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|Most Popular Month||December|
|Best Day to Fly||Tuesday|
|Most Popular Route||LAX - JFK|
|Duration from direct flight||5 hrs 55 mins (average)|
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Flight information Los Angeles International to New York
Cheapest return price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 2460 miles
Most popular airline last month
New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia and Stewart International
Tips and Tricks to book fights from Los Angeles to New York at better fares
If you are planning to travel from Los Angeles toNew York, you will need to read these tricks for once in order to book your flights at the cheapest rates
- To book your flights at cheapest, try and book at least 3 weeks before your departure date
- If possible, try and book morning flights. The morning departure are said to be cheaper than an evening or night departure.
Did You Know?
We bet you don’t! The Bay Runway at JFK Airport functions as space shuttle landing spot. The second largest runway in the US is used by NASA as a backup space shuttle landing spot.
Exploring New York
New York, oone of the greatest cities in the world, is called commonly is popular for its ever-going lifestyle and always moving streets. For an urban traveler, New York has a lot of things to offer. With all its Broadway shows, Times Square, and shop and dine on the streets, you can have a blast.
if you want to relax and chill around, you can visit Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and Brooklyn Bridge among several sightseeing spots all around the city. The city is also home to many ancient museums and historic neighborhoods. Some of the best and most visited places in New York is listed below, please have a look:
Most Visited Places in New York
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Central Park
- Empire State Building
- Top of the Rock
- Statue of Liberty
- Brooklyn Bridge
- Manhattan Skyline
- Grand Central Terminal
- The High Line
- The National 9/11 Memorial Museum
- Broadway and the Theatre District
- Times Square
- Fifth Avenue
Among several others.
New York city has four airports:
New York John F. Kennedy
New York Newark International Airport
New York LaGuardia
Stewart International Airport
There are almost 9 airlines offering direct flights on this route.
The total number of 413 flights commutes on this route daily.
Early morning flights – 7%
Morning flights - 47%
Afternoon flights – 21%
Evening – 25%
The flights on this route usually don’t get delayed and are on time.
The climate of New York is way cooler than of Los Angeles.