Cheap Flights from Seattle to New York in 2019
Flight information Seattle to New York
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 2398 miles
Most popular airline last month
New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia, Stewart International and others
A journey from Seattle to New York City passes over some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes: 2,421 miles of mountains, prairies, and Great Lakes. You might want to book a window seat. A nonstop flight will spend from five and a half to six hours in the air, and if the skies are clear, there’s a lot to look at.
You have a wealth of options for flying direct from Seattle to New York. American, Delta and Southwest all have long-established SEA to JFKschedules and Alaska Air has just added the route. There are no direct flights from Seattle to LaGuardia, but Alaska and United both fly nonstop to Newark (EWR).
Making your way to Seattle-Tacoma International
Seattle-Tacoma (SEA) gets high marks from passengers for its easy-to-navigate layout and friendly staff. SEA is made up of a large central terminal with 4 concourses and two satellite terminals, North and South. The whole airport is connected by a rapid underground people mover system. The airport has good amenities, including free WiFi, plenty of power points, and even regular live music. If you’re traveling with your pet, there are several designated relief areas.
Taking public transportation to this airport is easy and affordable. The Link Light Rail runs every 7.5 to 15 minutes between the hours of 5:00 am and 1:00 am, and fare costs $2.75. There are also many public bus routes which serve the airport, including some express services. If you’d like to cycle to the airport, SEA has made it easy. There are four bike parking areas through the airport, including indoor and outdoor parking and long-term storage. Those who are bringing their bikes along can avail of the convenient bike assembly/disassembly station.
Arriving in New York City
Celebrated in countless films, songs, and television shows, the status of New York City is almost mythic. But once you step foot onto its heaving concrete streets, it strikes you that this city is the real deal.
In a place defined by incredible diversity, choosing how to fill your time in NYC is never a problem. There’s an adventure waiting around every corner, and many of your best memories will be of the random situations you encounter.
We recommend a flexible plan. Pick a centerpiece experience (or three) for each day, and then surrender to the flow. If you haven’t done it yet, it really is worth it to make the rounds of the big landmarks – the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, or take in a Broadway show!
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