Find Cheap Flights from New York City (NYC) to Houston (HOU)

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New York City to Houston Route Information

Travel Distance:1,416 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:United Airlines, JetBlue Airways
Weekly Flights:44
Avg. Flight Duration:38.42 Hours

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Airports in New York City

New York City is served by three airports - John F. Kennedy International Airport, LaGuardia Airport, and Newark Liberty International Airport.

John F. Kennedy International Airport (also known as Kennedy Airport or JFK) is the primary airport serving New York metropolitan area and the busiest international airways gateway into North America. It is located in Queens, New York. The airport provides scheduled domestic and international flights, the latter connecting the city to all major parts of the world. Travelers can avail seamless connectivity to and from the airport through a train network (offered by New York City Subway and Long Island Rail Road), by airport shuttle buses, city buses, yellow cabs or taxis and private vehicles.

The Newark Liberty International Airport is the primary airport serving the U.S. state of New Jersey and is located 15 miles away from New York City. LaGuardia Airport serves New York metropolitan area and is the busiest airport in the United States without any non-stop service to Europe.

Explore Houston

Located near the Gulf of Mexico, Houston is the most populous city in the state of Texas and the largest city in the Southern United States. The anchor of the Greater Houston metro area, this city is riding strong on a 50-year-old boom created by a post-World War II shipbuilding industry and NASA's revolutionary space center (Johnson Space Center). Houston is home to the fourth-tallest skyline in North America. Visitors to the city are wowed with its spectacular lineup of high-rise buildings like the famous Williams Tower that had debuted as the world's tallest skyscraper outside a central business district in 1982.

Things to do in Houston


Downtown is the largest business district in Houston and its most-famous commercial district ever since the city was found in 1836. It hosts 9 Fortune 500 corporations and several top-class entertainment and sport venues. and recreation. Art enthusiasts can take out sometime to admire its performing arts venues like Alley Theater and the Wortham Theater Center.

Williams Tower (originally named the Transco Tower)

Built during August 1981 and December 1982, the Williams Tower is a 64-story office tower in Houston and the 4th-tallest building in Texas. During the night, it is hallmarked by a 7000-watt beacon that is visible for several miles on end.

JPMorgan Chase Tower (formerly Texas Commerce Tower)

The JPMorgan Chase Tower is the tallest building in the city and state, and the tallest five-sided building in the world. It stands as a 75-story skyscraper that was built between 1979 and 1981 at a cost of USD 2 billion.

Best Time to Fly to Houston

The best times to fly to Houston are the spring and fall season from February to April and September to November respectively. The city celebrates its famous event Livestock Stock and Rodeo in March.