Cheap Flights from Buffalo Niagara to New York JFK

Flight information Buffalo Niagara to New York John F. Kennedy

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 300 miles

1h 14min

Most popular airline last month


New York John F. Kennedy

1 airport

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Flying from Buffalo Niagara to New York JFK: the Flight Search

To plan a trip to New York JFK airport from Buffalo Niagara airport, you need a few different things: a thirst for adventure, walking stamina, and this flight search tool that narrows down the best flight deals from Buffalo. Because when it comes to New York, it’s the getting there that takes some to-do—once you get there, the magic of the city immediately sweeps you up.

Everyone knows the best vacation starts with a great flight deal and an airport that’s easy to navigate, so we did the leg work and mapped out the ins and outs of flying into JFK: from finding the best flight deals to deciding which airport to fly into. Price, location, searches and advice—we’ve got it all.

JFK airport to New York proper: the nitty-gritty travel tips

In a bustling city like New York there are more than a few ways to get around. As for the ways ways to get from JFK airport to New York City and beyond, the best ways are: the NYC Airporter, a bus service costing $34 roundtrip. A more expensive, but easier option, to get from JFK to Manhattan is of course the taxi cab route, which costs $52 one way and takes an hour (if you’re lucky.

Airlines, flights and prices from BUF to JFK.

When it comes down to the best flights, the cheapest flights, and simply the best flights for you to get from Buffalo Niagara to New York JFK, it all comes down to the numbers. 83 flights per week make the 300-mile journey between Buffalo and JFK, and those prices average about $130 per flight—as long as you’re booking a trip for the months of September and October. May is when those flight prices tend to spike up to around $200. It takes 1 hour and 17 minutes to make the 300-mile voyage. For a nonstop trip, take jetBlue or Delta airlines.

What to do once you’ve landed in New York

The possibilities are endless in this city that never sleeps. From touring the unique magic of the different neighborhoods: the Upper West Side and Columbia campus, Brooklyn and Prospect Park, Central Park in all it’s various glories, the twists and turns of trendy Soho, and so, so much more.

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