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Flights to New York
How to find flights to New YorkNew York is a fascinating place to visit and luckily there are flights to New York from almost every corner of the world.
There are three large airports serving the city: John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport which handle the international flights and LaGuardia Airport which handles the domestic traffic. The busiest and biggest of them is John F. Kennedy International Airport (IATA: JFK) which receives the majority of international flights to New York.
The airport is the main international hub for Delta Airlines and American Airlines. Several European carriers – Air France, Lufthansa, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic – offer sever daily flights into JFK. There are about 100 airlines operating on the airport offering connections to 50 countries. Among the busiest routes are JFK – London and JFK – Tokyo.
To get to the city the most flexible way is by taxi. Cab fare is $45 flat for anywhere in Manhattan (not including the tolls and the tip). If the hotel offers a shuttle or a car to pick you up at the airport you should take the offer since often taxis are really hard to find. Coach services, bus, commuter line and the subway also offer connections between the city and the airport. By train it takes about 40 min to reach Midtown Manhattan and by subway the journey takes about 75 min.
If you need to transfer from one airport to another allow for plenty of time. The connections are really poor if you want to relay on the public transport and the best way, but also the most expensive, is to take a cab.
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