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Flights from Newark to the United States

Flight information New York Newark to United States

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$82

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8

Flights per week

85672

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New York City has historically been the welcome mat for newcomers to the United States and is known for its diverse melting pot of cultures from all over the world. Located on the eastern seaboard, it is one of the main gateways to all of the fun there is to be had in the country. New York City is where people go to make it big in the financial and fashion industries, and a place where business happens. Whether you are departing from New York City to close a new business deal, take a quiet vacation away from home, or would just like to explore the rest of the United States, Skyscanner can help you find the cheapest flight out of The Big Apple.

Flying from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is located at the New Jersey/New York border and serves as the secondary airport for the greater Manhattan area. EWR transports over 43 million travelers each year and has three main terminals. All domestic flights to other US airports are hosted in Terminals 1 and 3; Terminal 2 is reserved for international flights.

TSA recommends that you arrive for your departing flight at least two hours early to ensure you have enough time to check in, get through airport security, and arrive to your gate in time for your flight. While you wait, feel free to use the free Wi-Fi, rest up in one of the visitors lounges, get a cocktail at the bar, or dine at one of the world-class eateries.

Final Destination: Popular US Cities

From EWR, you can take a direct flight to Knoxville, Tennessee and experience a taste of the simple life in America's Heartland. Flights from EWR to Knoxville can be snagged up for as cheap as $90 and the trip will take approximately two hours. Allegiant Air is the primary airline that provides non-stop service to this city and you will arrive to McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS). This airport is located approximately 12 miles from downtown Knoxville and also in close proximity to Smoky Mountain National Park.

If you are in need of some good old fashioned Vitamin D, fly south to Orlando for around $100. Orlando is home to Universal Studios, Epcot Center, Disney World, and other iconic theme park attractions. Spirit Airlines and jetBlue are the primary airlines that fly this route and the trip takes approximately three hours to complete. When you arrive to Orlando, you will most likely land at Orlando International Airport (MCO). From the airport, hop on a Disney Express bus, catch the public bus, arrange for an airport or hotel shuttle, or pick up a rental car to get to your final destination quickly.

New Orleans is another popular destination where you can party it up, savor fresh caught seafood, and learn about the art of voodoo. From EWR, fly direct to New Orleans Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY) for as little as $110 when you travel outside of Mardi Gras season. Spirit Airlines is the main carrier for this route and makes daily trips down to New Orleans. Once you land, book a rental car, catch the public transit, arrange for an Uber or Lyft ride, or hail a taxi to get to your final destination.

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