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New York to Orlando

  • Orlando is served by 3 airports. These are Orlando International, Orlando Executive, Orlando Sanford.
  • $183 was the cheapest return price from New York to Orlando last month
  • 5 airlines fly direct from New York to Orlando
  • The most popular airline flying from New York to Orlando last month was jetBlue
  • The average flight time from New York to Orlando is 2h 28min
  • New York to Orlando is 935 miles
  • There are 321 flights a week from New York to Orlando

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Dozens of nicknames have been attributed to the United States’ largest city, but “The City” is simple, concise, and above all probably the most accurate way to describe NYC. This is the one place most people picture when thinking of a major metropolis. New York has been known around the world for centuries as the economic, social, cultural, and political hub of the West.

It is the go-to destination for many visitors each year. This figure has grown phenomenally since the turn of the 21st century. Whereas in 2002 20 million foreign and domestic tourists traveled to The Big Apple, which is impressive enough as it is, NYC saw this figure nearly triple in 2013, with 55 million being the current mark!

Orlando, The City Beautiful, matches its northern neighbor for tourism volume, albeit for a much different reason. Florida’s theme park hub is 938 miles and 2 hours, 45 minutes to the South of NYC. Direct flights from New York to Orlando are available from American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and JetBlue Airways. United Airlines and US Airways also offer service to the destination.

 

Leaving LaGuardia and JFK

Nestled in Queens (on two different sides of the borough) are two of the world’s busiest airports, ones that comprise the second largest airport system after the London flight network. For years, LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy International have been critically acclaimed for their sheer amounts of passenger traffic.

Totaling 53 million each year, JFK is the much more active of the two; the airfield is the United States’ third-leading freight gateway, along with being a major transport hub for Delta Air Lines and American Airlines. Its terminals are complete with only the best shops, restaurants, and other features and passenger services you would expect at a world-class airport!

 

O-town fun

Theme parks may be what Orlando is best known for, but they are far from the only attraction to see in this sun-soaked, southern hot spot!

After spending a couple days at Universal Studios and Disney World, make your way to the Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour, Gatorland, Timucua Arts White House, Florida Film Festival, Black Hammock Adventures, and West Orange Trail. Get out and enjoy the sights, as there are more than enough to see here!

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