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Cheap Flights from Cleveland to New York in 2019

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Flight information Cleveland to New York

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$137

Non-stop airlines

10

Flights per week

192

Average flight time, total distance 406 miles

1h 28min

Most popular airline last month

United

New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia and Stewart International

4 airports

Frequently asked questions

There are 4 airports in New York: New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia, and Stewart International.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Cleveland to New York is $137. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 28min is the average flight time from Cleveland to New York.
There are 10 airlines who fly non-stop from Cleveland to New York.
There are 192 flights per week flying from Cleveland to New York, as of October.

Whether you're heading to New York City on a business trip or a weekend getaway for a change of scenery, Skyscanner makes it easy to find the cheapest flights out of Cleveland. Although the two cities are similar in art and culture, the overwhelming size and complexity of the Big Apple might be enough to intimidate even an experienced traveler. With Skyscanner, find all the information you need for a stress-free flight.

The Airports In Cleveland and New York City

Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (CLE) is the primary airport in Cleveland and the only airport in the city that offers non-stop flights to New York. Three airlines fly from Cleveland to New York, including American Airlines, Delta, and United. Each of these airlines offers flights to all three major airports in New York.

When choosing which airport to fly into in New York, consider the time of travel, flight cost, and convenience to your primary destination. Located about 15 miles from Manhattan in southern Queens, John F. Kennedy International is the largest airport in New York and one of the busiest in the world. To get into the city, you can take a train or taxi, although traffic can be heavy depending on the time of day. Newark International in New Jersey is another option for those visiting Midtown or Lower Manhattan, and a short train ride will take you right to Penn Station. If you're planning to stay in the boroughs beyond Manhattan, consider flying into LaGuardia. Because of its central location between the city, Brooklyn, and the Bronx, transportation can be relatively cheap.

How to Save Time Flying Out of CLE

As you prepare for your trip, plan to arrive at Clevland International at least 90 minutes prior to your scheduled flight. Save time at check-in and leave all of your checked baggage unlocked for security purposes. All adult travelers need a government-issued photo ID. If you do not have a photo ID, the airport requires at least two pieces of identification, and one of them must be issued by a government agency. Have all of your identification readily accessible, as you will be asked for it at various locations throughout CLE.

What to Do at Cleveland International

Cleveland International offers an incredible variety of shops, dining options, and relaxation amenities you can enjoy as you wait to board your flight. Grab a bite to eat at a local or national chain restaurant, then burn off some energy on one of CLE's Start! Walking Routes. If you prefer a more low-key experience, the Airspace Cleveland Lounge might be just what you need. For as little as $20, enjoy a private enclave where you can rest, eat a light meal, or catch up on emails.

Comparing Cleveland and New York City

Because Cleveland and New York City are both located in the northeast, they have many similarities. Both are in the Eastern Time Zone. They each have mild summers and harsh winters, although the snow melts faster on the streets of NYC. The cost of living in Manhattan is much higher, so prepare accordingly. If you're planning a food road trip through the city, be ready to pay nearly 20 percent more for each meal than in Cleveland.

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