Flights to New York
An iconic statue representing liberty, hope and freedom guides visitors direct to the 'Big Apple' and with our current offers on cheap flights to New York, getting there is easy and affordable. Sinatra sang that he wanted to be a part of it and New York indeed offers many iconic sights that enable you to get amongst it.
Airlines that fly to New York
New York Airports
New York is serviced by 3 airports; John F. Kennedy Airport, LaGuardia Airport and Newark Airport. The city's main international entry point is John F. Kennedy Airport which has a total of 7 terminals and is located 11 miles from Manhattan.
British passport holders are eligible for the USA’s visa waiver program, allowing you to visit the United States without a visa for 90 days. While you might not need to apply for a visa, you will need to gain prior authorisation through the country’s Electronic System for Travel Authorisation, commonly referred to as an ‘ESTA.’ Those who are not approved by this online system prior to their flight may run the risk of being turned away at the airport. For travel on non-British passports or for more information, please ask your consultant.
Take the ferry across to the Statue of Liberty, enjoy the views from the Empire State Building or appreciate the Chrysler Building's architecture. Wander down Wall Street to the New York Stock Exchange or head across to the United Nations Headquarters.
In the middle of the pulsating city is Central Park, an oasis offering glorious parklands to explore. Alternatively, take the Staten Island ferry for striking views of Manhattan or stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge, which was the longest suspension bridge in the world when it opened in 1883.
Times Square is the heart of the theatre district with dozens of theatres offering big name stars performing in classic and contemporary plays and musicals. The Radio City Music Hall, within the Rockefeller Plaza, is also fantastic for world-class events. Also consider enjoying opera at the Metropolitan Opera or a concert at Carnegie Hall.
The city also boasts many museums including the inspirational Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum and the Museum of Modern Art. For an amazing experience, enjoy an evening of opera, ballet or a performance by the philharmonic orchestra at New York’s Met or Carnegie Hall. Pay your respects at the site where the twin towers of the World Trade Center once stood, the place now known as Ground Zero.
From Manhattan to Queens, New York has a great range of accommodation options, including iconic New York accommodation such as The Roosevelt, The Chelsea and the St Regis Hotel.