Flights from Manchester to New York JFK

Fly from Manchester to New York JFK with Aer Lingus via Dublin and explore the sights and sounds of Manhattan for less. You'll also save time and avoid queues with US Customs and Border Protection pre-clearance completed at Dublin. Explore the infamous city that never sleeps, catch a Broadway show, explore the museums, don't forget shopping on 5th Avenue or take relaxing stroll in Central Park. Whatever you are looking for NYC will not disappoint!
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Cheap flights to New York JFK from Manchester

Grab yourself a cheap flight to New York and discover how easy it is to travel to North America with Aer Lingus. Connect in Dublin and pre-clear U.S. immigration before boarding your transatlantic flight - that means you can grab your bags and go when you land in New York! 

Why Visit New York?

New York is energy and attitude, pure and unrestrainable. Everything about it is larger than life, from the bright lights and bustling streets of Times Square, to the over-the-top magnificence of Broadway, to the imposing symbol of freedom and American ideals that is the Statue of Liberty. A centre of finance and business, of fashion and design, of art, music, entertainment and gastronomy, the city never sleeps. Not for nothing is it called the Capital of the World. New York is hugely international, seemingly having its long arms reach across the globe as it pulls the whole world, with its people and ideas, towards itself, making it a unique and unbearably exciting city.

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Flights in brief

Connect in Dublin then fly direct to: John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) - Terminal 5

Average flight time from Dublin or Shannon to New York JFK: 7hr 30min

Frequency: Up to 2 flights per day from Dublin.

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Useful facts on New York City

International dialling code: +1 / 001

Area code: 212

Currency: US Dollar, $1 = 100 cents

Emergency numbers: 911

Population:

City proper: 8,491,080
Metropolitan area: 23,632,722

NYC tourist information

Official NYC Information Center at Macy's Herald Square

151 W. 34th St. (bet. Seventh Ave. and Broadway)

Tel: +1 212 484 1222

Hours: Mon.–Fri., 9am–7pm; Sat., 10am–7pm; Sun., 11am–7pm. Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

 

Official NYC Information Center – Times Square

Seventh Avenue at 44th St.

Tel: +1 212 484 1222

Hours: 9am–6pm daily.

John F. Kennedy airport

You can take public transportation or taxis to Manhattan from JFK. There is a flat-rate taxi fare from JFK to Manhattan, but there are also subway and public transport options.

To reach the stops for public transport, you need to use the AirTrain in most cases.

The metro from JFK to Midtown Manhattan takes approximately 60-75 minutes.

There are also different bus services. The local transport company MTA operates three different lines going to nearby neighborhoods. The fare is the same as for the metro.

The NYC Airporter is a direct bus line from JFK to Grand Central Station and Penn Station. The journey takes approx. 60 minutes depending on traffic. You can buy tickets online or at the NYC Airporter counter inside the airport.

Address: JFK International Airport, Queens, New York

Telehone+1 718 244 4444

Website: www.jfkairport.com

NYC Public transport

Taxis

You can hail a yellow cab on almost any street corner. Taxis are inexpensive and an easy way to travel. There are nighttime and rush hour surcharges. Remember to leave a tip. Manhattan has very long streets and avenues and it’s important to know both the address and the cross street of your destination. A taxi is vacant if the yellow light on top of the car is completely lit.

Subway

If you’re going somewhere too far to walk, the subway is the way to go. Most subway lines travel up and down Manhattan, while buses travel across. Subways run 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. You can buy a one week unlimited Metrocard if you know you will travel a lot. Ticket machines in subway stations accept cash, credit and debit cards. Subway maps are free from all ticket or information booths.

Buses

Most buses in Manhattan follow the north-south or east-west grid of the city, primarily on the larger avenues. Bus stops are marked by a light-blue sign on a green post (and include a list of bus numbers and routes), and the $2.75 fare can be paid either in exact change or with the MetroCard, with which you can transfer for free between metro and bus services. If transferring without a card, the driver can give passengers a free transfer coupon. Buses run frequently and, for the most part, all night, but traffic can make a long ride out of a short distance.

Website: www.mta.info

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