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New York to New Jersey 2020 flight deals

Cheap flights to New Jersey from New York found for this year
23 Apr - 26 Apr
$294pp
EWR
Newark
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
ACY
Atlantic City
ACY
Atlantic City
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
EWR
Newark
20 Mar - 22 Mar
$467pp
EWR
Newark
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
ACY
Atlantic City
ACY
Atlantic City
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
EWR
Newark
20 Mar - 22 Mar
$489pp
LGA
New York LaGuardia
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
ACY
Atlantic City
ACY
Atlantic City
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
LGA
New York LaGuardia

Last minute flights from New York to New Jersey

Late deals on round-trip flights to New Jersey from New York, departing today and this week
13 Dec - 15 Dec
$275pp
EWR
Newark
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
ACY
Atlantic City
ACY
Atlantic City
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
EWR
Newark
9 Dec - 16 Dec
$322pp
EWR
Newark
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
ACY
Atlantic City
ACY
Atlantic City
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
EWR
Newark
13 Dec - 15 Dec
$375pp
LGA
New York LaGuardia
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
ACY
Atlantic City
ACY
Atlantic City
Spirit Airlines
 
1 STOP
LGA
New York LaGuardia

Departure points for flights from New York to New Jersey

Destination information for New Jersey

Things to know before you go. Useful info for your trip from New York to New Jersey

Airports servicing New York

La Guardia (LGA)
Newark Intl (EWR)
John F. Kennedy Intl (JFK)

Airports servicing

Caldwell Wright (CDW)
Morristown (MMU)
Tete (TEB)
Trenton (TTN)
Atlantic City (ACY)

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Flight FAQs

From New York to New Jersey

What airports serve New York to New Jersey flights?

Many people will likely drive to New Jersey from New York if they live in the New York City metro area or anywhere close to it. But if you live somewhere in upstate New York, it would be a better idea to fly. You might take off from Buffalo Niagara International Airport and fly to Philadelphia for a trip to Atlantic City. You could also fly from there into Liberty International Airport in Newark. The Newark airport is one of the three major ones serving the New York City metro area. It’s located in New Jersey though. It’s the busiest of the three. It’s located right between Newark and Elizabeth. The airport was the first one in the area that had a control tower. The Philadelphia International Airport serves the Philadelphia area and is close to the New Jersey border. You can find flights there and then drive to places in New Jersey like Atlantic City. The drive out to the casino city will take you just over an hour after your flight.

Which airlines fly directly from New York to New Jersey?

There are some non-stop flights from Buffalo to Newark. You’ll find them on United and they’re about an hour and a half long. If you want to fly from Buffalo to Philadelphia, you can go direct with American Airlines on a flight that will take about 1h 20m.

What are the stopover options between New York and New Jersey?

If you’re choosing a flight that stops from Buffalo to Newark, there are stops in Boston and Detroit with Delta. They range from under an hour to over three hours. United will take you through Houston for about an hour. JetBlue Airways also flies through Boston. American Airlines stops in Chicago and sometimes Charlotte. If you’re going to fly to Philadelphia you’ll be stopping in Washington DC, Detroit, Boston, or Chicago.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly from New York to New Jersey?

These flights do not require a visa or passport to take. You can board with just your valid photo ID.