Cheap Flights from Orlando to New York in 2019

Flight information Orlando to New York

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Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 1521 kilometers

2h 19min

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New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia and Stewart International

4 airports

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Airlines that Fly from Orlando to New York

Some 372 flights per week make their way between the city of Orlando, Florida, and New York, New York. It's a busy route with flights from Orlando International Airport (MCO) heading to four New York area airports. Spirit Airlines, Jetblue, Southwest Airlines, United and Delta all offer non-stop service, with flight times averaging three hours. Code sharing, booking a flight on one airline but flying at least one segment on a partner carrier, is common, as are open jaw routes. An open jaw is where you fly into one airport and out of another. Prices between the non-stops and the multi-stop routes are comparable. Skyscanner can help you find the best rates and routes.

Orlando International Airport Terminal Information

Orlando International is one large terminal divided into two sections, side A and side B. Four separate gate areas are connected to the terminal by an airport train service. Your departing flight could be on either side A or B, just check the departure boards on Level 3 of the Main Terminal. After you check-in and go through security, you just hop on the train to your assigned gate. Upon your return to Orlando, you'll find baggage claim on Level 2 and ground transportation on Level 1. Parking is available outside of side A and B. Eateries, shops, ATMs and currency exchanges are found throughout the airport.

Orlando International is about 19 kilometres from the Orlando city centre. Driving to the airport is an option, but parking runs anywhere from $13.00 CAD per day for economy to $22.00 CAD per day in the garage next to Level 3 at the terminal. A taxi can run you from $18.00 CAD to $90.00 CAD depending on your location, while a shuttle charges from $20.00 CAD to $30.00 CAD per person for the same distance.

New York Airports Information

The four airports serving the New York area are Newark, John F. Kennedy, La Guardia and Stewart International.

  • Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is technically in Newark, New Jersey, but is only about 22 kilometres from Manhattan. It has three terminals placed around a circular access road. Domestic flights arrive at either Terminal A or Terminal B. If you are flying on United or United Express, you'll arrive in United's dedicated Terminal C. Chances are you won't opt for a rental car in New York, driving and parking are difficult and expensive. The AirTrain runs from the airport to Penn Station in New York, takes about 45 minutes and costs around $16.00 CAD. Taxis into New York City can run between $65.00 CAD and $95.00 CAD.>/li>
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is about 25 kilometres from Manhattan. With eight terminals and 70 airlines using them, this is one of the busiest airports in the nation. Domestic flights usually arrive at Terminals 1 through 5. JFK also uses the AirTrain to get to New York at a similar cost to Newark. A taxi ride into Manhattan will run you $68.00 CAD plus a surcharge during commute hours.
  • La Guardia International Airport (LGA) is only 14 kilometres from Manhattan. It has four terminals. Domestic flights usually arrive at Terminal C and Terminal D. A taxi ride into Manhattan runs around $68.00 CAD. Airport shuttles, such as the Super Shuttle or the NYC Airporter, offer shared rides into Manhattan starting at around $26.00 CAD per person.
  • Stewart International Airport (SWF) is 109 kilometres north of downtown New York. JetBlue has the only flights into SWF, which is better suited for people staying outside the city. It has one terminal dedicated to passenger service. The Stewart Airport Express bus from the airport into downtown New York is the least expensive transportation option.

Practical Information for Flights from Orlando to New York

Since you are travelling from one state to another in the United States, there is no need for a visa or passport to make the trip. Passengers must still show a valid ID to fly domestically, whether it's a passport, driver's license or another form of government-issued picture ID. If you are a foreign national and have no government-issued ID from the United States, you will need to show your passport. Canadians may also use their provincial driver's license as ID.

Destination Comparison

Orlando, Florida, is known for its warm temperatures and nearly year-round sunshine. People escape northern winters by heading to this southern city where the average temperature in December and January is 20 degrees Celsius. It's almost the opposite for New York. Winter brings snow, the perfect backdrop for skating at Rockefeller Plaza. As far as living expenses, New York is one of the most expensive cities in the United States. A dozen eggs in Orlando will run you about $4.00 CAD, in New York you'll pay nearly $7.00 CAD. A simple dinner for two in an Orlando Pub is $47.00 CAD, while a similar meal in New York is $75.00 CAD. As far as fine dining and theatre tickets in New York, the sky's the limit. Both cities are in the Eastern Time Zone, so no need to reset your watch.

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