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From London there are hundreds of flights taking-off to New York. Generally the cheapest flights to New York are offered by major airlines and have at least one stopover. British Airways and Delta Air Lines offer direct flights. There are three airports serving New York: John Fitzgerald Kennedy Airport (JFK), LaGuardia International Airport (LGA) and Newark Liberty Airport (EWR).
If you plan to book your tickets from London to New York during high season, you can count on them being more expensive. Last minute flights to New York are rarely cheaper. The same goes for NYC car hires, the earlier you book, the better.
From London, flights to New York take 7h 50min.
If you think you’ve pinned New York down, you should think again. It's hard to sum up a city this size in just a couple of sights, but there are a few essentials that you shouldn't miss while on holidays in New York.
Empire State Building: A landmark skyscraper in New York’s cityscape, the Empire State Building was the world’s tallest building for forty years and is still the city’s tallest building. Visitors are invited up the tower to an observation deck.
Central Park: The most famous park in New York, perhaps in the USA, is located in Manhattan and is a treasured green-space in the city. Ice skate on the historic Wollman Rink and visit the Imagine Mosaic in Strawberry Fields.
Statue of Liberty: A gift from France to celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence, this is one of the country’s most recognised symbols. Take the ferry to Ellis Island.
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