How to fly to New York? How to choose your travel agency?

If you want to book your flight for your upcoming trip to New York, I have compiled the best travel agencies who are offering the best prices on NY.
The best tip, of course, is to look around these travel agencies and compare flights prices (round trip).

When is the best moment to book a flight?

Now, I advise you to not necessarily book last minute but to reserve as soon as possible when you have found the flight for the price you’re willing to pay.
But watch out, don’t be too eager in waiting for a cheaper price. At one point, you’ll have to make a choice and use your credit card!! 🙂

 

List of the main airlines flying to New York

I know you’re reading NYCTT from different countries, I can’t show all the airlines but select those that arrive at New York City airports.

From the American Continent:

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aerolíneas argentinas logo
Delta airlines
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logo air canada-2

 
 

From Asia and Africa

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Air India-2
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japanAirlines

 
 

From Europe: 

AirFrance
swiss
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Iberia
Lufthansa
BritishAirways
Tap

 
 

From Australia:

Quantas

List of the main online travel agencies for a fly to New York

You can also compare the rates on travel agency websites! You can buy your flight, the hotel, or both of them!

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skyscanner
logo E Dreams-2
logo-orbitz

How to transfer between the airports and Manhattan?

The arrival airports in New York are: John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK), Newark (EWR), and La Guardia (LGA).
To go to Manhattan from any of the airports I mention above, you can choose: Taxi, Metro, Shuttle or Limousine.

For each airport, I wrote an article, explaining to you all the available transfer options:

From JFKFrom Newark

From LaGuardia

You also need to book your Hotel?

Don’t worry, I got you covered with my article HERE where you can check my guide helping your to choose your Hotel, hostels, apartments… in New York.

Only thing I need to tell you… Have a nice trip and if you have any question, don’t hesitate and contact me with any subject, concern or worries you may have.

Memo

My fist trip to New York was in 2007 when I was working for an airline company. I was born in the US, I lived in Mexico, in Europe in between Belgium, Spain and France… Well, let’s say I know about travelling! I bring my experience of NYC to the blog, to provide the best travel tips you could imagine!

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