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Planning to book flights to NYC? The Big Apple has three main airports: John F. Kennedy (JFK), LaGuardia (LGA) and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), all of which are served by different airlines.
When planning your tickets to New York, keep in mind that peak season is from mid-June to mid-September and also the weeks before and after Christmas. The best prices to New York City tend to be found 4-5 months beforehand, in the fall and spring.
A flight to New York from Los Angeles takes 6 hours 20 minutes.
New York is as iconic as it gets from Lady Liberty to the Brooklyn Bridge. While Manhattan’s skyline has changed over the years, the spirit of the city certainly hasn’t. When planning your flights to New York, consider taking this city one borough at a time.
Manhattan: This is likely where you’ll spend your entire New York vacation, especially if it’s your first time visiting. Central Park, Times Square, Wall Street, Harlem, the Empire State Building and more wait. Plan your days in advance to make sure you can fit it all in.
Coney Island: Take a trip to Brooklyn to visit the famous Coney Island and ride The Cyclone, a 1927 roller coaster that has made this amusement park famous for decades.
Art museums: New York is home to some of the finest art in the world. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Central Park should be your first stop. In the Upper East Side, the Guggenheim Museum is more than just a fancy-looking building. For contemporary American art, the Whitney Museum is top of its class.
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New York hotels are some of the priciest in the world. Even hostels aren’t as budget-friendly as you’d expect. Sleep like a king or queen at the Waldorf Astoria or The Plaza. The most budget-conscious should try hotels in Brooklyn or Queens.