Cheap Flights From Dallas To New York City
Flight information Dallas to New York
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Average flight time, total distance 1380 miles
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New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia and Stewart International
Booking Your Flight
When you fly from Dallas to New York City, you’ll be departing from the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. Flights along this route tend to be more expensive in the summer, so be sure to make your booking with us here at Skyscanner so that you can get the best deal possible.
Most of the flights from Dallas to New York have a layover, though the location of the layover can vary from Charlotte, NC to Saint Louis. If you have a preferred time of departure or a preferred layover, you can probably accommodate your preferences thanks to the well-traveled nature of this route.
This route is serviced by the following carriers:
- Alaska Airlines
- Sun Country Air
- Virgin America
- American Airlines
At Dallas-Fort Worth Airport, you’ll be departing from Terminal A, Terminal B, or Terminal C, all of which are lush with dining and shopping opportunities characteristic of a major world airport.
Where Will My Flight Land?
Flying into New York City on this route means that you’ll be landing at either LaGuardia Airport or JFK Airport. On very rare occasions, you may find a flight which lands in Newark. If you land at LaGuardia, you’ll find yourself in either Terminal B which has easy access to the metro bus system, endless numbers of taxis, rideshares, and car rental opportunities.
If you land at JFK, you’ll find yourself in Terminal 2 or Terminal 5, both of which have ample ground transportation options. JFK’s transit options include all of LaGuardia’s, and also introduces a direct metro subway connection and a Long Island Railroad connection via a shuttle.
If you’re feeling particularly ritzy, you can also hire a helicopter to take you from JFK’s Terminal 3 and downtown Manhattan.
Getting From the Airport To The City
Depending on where you want to go in New York City, you’ll need to use a different transit option. Manhattan is easy to get to using the subway, but will be slow via bus. The Bronx is easily reachable by bus, but expensive by taxi. Queens is easiest to reach by taxi, but you can also take the bus if you’re willing to have a long ride. Getting to Brooklyn is a tossup between subway and bus, depending on the time of day.
New York City is significantly more expensive than Dallas, and tends to be much colder in the fall, spring, and winter. Dress for moderate seasons. Finally, New York’s culture is significantly different than Dallas. While New Yorkers have a reputation for being rude, you’ll quickly find that they’re merely in a hurry to get to the next great thing in the city.
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