Why travel by plane from New York City to Islamabad?
From New York to Islamabad lies a distance of around 6,880 miles, stretching over land and sea. As a result, flying between the two cities is by far the fastest and most efficient option! Airlines including Kuwait Airways, Etihad Airways, Emirates, and American Airlines all operate the route from New York to Islamabad, allowing travelers plenty of choice. With a flight time of around 21h 10m, including at least one stop along the way, travelers will depart from airports such as Newark Liberty International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport, touching down in Islamabad's Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
What is there to see and do in Islamabad?
The capital city of Pakistan, Islamabad is a peaceful, modern metropolis with an array of cultural activities and interesting attractions to discover. The Pakistan Museum of Natural History is a must-visit, as is the Lok Virsa Museum, which focuses on the country's cultural heritage. The Pakistan Monument is an impressive architectural structure which symbolizes national unity; the Faisal Mosque make an impression with its grand size and mixture of modern and traditional architecture; while Rawal Lake is a popular place to enjoy a range of outdoor activities and water sports such as fishing and sailing.