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Cheap Flights to New Jersey

Nicknamed "The Garden State," New Jersey is bursting with cultural, historical, and natural attractions. Every year, millions of tourists visit the state to shop famous brands, take in world-class sporting events, sample gourmet cuisine, and relax on the luxurious Gold Coast. Skyscanner's flight search can help you search and compare the cheapest flights to New Jersey. If your travel date is flexible, you can expand your results using the Whole Month search filter.

Airlines That Fly to New Jersey

Direct flights from Canada to New Jersey are provided by Air Canada, Porter Airlines, and United Airlines. Connecting flights are offered by American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and several other major carriers. To view a list of airlines offering connecting service to New Jersey, click here.

Best Time to Fly to New Jersey

New Jersey experiences four seasons, with hot summers, cold winters, and mild springtimes and autumns. The peak travel season runs from late June through late August. Another popular time to visit the state is during the autumn months (September through October), when the leaves change colour. Hotels in New Jersey tend to be more expensive at these times of year than during the off-peak season. A good time for budget-minded travellers to visit the state is during the spring months (March to May), when there are fewer tourists and the weather is warm enough for outdoor sightseeing activities. You can reduce your travel costs even further by using Skyscanner's Price Alert tool to book the cheapest possible flight to New Jersey.

Airports in New Jersey

There are three airports in New Jersey that receive scheduled passenger flights for commercial carriers: Newark Liberty International Airport, Atlantic City International Airport, and Trenton Mercer Airport.

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is the state's busiest airport. Located just 24 kilometres to the southwest of New York City, it is the main airport serving both the New York and Philadelphia metropolitan areas. The airport is served by city buses operated by New Jersey Transit, as well as a free monorail service (AirTrain), which connects the airport's terminals to Newark Penn Station, Secaucus Junction, and New York Penn Station. Other ground transportation options at Newark Liberty International Airport are taxis, shared vans, and car rentals.

Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) is situated approximately 16 kilometres to the northwest of Atlantic City. The airport is served by just one commercial carrier: Spirit Airlines. At the curbside outside of the Arrivals hall, you'll find a number of ground transportation options for getting to the city centre. They include a shuttle that runs to Egg Harbor rail station, local taxi services, and limousines. Budget, Hertz, and Enterprise are among the car rental agencies operating at Atlantic City International Airport.

Trenton Mercer Airport (TTN) is located approximately 6 kilometres to the northwest of Trenton. The airport serves two scheduled airlines: Allegiant Air and Frontier Airlines. Ground transportation from Trenton Mercer airport to the city centre is provided by local taxi services, limousines, and several car rental agencies.

What to See and Do in New Jersey

For the outdoor enthusiast, the cities along the shore -- such as Ashbury Park, Atlantic City, and Cape May -- provide plenty of amazing lighthouses, picturesque boardwalks, and crisp ocean air. History buffs will want to head to the cities of Princeton and New Brunswick, while wine connoisseurs can refresh their palates with tastings at the many award-winning wineries dotted throughout the state. The state's capital city, Trenton, is another good stop to add to your itinerary. Here, you'll find numerous art galleries, museums, and historic monuments such as the Trenton Battle Monument.

Flights to New Jersey

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