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Cheap Flights from Raleigh / Durham to New York John F. Kennedy

Flight information Raleigh / Durham to New York John F. Kennedy

cheapest roundtrip price from Raleigh / Durham to New York John F. Kennedy last month

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airlines fly non-stop from Raleigh / Durham to New York John F. Kennedy

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flights a week from Raleigh / Durham to New York John F. Kennedy

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average flight time from Raleigh / Durham to New York John F. Kennedy, total distance 426 miles

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Flying from Raleigh/Durham to New York’s John F. Kennedy airport:

With 89 flights a week, and three airlines—Delta, American and JetBlue—providing nonstop flights to JFK, the 426-mile journey from Raleigh/Durham to JFK is readily accessible for getting you started on your New York trip.

Among the trio of NYC-area airports (JFK, Newark and LaGuardia), JFK reigns in southern Queens, on Jamaica Bay. It’s 15 miles from midtown Manhattan (that’s about a $60, hour-long Uber ride).

It’s easier than you think to find cheap airfare to JFK. Check out Skyscanner’s flight search tool to scope bargain airfare to New York, and before you know it you’ll have an itinerary booked.

Best time to book a flight to JFK:

October is the cheapest time to book a flight to John F. Kennedy airport, with August closely following. For a keen breakdown of month-by-month airfare costs, use this month search tool and match your flight dollars to price-maximized months.

Airlines that fly to JFK:

More than 80 airlines arrive at and depart from JFK gates, but here are a few of the top names: Delta, American, Airlines, jetBlue, Alaska Airlines, Virgin America, Hawaiian Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, United and British Airways.

Going to and from JFK:

In the city that offers a bevy of transportation options, JFK is no different. For a private ride, grab an Uber for $60—15 miles and one hour later, you’re in Manhattan.

If you’re more for the public transportation option, you can access the subway by taking AirTrain from your terminal to Jamaica Station in Queens. Then switch to the A, E, or J subway lines or to the Long Island Rail Road to Penn Station in Manhattan.

For those venturing to locales outside NYC (or simply braving the city streets), this car rental search tool will steer you towards some reliable wheels.

Navigating JFK:

Six terminals and more than 125 gates make up the JFK map. Within this kind of space, you better believe you’ll find more than a few options for a bite to eat, place to rest and shopping to do.

A notable stop for those with time to kill and stomachs to fill is celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson's Uptown Brasserie, offering New York cuisine with international flair. Simply need to recharge your (mental and phone) batteries? Charging stations and lounges are scattered about the terminals.

Exploring New York:

JFK is a convenient hub if you’re staying in the outer borough—think Park Slope, Brooklyn Heights, Fort Greene, or any other neighborhood in the borough. Use this hotel search to seek out your perfect vacation crash pad.

As for plotting your adventure points? New York is ready to entertain all year long at the drop of a hat. Go full tourist at the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State building, or delve into a bevy of new creations at the Museum of Modern Art. For post-exploration refueling, John’s pizza in Times Square will satisfy your New York slice dreams. Need a dose of nature after immersion in the concrete jungle? Check out Prospect Park in Brooklyn or the famed Central Park in upper Manhattan.

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