Cheap Flights from Phoenix Sky Harbor to New York
Flight information Phoenix Sky Harbor to New York
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Average flight time, total distance 2140 miles
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What To Expect On This Route
Flying from Phoenix to New York City is possible via a wide variety of carriers and times, meaning that you’ll be able to get your pick of the litter when it comes to flight times. This route is served by American Airlines, United Airlines, Sun Country Air, JetBlue, Delta, and Alaska Airlines. Check out our resources here at Skyscanner to make sure that you get the best pricing for your flight.
Flying along this route takes most flights six and a half hours, though depending on where the layover is the flight can last as long as eight hours.
You’ll be departing Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport’s Terminal 3 while flying on this route. Sky Harbor is a well-kept modern airport, and you’ll be able to take advantage of the high-speed wireless internet access if you’re willing to register and tolerate advertisements as you browse. There are also plenty of food and shopping options to keep you busy while you wait for your flight at Sky Harbor.
How Long Will My Layover Be?
Most flights on this route have a layover, though there are a few exceptions. Flights that have layovers typically stop at Chicago O’Hare International Airport for an hour, and tend to run per schedule.
Arriving In New York
You’ll likely be landing at either Newark Airport or JFK International Airport in New York City. If you land at Newark, you’ll need to pick between one of the myriad transportation options which take you from the airport into the city itself. At Newark, you can board the regional transit railway, the subway, the bus, or rent a car, though all of the above tend to be quite crowded and road traffic tends to be heavy. Be sure to set aside some extra time if your flight lands at Newark.
At JFK, you’ll also be able to hop onto the subway, regional rail network, or a bus to take you to the rest of NYC. Like at Newark, most of your transit options will be heavily crowded and combat heavy traffic, though you’ll start off closer to your destination so it’s possible that you won’t need to spend as much time getting there.
New York City is one of the world’s biggest tourist destinations, though many of its areas aren’t designed with tourists in mind. There are quite a few resources for visitors at the city’s information terminals at transit hubs, so don’t be afraid to load up on maps and other materials to help you make your way around.
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