New York all year round on a number of popular routes from the UK and our travel consultants would love to help you book the perfect flights and do all they can to ensure you enjoy your stay in the Big Apple.

5 Things You Need To Know About New York


Busy planning your next trip to New York? Booking your first visit and are looking to find the best deals on flights to the Big Apple? Here’s 5 things you need to know before you go…

Time Difference: GMT -5 hours
Currency: USD ($)
Native Language: English
Weather: Summer in New York is hot, with temperatures averaging 28°C between July and September. Spring and Autumn offer pleasant temperatures and Winter can be harsh, with temperatures often below freezing.
Sales Tax: 8.875% except on clothing and footwear purchases under $110. Such purchases over $110 are subject to 4% NYC sales tax and 4.5% NY State sales tax.

Flying To New York From The UK


As you prepare to book your flights to New York from the UK, here’s everything you need to know including flight times, entry requirements and a look at which airlines fly from popular destinations.


Flight Times


The average flight time from New York to Orlando is around 8 hours, depending upon your departure airport. You will find direct daily flights available from London and Manchester airports, with connecting flights available on routes from a number of others.


Entry Requirements


Tourists must obtain prior authorisation to enter the USA on a British passport, either on a visa, a Permanent Resident Card or through the Visa Waiver Programme.

For most travellers, the Visa Waiver Programme is the easiest, quickest and most cost-effective way to enter the country as this allows British Citizens to visit for up to 90 days. You simply need to complete an Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA) online at least 72 hours before you fly. The cost of doing this is $14 per person and can be done here. Always take care to ensure you are applying directly as it is known that certain third-parties will advertise the service, charging a premium.


Airlines That Fly To New York


The following airlines fly to New York from the UK, however you are likely to also find a range of great deals with other carriers on connecting flights:

- Thomas Cook Airlines
- Virgin Atlantic
- British Airways
- Delta
- United
- KLM
- Lufthansa
- American Airlines
- Iberia
- Finnair

Always take the time to speak with our experienced travel consultants to ensure they can help you find the best offers on flights to New York from UK airports and that you’re not paying more than you need to for your chosen route on your chosen date.

The Airport(s)


New York is home to three international airports which receive flights direct from the UK:

- New York John F. Kennedy (JFK)
- New York Newark (EWR)
- New York La Guardia (LGA)

New York John F. Kennedy (JFK)


Situated within New York City itself, JFK is one of the busiest airports in the USA and is situated just 12 miles south-east of Manhattan in Queens. The airport offers great links to all boroughs via the NYC Subway and the Long Island Railroad offers a great alternative. The AirTrain is also available to take you to one of three Manhattan stations.


New York Newark (EWR)


Situated in New Jersey state rather than New York itself, Newark airport is situated 14 miles south-west. Whilst far quieter and smaller in size than JFK, the airport is logistically as easy to transfer from and sees a number of international flights from the UK arrive each day. Transfer to Manhattan from Newark either by train, bus or taxi.

New York La Guardia (LGA)


Whilst the number of international flights arriving into La Guardia is significantly less than either JFK or Newark, it is located closest to Manhattan; just 8 miles east of the city. Taxis, public or private busses are available for transfers.

Popular Routes


Popular direct routes to New York from the UK include:

- London to New York Flights
- Manchester to New York Flights

10 New York Must-Dos


Whether you’re visiting New York for the first time or have been many times before, you’ll never struggle to find something new to do and the city is home to some of the world’s most-loved tourist attractions.

Our top 10 New York must-dos include:

- The Statue of Liberty
- The Empire State Building
- Ground Zero
- Central Park
- American Museum of Natural History
- Madison Square Garden
- Times Square
- Staten Island Ferry
- New York Yankee’s Baseball
- Central Park Zoo

Of course, this is only a small selection of the many things to do in New York and you’ll find that there truly is something on offer for everyone.

Book Cheap Flights To New York With Globehunters


If you are looking to compare cheap flights to New York from the UK, why not get in touch with one of our experienced travel consultants or use our quick and easy online flight booking tool. As one of the UK’s leading flight booking agents, we’re here to help you plan your perfect trip to The Big Apple.

All of our bookings are 100% secure as we are ATOL protected and an IATA member, offering enhanced customer protection on all routes.

Our friendly & experienced travel consultants can tailor-make the perfect package to suit your wants & needs and, as one of our most popular routes, we know exactly what it takes to get you the very best deals on flights to New York.