It's no wonder that millions of people from all over the world visit the Big Apple every year. After all, it's the world's capital, not to mention the greatest city in the world. Go ice skating at Rockefeller Center during the holiday season or rent a boat in Central Park during summer. It's a city ideal for casual exploring, with ample transportation options, restaurants featuring cuisine from every part of the globe and attractions everyone should see, such as Broadway, Times Square, the Statue of Liberty and the spectacular view of the city from atop the Empire State Building.
How long is the flight from Tampa to New York City?
The gate-to-gate flight time from Tampa International Airport to New York City runs from about two hours and forty minutes to about three hours, depending on the airline and to which airport you fly.
Which airlines operate flights from Tampa to New York City?
United flies non-stop from Tampa International Airport (TPA) to Newark Liberty International (EWR), while jetBlue flies direct from TPA to both EWR and John F. Kennedy International (JFK.) Delta offers flights from TPA to both JFK and LaGuardia Airports (LGA.) These airlines, as well as American and Spirit, also fly between the two cities with one or more stops in between.
How frequent are flights between Tampa and New York City?
On a typical day, direct flights depart at least hourly, beginning around 6 a.m. and with the last flight around 7 p.m. You'll have the most options if you don't mind a longer flight that has one or more stops.
Which airports serve Tampa and New York City?
The Big Apple is served by Newark Liberty International (EWR), John F. Kennedy International (JFK) and LaGuardia airports (LGA), while Tampa International Airport serves Tampa Bay. St. Pete–Clearwater International Airport (PIE) also serves the Tampa area, but without any direct flights from PIE to New York City.
Which direct flight route between Tampa and New York City is cheapest?
The cheapest route between Tampa International Airport and NYC is often a toss up, with flights to Newark or JFK being close or the same in price.
The Tampa, Florida area is considerably warmer, more humid and less expensive than New York City, so pack a heavy coat for possible cold and snowy weather if you're visiting the Big Apple during winter, and pad your wallet too. That said, it's a terrific city to visit during the holiday season, with the holiday spirit on full display across the city and throngs of residents and tourists alike adding to the spirit. Despite heavier crowds any time of year, New York City is terrific for just getting out and exploring on foot and you'll rarely even work up a sweat.
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