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Cheap Flights from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to New York

Flight information Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to New York

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$115

Non-stop airlines

10

Flights per week

404

Average flight time, total distance 762 miles

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Most popular airline last month

Delta

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Flights from Atlanta to New York City

This information is correct as of August 2015

Airlines that fly from Atlanta to New York City

Two airlines fly from Atlanta to New York-Newark: Delta and United Airlines.

One airline flies from Atlanta to New York-Kennedy: Delta.

Five airlines fly from Atlanta to New York-LaGuardia: Frontier Airlines, Delta, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and US Airways.

Terminal Information - Departing

Atlanta has one airport, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL), which is located south of city of Atlanta, nine miles south of downtown.

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport has a pair of terminals that offer numerous options for both food and drink, as well as shopping options that offer a variety of goods for purchase. Two spas are also available for travelers at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, along with three different lounges, Delta Sky Club, American Airlines Admiral Club, and The Club at ATL.

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport offers complimentary Wi-Fi for all travelers, along with a large number of power outlets and charging stations throughout the airport.

Terminal Information – Arriving

There are three airports that service the New York area: New York-Newark Airport (EWR), New York-Kennedy (JFK), and New York-LaGuardia Airport (LGA).

New York-Newark Airport is located in Newark, New Jersey, roughly 15 miles southwest of Manhattan. New York-Newark Airport has three terminals. Public transportation via bus and train is available for travelers. Taxis, Limousines, and car rental services are also available to travelers, as well as limited ride-sharing options.

New York-Kennedy is located in Queens, New York, roughly 12 miles from Manhattan. New York-Kennedy has six terminals. Public transportation via bus and train is available to New York from New York-Kennedy. Helicopters, Taxis, Limousines, and car rental services are also available to travelers, as well as limited ride-sharing options.

New York-LaGuardia Airport is located in Queens, New York, roughly eight miles from Manhattan. New York-LaGuardia Airport has four terminals. Public transportation via bus is available to New York from New York-LaGuardia Airport. Taxis, Limousines, and car rental services are also available to travelers, as well as limited ride-sharing options.

Practical Information

Travelers who are flying from Atlanta to New York City do not need a passport, but are recommended to travel with a government-issued photo ID. Travelers who do not have a valid government-issued photo ID (their ID is expired, or they do not have a photo ID) are allowed to travel, but require extra screening as well as ID verification by the TSA at security, a process which can add up to an hour to security times.

It is recommended to arrive at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport a minimum of two hours before your estimated flight time. Traffic is the primary cause for delays getting to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, so be sure to allow yourself extra time to get to the airport, especially if you are traveling on a weekday in the evening. Weather rarely causes delays, as Atlanta weather is generally pleasant throughout the year. However, delays tend to occur with any rain or snow fall, so plan accordingly.

What to expect in New York

Atlanta and New York are both on Eastern Standard Time, but the weather in New York is very different from Atlanta, with temperatures nearly always lower. In the winter the temperature differences can be extreme, so be sure to bring a heavy coat if flying to New York during these months.

New York is a large city, with many transportation options ranging from public transportation via bus and subway to livery services to ride-sharing options such as Uber and Lyft. Depending on your travel plans you may need to rent a car to get around the area, but should you choose this option be aware that parking costs in the city are very high.

Overall, New York is a more expensive city than Atlanta with regards to transportation, living expenses, and restaurant prices. A meal for two at a mid-range restaurant in New York is roughly 20% higher than the same meal in Atlanta.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.