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Getting to New York


New York City is served by the international hubs of La Guardia (LGA) and John F. Kennedy (JFK) in Queens, and Newark (EWR) in New Jersey. Albany (ALB), Syracuse (SYR), and Buffalo (BUF) run regular regional services and a handful of international flights.


All major U.S. carriers – including United, Continental, American, Delta, and US Airways – and most international carriers serve LGA, EWR and JFK. Discount carriers AirTran, Frontier, JetBlue and Spirit regularly fly into LGA. Continental, Delta, United and US Airways all serve SYR, ALB and BUF.

Flight Times

6 hours from the West Coast; 2.5 hours from the Midwest, 3.5 hours from the South.

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