Flights London - New York

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Departure Thu, 09 Mar Return Thu, 16 Mar
LGW London
JFK New York
return from 379€
Departure Wed, 15 Feb Return Sun, 19 Feb
LHR London
EWR Newark - Nj
return from 382€
Departure Tue, 14 Feb Return Mon, 20 Feb
LHR London
LGA New York
return from 377€
Departure Tue, 07 Mar Return Tue, 14 Mar
LCY London
JFK New York
return from 378€
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With its tall skyscrapers and historical buildings, New York is one of the most exciting cities globally.
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Last checked on 10 February 2017
Local, one-way ticket

Trains in New York are 22% cheaper than in London.

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Mid-priced restaurant

The average meal is 7% more expensive in New York than in London.

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Regular cappuccino

Coffee in New York is 9% cheaper than in London.

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To and from the airports

Flights from London

London is the financial and cultural center of Britain, and also its capital. The city has many airports as there are a number of international passengers who arrive in this city regularly. The city's six airports see millions of passengers every year. Gatwick and Heathrow airports are the most prominent of these six.

Flights from London to New York may take off from any of London's six airports. Of these, Heathrow is the largest and the busiest. It is closely followed by Gatwick in terms of popularity and stature. Both Gatwick and Heathrow can easily be reached from London city center. London City Airport is the closest to the city center.

Getting to London airport

To get from London to New York, confirm from which airport your plane is taking off. If your plane is taking off from Gatwick or Heathrow, hop on one of the trains that take you to the airport. This is most likely going to be either the Gatwick or Heathrow Express. If you need to go to Luton, take an express train to reach in time. Stansted and Southend airports are further away, so make sure you start well in advance. If your plane is taking off from London City Airport, just call a taxi as it is within the city.

Getting to New York

One of the most important cities of the world, New York has something for everyone, even the most jaded travelers. Coffee and New York go hand in hand and one of the best ways to discover New York City is through its many cafés. Begin your day at a café in Greenwich Village, the original bohemian hangout of New Yorkers. Head towards Coney Island to people-watch on the beach, and relax at one of the many cafés in this area. Explore Brooklyn in the evening, which is slowly transforming into the café capital of New York City thanks to the many artists and writers who have moved to this borough.

Arriving to the city centre

Your London to NYC flights may land at JFK or LaGuardia. It might also land at Newark Liberty International Airport. If your flight lands at John F. Kennedy International Airport or at LaGuardia Airport, all you need to do is get on a New York City Subway train and head toward Lower Manhattan to reach all the famous landmarks of the city. However, if your flight lands at Newark Liberty International Airport, you might have to spend a little time traveling, as it is located in the nearby state of New Jersey. You can take an express bus or a shuttle to reach your destination in New York City from Newark Airport.