|Popular in||February||High demand for flights, 38% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||June||Best time to find cheap flights, 11% potential price drop|
Currently, the cheapest month for flights to Stewart is February. The most expensive month for flights is April. The cheapest prices are shown above but prices will vary according to departure times, airlines, class and how early you book.
NYC - NYC
$117 - $345
33.8 - 77 °F
2.8 - 4.5 inches
Flights to Stewart International, Newburgh, New York from other airports in the United States range from about 1h-17h. The length of your flight will depend on several factors, such as your departure city and the length and number of stopovers you make en route to Stewart Intl. Due to the airport’s location in the southern Hudson Valley in New York State, flights from the west coast and south, especially those that make stopovers, will likely be on the longer end of the range. If your departure city is in the region and you book a direct flight, however, you’ll likely only have a flight time of one or two hours.
You can book direct flights to Stewart Intl from several cities across the country. If you’re departing from a city in Florida, JetBlue Airways offers direct flights from Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, while Allegiant Air provides direct flights from Orlando, Punta Gorda, Clearwater, and Tampa. American Airlines services direct flights from Philadelphia and Delta offers direct flights from Detroit. If you’re unable to book a direct flight to Stewart Intl from your nearest airport, you’ll likely make stopovers in one of more of these cities, depending on your location and the airline.
Stewart Intl is located in the town of Newburgh along the Hudson River. To reach downtown Newburgh from the airport, you can take a taxi, which will take about 12 minutes and cost about $30-$45. Another option is to take a local bus, which departs from the airport and into downtown Newburgh in about 20 minutes and should only cost a couple of dollars. If instead, you are heading a bit north into Poughkeepsie, you can take a taxi for about $110-$140 and a journey time of about 36 minutes. A more affordable option is by bus and train, taking a bus from the airport to Beacon, where you transfer to a train. This journey will take about 80 minutes and cost up to $22. You can also take a train or a bus into Manhattan for about $20-$40.
There is plenty to do near Stewart Intl Airport for nature lovers, history buffs, and thrill-seekers alike. While here, set sail on the Pride of the Hudson and enjoy beautiful views of the Hudson River Valley. Get inspired at the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor, with photos, statues, and exhibits dedicated to heroic deeds across the nation. Check out the Motorcylepedia Museum, a fun spot for motorheads and enthusiasts of fast vehicles in general.
United States citizens traveling to Stewart Intl in New York do not need a passport or a visa their trip, although government-issued photo identification is required when flying.
Most people fly into New Windsor Stewart (SWF) if they book a flight to Stewart. Stewart is conveniently located just 4.3 mi from Stewart’s city center.