Book a flight to: New York


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The City that never sleeps, the Big Apple, NYC. Call it what you like, New York is the one place that must be visited at least once in a lifetime.

The ultimate big city holiday has to be a flight to New York City. Come and get to know the city known as " The Capital of the World".

A fascinating melting pot

New York. What can we say? This is U.S.A.’s biggest and most fascinating melting pot of just about everything a big city holiday can offer. If you have not been there, you need to go. The sooner the better. New York leaves an impression, a memory like none other. You may have heard that New York is expensive and perhaps out of your league? Well, it is easy to spend a lot there, that is for sure. But when you check out our New York airfares, you'll see we'll leave you with plenty of money to explore with. In New York you are continually confronted with paradoxes. The hustle and bustle of Wall Street to the easy going vibe of Greenwich Village. Just off the parade of life that is Broadway, you can step into a little café to pause and reflect. New York doesn't just have everything, it is everything, all at once.

Easy going hospitality

What you will no doubt encounter is the unrivaled easy going hospitality of New Yorkers. You are treated just the same as locals, only with the typical straight forward demeanour only they have. You will need to do your homework before visiting New York, although improvising can sometimes work as well. Because booking your flight to New York is such an easy choice to make we feel obligated to leave you some key sites to check out: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Coney Island, Empire State, Statue of Liberty, Soho, Broadway, Times Square, Carnegy Hall, Madison Avenue, Central Park, New Jersey. So much in one place….albeit a large place. And there is much more to see and do on your New York holiday.

Good to know

  • Flights to New York with Icelandair arrive at the John F. Kennedy International Airport located 13,5 miles (22 km) from central Manhattan or at Newark Liberty International Airport which is situated about 15 miles (24 km) southwest of Midtown Manhattan.
  • The Newark flight serivce operates four times weekly on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
  • Hungry? Ask for Schiller’s Liquer Bar 131 Rivington Street, French/American, L Impero, 45 Tudor City Palace, Italian, Pampano, 209 East 49 Street, Mexican, 66, 241 Church St. Soho, Chinese, and Sea, one of NY’s most popular Thai restaurant.
  • Want to shop? Try Fifth Avenue, most of the top fashion labels, Macy’s Herald Square, 151 West 34th Street, Barney’s, Madison Avenue at 61st, all the main labels, Some Odd Rubies, 151 Ludlow Street, for unusal clothing fashion.