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Cheap flights from Chicago to New York
Book a flight from Chicago to New York and the Big Apple is yours for the taking. This iconic American city has three airport hubs. There’s John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and La Guardia Airport (LGA) in NYC itself, plus Newark (EWR) across the river in New Jersey. Wherever you start from, you’ve got a long list of must-dos. Visit New York City in December and do your Christmas shopping in Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s. Visit in summer and sit down to an open-air concert in Central Park. While you’re in town, tick off Times Square, climb the Empire State Building and snap a photo of the Statue of Liberty. We weren’t joking when we said it was a long list…
How long is the flight from Chicago to New York?
If you’re taking a Chicago to New York flight you’re looking at an average journey time of just over 2 hours. Bear in mind that duration will be longer if you choose an indirect flight with stop-offs on the way. To exclude these from your results, check the ‘direct flights only’ box in the search box filters.
Which airlines operate flights from Chicago to New York?
Well-known airlines that run Chicago to New York flights include Delta, United and Southwest, although there are plenty more. If you’re looking for specific flights from Chicago to New York, use the search function at the top of this page to compare departure times for different operators.
How frequent are flights between Chicago and New York?
You’ll have no problem finding a flight from Chicago to New York as there are multiple departures a day. Just remember you’ll need to factor in the time difference when you arrive, as Chicago is one hour behind New York.
Which airports serve Chicago and New York?
You can book a flight to New York from Chicago O'Hare or Midway airports, as well as a number of other airports all through Illinois.
What is there to do in New York?
In short, a lot. Chicago to New York flights serve up the kind of sightseeing opportunities that most cities can only aspire to. Manhattan is the star attraction, and the place to head to if the Empire State Building, Central Park and Times Square are on your to-do list. But there are four more boroughs to explore if you truly want to get a feel for the place, so save some time for the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island, too. Weather-wise, New York winters are cold, so you’ll want to pack your warmest clothes if you’re visiting between Thanksgiving in November and the start of April. If you’d prefer to pack your summer wardrobe, book your Chicago to New York flight between May and October instead.
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Facts and figures about flying from Los Angeles to New York
- The Airbus A319 is the smallest airplane available for flights between Los Angeles and New York
- Flights from Los Angeles to New York are typically delayed by 50 mins
- Diversions are not expected on flights between Los Angeles and New York
- Flights from Los Angeles to New York are cancelled 1.4% of the time
- Phoenix Sky Harbor International is the most commonly used connection for flights between Los Angeles and New York
- Traveling between Los Angeles and New York typically provides 1504 seats for passengers on a daily basis
- From Los Angeles to New York, United Air Lines Inc. operates 171 flights a week
- The largest aircraft flying between Los Angeles and New York is a Boeing 757-300
- The majority of flights between Los Angeles and New York are completed by a Boeing 757 Mixed