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Currency:
US Dollar
Time Zone:
GMT -5 hours
Flight Time:
8 hours
Airport Code:
EWR,JFK,LGA
Holiday Type:
City Break / Summer Sun

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Head from Manchester to New York and jet into the renowned JFK International Airport to experience a pulsating city full of life and character. Gorge on everything the Big Apple has to offer after you cross the Atlantic and fly Manchester to New York in around seven and a half hours. JFK is situated in the borough of Queens, and is around 12 miles from Lower Manhattan. The subway can take you right into the city

Cheap Flights from Manchester to New York

New York John F Kennedy
Sat 10 March 2018 -
returning on Thu 15 March 2018
from£395
New York John F Kennedy
Mon 15 January 2018 -
returning on Mon 22 January 2018
from£395
New York John F Kennedy
Mon 12 March 2018 -
returning on Thu 15 March 2018
from£395
New York John F Kennedy
Thu 12 April 2018 -
returning on Wed 18 April 2018
from£398
New York John F Kennedy
Wed 11 April 2018 -
returning on Mon 16 April 2018
from£398
New York Newark
Thu 17 May 2018 -
returning on Tue 22 May 2018
from£399
United Airlines
New York John F Kennedy
Fri 13 April 2018 -
returning on Fri 20 April 2018
from£407
Virgin Atlantic Little Red - Domestic flights to London Heathrow
New York John F Kennedy
Tue 10 April 2018 -
returning on Mon 16 April 2018
from£407
Virgin Atlantic Little Red - Domestic flights to London Heathrow
New York John F Kennedy
Tue 10 April 2018 -
returning on Sun 15 April 2018
from£410
Virgin Atlantic Little Red - Domestic flights to London Heathrow
New York John F Kennedy
Tue 22 May 2018 -
returning on Tue 29 May 2018
from£412
Delta
New York John F Kennedy
Thu 31 May 2018 -
returning on Tue 05 June 2018
from£412
Delta
New York John F Kennedy
Sat 09 June 2018 -
returning on Wed 13 June 2018
from£414
Virgin Atlantic Little Red - Domestic flights to London Heathrow
New York John F Kennedy
Mon 30 April 2018 -
returning on Mon 07 May 2018
from£421
Delta
New York John F Kennedy
Tue 03 April 2018 -
returning on Sun 08 April 2018
from£421
Virgin Atlantic Little Red - Domestic flights to London Heathrow
New York John F Kennedy
Fri 13 April 2018 -
returning on Thu 19 April 2018
from£421
Virgin Atlantic Little Red - Domestic flights to London Heathrow
Direct flights from Manchester to New York take around seven and a half hours, while the return flight should shave around half an hour off the journey time. There are plenty of direct flights available, although many will also involve a connection, which can be as brief as 45 minutes and may help cut the cost of your trip. Connections often involve a short hop over to a German airport such as Dusseldorf, Frankfurt or Munich. JFK is New York’s busiest airport, although it may be the case that you arrive at one of the area’s other airports, LaGuardia or Newark. Newark is in New Jersey and therefore a little further from the city than the other two. It may even be the case that your most suitable Manchester to New York flight arrives at one of the city’s airports and departs from another. Due to the fact that you gain time on the outward journey, you can fly Manchester to New York late morning and arrive in the Big Apple early in the afternoon. Once in New York, you’ll need to make your way to your final destination or accommodation. JFK and LaGuardia are both located in Queens, with each airport well-served by ground transportation. The AirTrain JFK connects its namesake to the city’s subway system, in addition to the Long Island Rail Road station. A subway trip to Midtown Manhattan takes around half an hour, while Downtown will take another 45 minutes. The NYC Airporter Bus runs every half hour and serves both JFK and LaGuardia well between Grand Central Station, Penn Station, Bryant Park and the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Private shuttle companies operate from ground transportation desks at both airports, while taxis are in plentiful supply with fixed prices that do not include bridge tolls. Newark is similarly well-served by taxis, while the Newark Liberty Airport Express operates under similar parameters as the NYC Airporter. The airport’s internal monorail system includes a station that services the Amtrak and New Jersey Transit lines, tickets for which can be purchased at the Newark International Airport Station.