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Non-stop flights to North Carolina from New York

Save time with New York to North Carolina direct flight deals
11 Dec - 18 Dec
$137pp
LGA
New York LaGuardia
Delta
Non-Stop
RDU
Raleigh-Durham
RDU
Raleigh-Durham
Delta
Non-Stop
LGA
New York LaGuardia
11 Jan - 12 Jan
$137pp
LGA
New York LaGuardia
Major Airline
Non-Stop
RDU
Raleigh-Durham
RDU
Raleigh-Durham
Major Airline
Non-Stop
LGA
New York LaGuardia
15 Jan - 22 Jan
$137pp
LGA
New York LaGuardia
Delta
Non-Stop
RDU
Raleigh-Durham
RDU
Raleigh-Durham
Delta
Non-Stop
LGA
New York LaGuardia

Last minute flights from New York to North Carolina

Late deals on round-trip flights to North Carolina from New York, departing today and this week
26 Nov - 4 Dec
$206pp
LGA
New York LaGuardia
Delta
Non-Stop
CLT
Charlotte Douglas
CLT
Charlotte Douglas
Delta
Non-Stop
LGA
New York LaGuardia
21 Nov - 23 Nov
$224pp
JFK
New York John F Kennedy Intl
American Airlines
 
1 STOP
RDU
Raleigh-Durham
RDU
Raleigh-Durham
American Airlines
Non-Stop
JFK
New York John F Kennedy Intl
21 Nov - 26 Nov
$224pp
EWR
Newark
United Airlines
Non-Stop
RDU
Raleigh-Durham
RDU
Raleigh-Durham
United Airlines
 
1 STOP
EWR
Newark

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Flight duration
1h 51m

Airports servicing New York

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

Airports servicing

New Bern (EWN)
Fayetteville (FAY)
Piedmont Triad Intl (GSO)
Wilmington (ILM)
Winston-Salem (INT)

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From New York to North Carolina

Whether you're looking forward to a NASCAR race in Charlotte or a wilderness getaway in Asheville, planning a North Carolina vacation is easier than ever. New York City and North Carolina both host several major airports for more flexible planning, and most flights land in just over an hour. Ready to trade the high-rise buildings of New York City for the mountains and historic cities of North Carolina? Use these essential tidbits to plan your flight route.

How popular is this flight route?

The New York to North Carolina flight path was viewed by 234 users in the past month. Keep an eye out for changes in search interest prior to high and low season.

What are the most popular airlines that fly from New York to North Carolina?

Major Airline, Delta and Frontier are the most popular airlines when flying from New York to North Carolina.

What are the most popular routes from New York to North Carolina?

While some choose either Newark - Charlotte Douglas or New York John F Kennedy Intl - Raleigh-Durham, New York LaGuardia - Charlotte Douglas is the most popular route from New York to North Carolina.

What are the cheapest Flights from New York to North Carolina?

While on average a flight from New York to North Carolina is generally $199, our data shows the cheapest flight currently is $14. When looking at the most popular route, (New York LaGuardia - Charlotte Douglas), you can expect to pay $156 for that flight.

What are the most reliable airlines from New York to North Carolina?

Looking for the most reliable airlines to get you to your destination on time? Our data shows these are most likely to get you from New York to North Carolina on time: Endeavor Airlines(100%), Delta(97%), Japan Airlines(97%.)

What days are nonstop flights available from New York to North Carolina?

Nonstop flights are available for this route on the following days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

How long is the flight from New York City to North Carolina?

A flight from New York City to Charlotte lands in just over an hour and 20 minutes while flying to Raleigh takes an hour and 10 minutes. If you're headed for Asheville, expect a flight of around an hour and 30 minutes.

Which airlines operate flights from New York City to North Carolina?

Looking for direct flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Charlotte? American Airlines, Delta, jetBlue and Virgin Atlantic can get you there. If you're headed to Raleigh, American Airlines, jetBlue and Delta are a few of your options. If you're leaving from Newark, American Airlines and United offer direct flights to Charlotte, and United and Allegiant offer non-stop service to Asheville.

How frequent are flights between New York City and North Carolina?

If you're headed from John F. Kennedy International to Charlotte, several flights depart every hour or so. If Raleigh is your destination, you can find a few flights leaving every one or two hours. Flights from Newark to Charlotte depart every one or two hours, and around 3 flights per day depart from Newark to Asheville.

Which airports serve New York City to North Carolina?

Most flights to North Carolina take off from John F. Kennedy International Airport, but you can also find flights from smaller LaGuardia International Airport. Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey is another solid option for the New York area, offering plenty of routes to North Carolina cities. You have several options of airports in North Carolina to fly into depending on your destination. Charlotte Douglas International Airport is the state's largest and busiest airport followed by Raleigh-Durham International Airport, which serves the capital area. You can also find flights to smaller international and regional airports such as Asheville Regional Airport, although connections are more common with these flights.

Which direct flight route between New York City and North Carolina is cheapest?

You can find the best deals on non-stop flights when booking a trip from either Newark to Charlotte or John F. Kennedy to Charlotte, especially during the winter months. New York City may be known for its theater scene, museums and bustling city streets, but North Carolina tells another story. Here, you can enjoy views of the Great Smoky Mountains, visit the beaches along the coast, discover beautiful wineries, or try some stand-up paddling on the lakes. Although not as hectic as New York City, Charlotte has no shortage of entertainment for the whole family. Check out the Discovery Place interactive museum, or catch a NASCAR race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Take a trolley ride through historic Raleigh, or head to Asheville to hike the Blue Ridge Mountains and enjoy the eclectic culinary and arts scene. Pack plenty of warm-weather clothing for a summer trip as temperatures hover in the 80's F. For a winter trip when temperatures dip below freezing, come prepared with a warm jacket and gloves. What are you waiting for? Use the smart search engine to find your flight from New York to North Carolina in minutes, and start planning your adventure.