Released DECEMBER 4, 2013 - © Travelzoo
With three major airports, multiple international and domestic airlines serve New York City, which makes for a large selection of cheap flights and airlines to choose from. The three New York City airports are LaGuardia Airport (LGA), John F. Kennedy (JFK) or Newark Liberty Airport (EWR).
After you book your New York flight and hotel, planning your trip is the best part. The "Big Apple" is a major centre for media, culture, food, fashion, art, finance and more. Full of attractions and landmarks to occupy your time, you will hardly spend any time in your hotel.
For an unforgettable visit to the Statue of Liberty, simply hop on the Liberty Island ferry that leaves every 25 minutes from Battery Park. You also can't miss Times Square, located at 42nd Street and Broadway. This area has been transformed into a family-friendly environment with themed restaurants, theatres and hotels. Central Park also offers a variety of activities including restaurants, the Metropolitan Museum, the Central Park Zoo, and Wollman Rink.
Browse the Garment District for sample sales or stroll Fifth or Madison Avenue for big-name designers and department stores. To find funky shops and to enjoy some prime people-watching opportunities, the East Village makes a nice afternoon outing. When preparing for your New York flight, don't forget your most comfortable "shopping shoes"!
Average highs for January are around 3 degrees Celsius, though temperatures in the winter can go down as low as -3 degrees Celsius. If you're booking a New York flight for the summer months, temperatures can go as high as 30 degrees Celsius but mostly range around 25 degrees Celsius in July.
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