|Distance||937 miles (1511 km)|
|Average flight duration||2 h 42 min|
|Average plane ticket price||$36 (€29)|
Flights from Orlando, FL to New York City cover the 937 miles (1511 km) long trip taking on average 2 h 42 min with our travel partners like Spirit Airlines. There are direct flight services available. While the average ticket price for this trip costs around $36 (€29), you can find the cheapest plane ticket for as low as $21 (€17).
New York City is one of the most popular city break destinations for Americans, with the culture, nightlife and shopping familiar from countless movies and TV shows. From the Statue of Liberty to Broadway, the Guggenheim to Little Italy, the Big Apple remains uniquely exciting. Florida retirees visiting family, vacationers and business travelers ensure that travel connections from Orlando to New York are excellent. Passengers planning to book a flight from Orlando to New York can select from a wide range of frequent daily direct connections seven days a week with several airlines, including a budget carrier, flying to four New York airports. Flight times to New York are around two hours and 30 minutes, with departures operating all day, from early morning until late evening, meaning there are flights suitable for morning business meetings and evening dinner reservations.
There is a choice of airlines offering daily direct flights from Orlando International Airport to New York airports. Budget airline Spirit provides daily direct connections to Newark Liberty International Airport. and LaGuardia Airport from Orlando. United Airlines provides direct flights to Newark and Delta Airlines offers daily direct flights to LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy International Airport. The American Airlines daily flight from Orlando to New York lands at LaGuardia as does the weekly Southwest flight to New York. Additionally, on two days a week, Allegiant offers a direct flight from Orlando Sanford International Airport to New York Stewart International Airport. Flight times don't differ greatly between airlines, and, with a high number of direct flights from Orlando to New York, indirect connections are rarely a requirement on this route.
The daily direct departure around midday with Delta Airlines to John F. Kennedy International Airport offers the fastest flight from Orlando to New York, taking two hours and 30 minutes to complete the 938 mile (1508 kilometer) route north east from Florida. Other airlines flying from Orlando with direct routes into JFK, Newark Liberty International, LaGuardia and Stewart International Airport take between between two minutes and 14 minutes longer to reach New York.
There are 22-24 daily direct flights from Orlando to New York. Budget airline Spirit offers up to six daily services from Orlando into Newark and LaGuardia. Other airlines provide daily departures from Orlando to Newark, LaGuardia, and John F. Kennedy International Airport. There is one Allegiant flight from Orlando to New York, departing twice a week from Sanford International Airport to Stewart International Airport. Southwest offers one weekly flight, a Saturday service to LaGuardia. Take off times range from early morning to late evening, with at least one departure every hour throughout the day. The final departure from Orlando with United Airlines arrives at Newark a little before midnight.
Departure Airport: Orlando International Airport is situated about six miles (nine kilometers) south east of central Orlando. Public transit connections from the city include a flat fare local Lynx bus service, taking around 30 minutes to reach the terminal. Sanford International Airport is 24 miles (38 kilometers) north east of the city center, with transfers provided by shuttles, taking around 45 minutes from downtown Orlando. Facilities at both airports include long and short stay parking lots, luggage storage desks, ATMs and rental car agencies. The airports have food courts with fast food outlets, bars, coffee shops and international restaurants. Shopping facilities include fashion boutiques, newsstands, bookstores and drugstores. Both airports have business lounges and free WiFi.
Arrival Airport: LaGuardia Airport is located in Queens, eight miles (13 kilometers) east of central Manhattan, with MTA buses taking around 45 minutes to make the trip downtown. John F. Kennedy International Airport is further out in Queens, 14 miles, (20 kilometers) from the center, with AirTrain shuttles offering connections to New York Subway stations at Jamaica or Howard Beach for onward connections to the city taking 45-60 minutes. Newark Liberty International Airport is in New Jersey, nine miles (15 kilometers) south west of the city center, with Amtrak and NJ Transit trains offering 30 minute trips downtown from the airport station. Stewart International Airport is located in Orange County, 60 miles (93 kilometers) north of downtown Manhattan, connected by express buses taking 90 minutes, or the Leprechaun shuttle bus to Beacon Station for rail services downtown. All airports have car rental desks, food courts, newsstands, business lounges and free WiFi.
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