Cheap Flights From New York To San Jose International
Flight information New York to San Jose International
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Average flight time, total distance 2551 miles
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San Jose International and Mountain View
Flying out of America’s densest city to the heart of Silicon Valley in San Jose might lead to culture shock, but we’re ready to help you plan your trip and find the lowest ticket price possible. Keep mobile app close at hand during your planning and your journey, and you’ll have no problem flying from skyscrapers to technology crazed valleys.
What Airlines Fly This Route?
If you’d like to fly from NYC to San Jose, you can do so via American Airlines, Jet Blue, Frontier, Alaska Airlines, or United Airlines. There are also a number of charter airlines which you may be able to book and get more expensive but more luxurious service.
Some flights along this route have a layover, but most flights are direct. You should try avoiding the layover flights, as they can cause your travel time to double or even triple.
When Is It Cheapest To Fly On This Route?
The price histories for flights along this route show that the cost of flying from NYC to San Jose is fairly consistent. We’ll do our best to help you find the cheapest flight, and if you set up our price alert tool you’ll be notified about the odd times when flights are a little bit cheaper—but keep your expectations in line with the historical data.
San Jose has excellent weather year-round, which contributes to consistent flight prices.
Where Will I Depart From?
You’ll depart from one of three airports: Newark International Airport, LaGuardia Airport, or the JFK International Airport. Your terminals in these airports will vary depending on which airline you pick, but thankfully all three of these airports have many, many features.
What’s At The Departure Terminals?
Each of the departure airports has a different yet special charm. If you depart from JFK, for instance, you can spend your time using any of the hundreds of free iPad devices, which you can also use to order food or shop from dozens of different locations.
If you depart from Newark, you’ll have an even wider selection of shops and restaurants, all of which will be less expensive than at JFK. Likewise, though LaGuardia is the smallest of the three potential departure airports, the walls are thick with murals which you can enjoy to pass the time.
What’s At The Landing Terminal?
You’ll most likely be landing at Terminal B at San Jose International Airport, unless you flew with American Airlines, in which case you’ll be landing at Terminal A. Between Terminal A and Terminal B is the transportation hub, where you can rent a car, hop onto the Airport Flyer Bus which connects to other points of regional transit via rail, take the Metro Light Rail, hail a cab, or go to the rideshare app pool.
There may be a few traditional taxis remaining in San Jose, but most have been eaten up by the ridesharing giants. San Jose is in Silicon Valley, which is notorious for its poor public transportation and its driving culture, so you should rent a car or plan to spend a lot of money on ridesharing apps.
How Are Different Are NYC and San Jose?
New York City is extremely expensive, and it’s comparable to San Jose. The main difference that you’ll notice is the culture. People in NYC have many methods of transportation, whereas in San Jose people use their cars to get around. There are areas of downtown San Jose where you can use public transportation, however. There shouldn’t be much culture shock for anyone who is accustomed to New York City upon arrival in San Jose.
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