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Indianapolis to New York City Route Information

Travel Distance:663 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Avg. Flight Duration:2.14 Hours

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Flights from Indianapolis to New York City

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Airports in Indianapolis

Indianapolis International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Indianapolis in Indiana. Located 7 miles away from downtown Indianapolis, it is the state’s largest airport and offers scheduled flights to several major destinations in the US. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through scheduled bus services, car rental, taxi services, app-based rides (Uber and Lyft), electric car-sharing service (BlueIndy), Limousines and hotel courtesy vehicles.

Explore New York City

New York City or simply New York is the most populous city in the United States and the former national capital. It is located in the state of New York and is hallmarked by its numero uno highlight - the Statue of Liberty. New York City is a supercharged cannonball of entertainment, fashion, media, and finance on a global scale and it sports one of the world’s most expansive skylines. Some stellar highlights in New York City include the Wall Street, Empire State Building, Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge and Broadway in addition to several world-class museums, art galleries, and theaters.

Statue of Liberty

New York City’s chartbuster, the Statue of Liberty stands as the national symbol of freedom and liberty. This 305-feet high neoclassical superstructure was gifted by France to the US in 1886 and now stands on the Liberty Island in New York Harbor. The Statue of Liberty depicts a Roman goddess called Libertas who stands with a torch in her right hand and a tablet marked with ‘JULY IV MDCCLXXVI’ in Roman script, the date on which the US declared independence from colonial Britain.

Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge is a famous hybrid cable-stayed (also called suspension) bridge in New York City. It was built between 1869 and 1883, and is forever etched in the American history as one of the oldest roadway bridges in the US and the world’s first steel-wire suspension bridge. Spanning 1595.5 feet, the Brooklyn Bridge connects the island of Manhattan to the borough of Brooklyn over the East River.

Central Park

Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States and one of the most filmed locations in the world. It was established in 1857 and now runs across 843 acres to include 21 playgrounds, 48 fountains, 36 bridges and more than 30 monuments and sculptures. Some highlights here are an 11-foot tall statue of Alice in Wonderland, Bethesda Fountain (a namesake of a pool in Jerusalem that has healing powers) and the Cleopatra's Needle (a red granite obelisk weighing 180 tons).

Best time to fly to New York City

The best times to visit New York City are the spring and fall seasons that run from March to May and September to November respectively. The city is red hot with several sightseeing options and cultural events like New York Film Festival, New York City Marathon and St. Patrick’s Day Parade during this time. For those wishing to save some money, a summer (from June to August) or winter trip (from December to February) would be best. One can attend events like Shakespeare in the Park and Times Square New Years Eve during these seasons respectively.