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New York Flights
Flights to New York can touch down at any one of three major airports -John F. Kennedy International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport and La Guardia. JFK International is located about 12 miles from Lower Manhattan and is a major hub for JetBlue Airways, Delta Airlines and American Airlines. AirTrain JFK connects the airport to the commuter rail system and New York's subway. The city's licensed cabs have a flat rate of $45 from JFK to Manhattan. New York flights landing at Newark International, are 15 miles from midtown Manhattan. This airport is a hub for United Airlines and is well connected to the city of New York through trains, buses and taxi services.
New York Weather
Though New York is a place that offers attractions throughout the year, the best time for New York flights is spring, when the days are bright and sunny and the trees are blossoming red and pink. This is also the best time to take in the sights on foot. Summers are hot and perfect for a trip to the seashore. If you take a New York flight in the chilly winter months, you will still have the museums, theaters and cozy cafes to explore. Remember to pack in some extra warm woollies, though.
Getting Around New York
New York has an extensive transportation network, which can take you to different spots around the city after your arrival making the need for a car totally unnecessary. The subway serving New York remains open round-the-clock. There are the city-wide buses of the PABT and Amtrak trains that provide excellent connectivity to other major cities. Other popular means of getting around New York are the city's well-known yellow cabs numbering over 12,000 and an aerial tramway running between Roosevelt Island and Manhattan. A ferry system links Manhattan to the different boroughs of New York. So, whether you want to visit the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building, after your flight to New York, you can easily get there.
New York Attractions
By taking a flight to New York, you are venturing into the 'cultural capital of the world'. The city also boasts of being the world's most diverse in terms of the number of languages spoken, so everyone is welcome here. Some of the major New York attractions are:
- Statue of Liberty, the iconic structure that celebrates freedom and democracy.
- Empire State Building, a defining structure of New York's skyline, affording visitors a panoramic view of the New York City.
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the largest art gallery of the world housing over two million pieces of art.
- Central Park, its abundant dose of nature provides respite from the bustling world outside.
- Brooklyn Bridge, the first suspension bridge of the world, also considered the most beautiful.
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