Most British Airways flights to New York land at JFK Airport. Flights also land into New York's Newark Airport in New Jersey. JFK Airport is approximately 15 miles south-east of Downtown New York, while Newark Airport is 15.5 miles south-west of New York. British Airways operates regular flights to New York from London, find out if you can book cheap New York flights for your trip today. Once your flight lands, hop on a train straight to neon-lit Manhattan. Get a different take on New York with views from atop the Statue of Liberty, The Empire State Building or by sailing to Staten Island on the Ferry.
After your flight into New York's JFK Airport, make the 45-minute journey on the AirTrain and Long Island Rail Road into Downtown Manhattan. Cheap, but slower, is the New York Subway. If your New York flight arrives at Newark Airport, pick up the fast AirTrain into New York's Penn Station in Manhattan. Your coach journey to New York's Grand Central Station takes one hour. Treat yourself to a New York cab from outside the Arrivals Hall at both airports; although journeys are slow during New York's rush hour, cabs are perfect if you've booked cheap flights to New York and have money to spare.
After your flight lands in New York, get ready for the energetic 24-hour city. Get a taste for modern art at the Guggenheim or walk over Brooklyn Bridge to gaze at New York's skyline at sunset. Dine at award-winning restaurants or munch on bagels in busy New York diners. Party at New York's jazz clubs, take in a Broadway show or enjoy cheap entertainment by strolling through Central Park. Before your flight home from New York, fill your suitcase with New York fashions from Chelsea's boutiques or cheap bohemian thrift stores, or flights of fancy from New York's Fifth Avenue's designer shops.