Cheap Flights from Manchester to New York
Flight information Manchester to New York
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Average flight time, total distance 3330 miles
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Airlines that fly from Manchester to New York
Four airlines currently fly direct from Manchester to New York: American Airlines, Delta, Pakistan International Airlines, and Thomas Cook Airlines. All of them fly to JFK.
Airlines offering flights with one or more stop include Iberia via Madrid; Icelandair via Reykjavik; Air France via Paris; KLM via Amsterdam; Brussels Airlines via Brussels; Aer Lingus via Dublin; Turkish Airlines via Istanbul; SWISS via Zurich; TAP Portugal via Lisbon and Porto; and Virgin Atlantic via Orlando and Atlanta.
Terminal Information - Departing
All of the terminals in Manchester Airport have an Escape lounge where you can relax before your flight. The lounges have complementary refreshments and Wi-Fi. Lounge access costs begin at £18.49.
Thomas Cook Airlines, Icelandair, Brussels Airlines, Aer Lingus, Turkish Airlines, SWISS andTAP Portugal all depart from Terminal 1. As well as the usual duty free shops, Terminal 1 also has some trendy stores including Fat Face, Monsoon, and Boux Avenue. There are also plenty of stylish places to grab a bite to eat.
Delta, Pakistan International Airlines and Virgin Atlantic all depart from Terminal 2. This terminal is quite basic, with a range of standard airport shops (Boots, Dixons Travel, and WHSmith). There are a few places to grab a bite too (Burger King, Frankie & Benny’s and Cafe Nero).
American Airlines, Iberia, Air France and KLM flights depart from Terminal 3. The shops are similar to those in the other terminals. If you’re hungry you can grab a quick sandwich from Upper Crust or sit down to a pizza from Trattoria Milano. Caffe Nero and Costa should keep you caffeinated.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Most flights from Manchester to New York arrive at JFK Terminal 8, although Virgin Atlantic and KLM flights arrive at Terminal 4. You can use the AirTrain to travel between terminals, and also to reach the NYC transit system: making it easy to catch your bus, subway, or train into the Big Apple.
For intercontinental flights it’s always a good idea to arrive at least three hours before departure.
You need a valid passport to travel: check that it won’t expire during your trip. If you’re a British Citizen visiting the USA for less than 90 days you might be able to travel without a Visa, thanks to the Visa Waiver Programme. This applies to most visits (leisure, some business, and passing through). Some people don’t apply for the programme, for example if you’ve ever been arrested or have had your passport extended by a British embassy.
What to expect in New York
The dollar might be weak against the mighty pound, but if you’re used to Manchester prices you might be in for a shock when you reach New York. Street food is a pocket friendly way to dine, but if you’re planning on eating in a restaurant you could be paying about 5% more for dinner. Remember to factor tipping into the equation: in the USA it’s bad etiquette to tip less than 20%.
New York’s weather is extreme with temperatures up to 29 °C in summer and as low as -3°C in winter. Remember to adjust your watch: New York is five hours behind the UK.
* Estimated price last updated on 9 June 2017.
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