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Cheap Flights from New York to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson

Flight information New York to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson

cheapest roundtrip price from New York to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson last month

$107

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average flight time from New York to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson, total distance 762 miles

2h 11min

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New York City is a massive melting pot that brings people from many diverse backgrounds into one bustling and sprawling metropolis. The culture in each of the city’s five boroughs is distinct and unique; Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island are all known for different things, but they come together to form one of the world’s most influential areas.

Atlanta is 1 hour and 30 minutes to the South by plane, a trip that stretches 746 miles down the eastern coastline. Direct flights from New York to Atlanta are available from these carriers: AirTran Airways, American Airlines, and Delta Air Lines.

 

Next on the list: your NYC departure

Before you can see the gorgeous southern sights offered by Georgia’s capital, you will need to first make your way to either John F. Kennedy or LaGuardia International Airports Both of these New York airports are located in Queens, but JFK operates at approximately double the capacity.

Together, these two airfields transport over 75 million foreign and domestic passengers to and from NYC, and are integral parts of the United States’ second largest airport system. While congestion is less rampant at LaGuardia, the facility is not nearly as streamlined and up-to-date as its bigger counterpart.

 

Out of the Gates: An Adventure in The Gate City

No city represents the American South better than Atlanta; delivering a unique blend of old world, historic charm with modern, upbeat flair, ATL is the definite place to be for fun and entertainment. While not as large as New York, its three stunning skylines clearly provide much to see and do for the adventurous tourist!

Atlanta is also a prime spot for foodies to congregate, as evidenced by its abundance of world-class restaurants scattered throughout the city. In addition to its culture of food, tourists may catch a glimpse of a few celebrities as several major television shows (such as The Walking Dead and The Vampire Diaries) shoot regularly in Atlanta.

Fox Theatre, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Piedmont Park, Turner Field, High Museum of Art, and the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre are all famous local attractions to stop by and check out.

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