Cheap Flights from Charlotte Douglas to New York
Flight information Charlotte Douglas to New York
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Average flight time, total distance 545 miles
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New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia and Stewart International
US Routes: Charlotte Douglas to New York
You can take direct, non-stop flights from Charlotte Douglas Airport to New York on United, American, and JetBlue Airlines. These flights are approximately two hours long, and they land at John F. Kennedy (JFK), Newark (EWR), or LaGuardia (LGA) airports. United Airlines' direct flights to New York from Charlotte Douglas land only at Newark Liberty International Airport while JetBlue flies only to JFK Airport on its direct route. Other airlines on this route that make connecting stops include Delta, Alaska, and Southwest Airlines.
Arriving At New York Airports
American Airlines flights coming into Newark Airport will arrive at Terminal A, while some of United Airlines flights on this route arrive at either Terminal A or C. Terminal A services domestic flights, and there are no immigration facilities at this building. Terminal C is the airport's newest terminal, with ticketing areas for both international and domestic flights. The AirTrain is a free rail system that connects Newark's three terminals and car rental locations. You can take the AirTrain to Amtrak and New Jersey Transit rail lines to continue on to your destination to New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut or Delaware. The AirTrain departs every three minutes, with service suspended between 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. You can also take a taxi. Visit the Port Authority Welcome Center at each terminal's arrivals area to ask a uniformed staff member for assistance in obtaining a taxi. A taxi from Newark to midtown Manhattan can range anywhere from $55 to $65 without a tip. You can also opt to rent a car by taking the AirTrain to one of the 11 car rental companies on site.
Flights from Charlotte Douglas to New York arriving at LaGuardia Airport usually land at Terminal C, with some ending up at Terminal D. The two terminals are linked by a walkway, with Terminal C having transit bus service to New York City, express buses to Manhattan, a taxi rank, car rental service, and some hotel shuttles.
If you arrive from Charlotte Douglas at New York JFK Airport, you will land at Terminal 4, 5, or 8. Terminal 4 is JFK's newest building, built in 2013. It serves as a hub for Delta Airlines. Terminal 5 is a major hub for JetBlue Airlines, and Terminal 8 is the largest passenger terminal at JFK. You can move between the terminals using the free AirTrain system, which operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The AirTrain stops at rental car areas, hotel shuttle stops, and parking lots. You can also take the AirTrain to NYC subways from the Jamaica or Howard Beach stations. New York City's yellow taxis offer flat rates from the airport to Manhattan from $50-$70 excluding a 15-20% tip.
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