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Cincinnati to New York City Route Information

Travel Distance:584 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:, American Airlines, Alitalia
Weekly Flights:1
Avg. Flight Duration:1.54 Hours

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Flights from Cincinnati to New York City

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Airports in Cincinnati

Cincinnati is served by two airports- Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and Cincinnati Municipal Airport-Lunken Field or Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport.

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is the primary airport serving the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area. It was the highest rated airport in the United States and second highest rated in North America by Skytrax in 2017. This airport offers non-stop passenger flights service to 58 destinations with 195 peak daily departures to most of the major destinations in the US and worldwide. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through a network of van and car services, taxicab services, public transit, ride sharing services and rental cars. Cincinnati Municipal Airport-Lunken Field is located 3 miles away from Downtown Cincinnati and serves a few domestic destinations besides private aircraft and the fleets of local corporations.

Explore New York City

New York City (better known as ‘New York’ and abbreviated to NYC) is the most populous city in its eponymous state (New York) and the United States. It is scenically situated on the Hudson River is a cosmopolitan epicenter of world’s media, culture, fashion, art, and commerce. This lively city welcomes its visitors with its one of the world’s most popular statues- the Statue of Liberty and then immerses the visitor in the charm of its top of the line architectural marvels like the One World Trade Center, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge and Times Square. Other notable attractions in the city include its classic museums, art galleries and urban parks in addition to several luxury shopping and upscale dining hotpots.

Things to do in New York City

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is the most emblematic of all cultural and architectural symbols in the US. This late 19th century copper statue is a gift from France to the United States and was built by Gustave Eiffel, the maker of Eiffel Tower. The Statue of Liberty depicts the Roman liberty goddess Libertas who stands holding a torch above her right outstretched hand as her left hand holds a tablet inscribed with the date of the U.S. Declaration of Independence (July 4, 1776) in Roman script.

Times Square

The Times Square is the most visited place in the world and a prominent commercial intersection and entertainment center located in New York City. It was renamed thus after the famous newspaper- The New York Times moved its headquarters here in 1904 and celebrated it three years later with a bang by dropping a New Year's Eve ball from its top. This tradition continues every year on December 31st and is attended by one million visitors.

Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge is a famous hybrid cable-stayed or suspension bridge in New York City. It is one of the country’s oldest roadway bridges and the first steel-wire suspension bridge constructed. This nearly 150-year old bridge took 14 years to complete until 1883 and now stands as a classic triumph of late 19th century mechanical engineering that connects Manhattan and Brooklyn across the East River.

Best Time to Fly to New York City

The best times to visit New York City are the spring and falls seasons that run from March to May and September to November respectively. This time of the year is perfect for sightseeing and attending famous events like the New York Film Festival, New York City Marathon and St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Those facing a budget crunch can visit here in summer and winter seasons from June to August and December to February respectively. This time of the year delights the visitors with events like Shakespeare in the Park and Times Square New Years Eve, and one can also avail cheaper air fares and hotel rates.

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