This Route is Operated by:
Di, Norwegian Air Shuttle, TAP Portugal
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
11 hours 20 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||New York|
|Flights arrive in:||Barcelona|
|Airlines:||norwegian air, Iberia, Norwegian Air Shuttle, TAP Portugal, Evelop Airlines|
There are three direct New York to Barcelona flights a day, with a journey time of 7.5 hours. The first flight of each day is provided by American Airlines and departs JFK airport late afternoon, arriving early the next morning Barcelona local time. The next two flights are provided by United Airlines and Air Canada, both departing Newark Airport in the evening, arriving the following morning in Barcelona.
The first of the day's New York to Barcelona flights departs from JFK, New York’s busiest airport. Passengers can reach the airport via the New York subway system, alighting at the JFK subway station and then taking the Airtrain JFK to their terminal. Both the New York subway and the Airtrain JFK run throughout the night. Those departing from Newark Airport, located 24 km southwest of Manhattan, can reach the airport via the Northeast Corridor Rail Line which departs from Penn Station in central New York and arrives at Newark Airport Rail Station where passengers can take the Airtrain monorail to their terminal.
The capital of Catalonia and Spain’s second biggest city, Barcelona is as beautiful as it is vibrant. The city is famed for its modern art Parc Guell, its unfinished Sagrada Familia, and Las Ramblas- a street dedicated to al fresco dining and street entertainment that culminates at the beach. International flights arrive at Barcelona El-Prat Airport, which is located 12 km southwest of the city. From here passengers can take either the A1 or A2 Aerobus service directly the city centre, after a journey time of around 30 minutes. Alternatively, passengers can take a commuter rail line, provided by RENFE, which departs from Terminal 2 and arrives at the city’s main rail station, Barcelona-Sants in under 30 minutes. Throughout the night passengers can take the Nitbus 17 night bus service to central Barcelona.