Cheap Flights from Calgary to New York

Flight information Calgary to New York

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Average flight time, total distance 3249 kilometers

4h 27min

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Air Canada

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

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Airlines That Fly from Calgary to New York

Only two airlines offer direct flights from Calgary International Airport (YYC) to airports in New York: Air Canada, which flies to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR); and WestJet, Calgary's own low-cost carrier, which flies to New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). Nine other airlines offer connecting service from Calgary Airport to Newark Airport, JFK airport, and LaGuardia Airport (LGA). They include American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic. Monitoring airfares from these carriers is easy with Skyscanner's Price Alert tool. We'll notify you of any price changes so that you can book the best flight deal from Calgary to New York.

Departing from Calgary International Airport

Calgary International Airport's main terminal building is divided into four concourses. Concourses A and B primarily serve Air Canada flights. Concourses C and D serve both domestic and international airlines. A free people mover, called the YYC Link, will transport you to the different concourse areas so that you can enjoy Calgary Airport's award-winning services and amenities, which include retail boutiques, a wide selection of restaurants and eateries, an arcade, a barber shop, and a wellness spa.

Arriving in New York

JFK Airport Airport has 9 main terminal buildings connected by a free light rail service called AirTrain JFK. Flights from Calgary are generally handled in Terminal 7. Throughout the terminal are all of the services and amenities you would expect to find at a large, international airport, including 175 retail shops, 130 eateries, and a large duty-free outlet. Ground transportation options for getting from the airport to the city centre include taxis, ride-share vans, car rentals, and several bus lines that run to Grand Central Station, Penn Station, and the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Newark Airport has 3 terminal buildings. Terminals A and B handle both domestic and international flights. Terminal C primarily serves United Airlines flights. Within each terminal are ATMs, restaurants, coffee shops, bars, a business centre, and more than 40 retail stores. Ground transportation from Newark airport to downtown New York is provided by buses, ride-share vans, shuttles, taxis, trains, and limos.

There are 7 terminals at Laguardia Airport: Terminal CTB-A, which serves both domestic and international flights; CTB-B, CTB-C, and CTB-D, which serve domestic flights; the Delta Terminal, which primarily serves Delta Air Lines flights; the US Airways Terminal, which handles flights for several American carriers, and the Marine Air Terminal, which serves Delta Shuttle. Within each terminal is a Ground Transportation Centre, where you'll find plenty of public buses, shuttles, taxis, and limousines ready to transport you to your final destination.

What to Expect in New York: Travel Tips

Most businesses in New York are open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m on weekdays. Most shops are open until 8:00 p.m., seven days a week. Bars and clubs typically close at 2 a.m., but there are a few after-hours bars that stay open until 4:00 a.m. New York City is generally safe for tourists, but you'll still want to watch out for hustlers and pickpockets. Always be aware of your surroundings, and never leave your personal belongings unattended. Better yet, store your valuables in your hotel safe.

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