Created with Sketch.Book with confidence.Our eligible trusted airline partners are waiving their change fees.
 

Find Cheap Flights from New York City (NYC) to Shanghai (SHA)

Book Cheap Flights from New York City to Shanghai

Looking for flights from New York City to Shanghai? Look no more, for you’re at the right place. Book cheap flights from New York City to Shanghai on CheapOair and enjoy great discounts. Whether its leisure or a business trip, we offer the most competitive rates on flight tickets to destinations around the world. Grab NYC to SHA flight deals on CheapOair and save big! Hurry, our cheap rates are not going to last forever, so make your bookings right away!

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 in Queens, New York. 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 Shanghai

Shanghai is one of the most populous cities in China. It is the largest city in China and offers a plethora of exciting sightseeing prospects for those who have no apprehensions with traveling a bustling city. Shanghai is an enjoyable city that also offers quieter historic districts and attractions. The location of the city at the mouth of the Yangtze River lets it to offer opportunities for exploration by water along the shoreline and its inland waterways. Prominent highlights of a visit comprise a lot of first-rate museums and art galleries, numerous beautiful gardens and parks, and several fine old temples and traditional pagodas.

Things to do in Shanghai

Zhongshan Lu

Zhongshan Lu, also known by its Anglo-Indian name of Bund, is a remarkable promenade running along the west banks of the Huangpujiang River. This walkway is mainly popular among explorers as the area has retained a European impression that is particularly notable in the numerous old French and English buildings that now serve as offices, boutique stores, galleries, and restaurants. The stroll here comprises the 52 unique buildings constructed in an assortment of styles combining Renaissance, Neoclassical, Gothic, Baroque, and Romanesque influences.

Yu Garden

Also recognized as the Garden of Happiness, Yu Garden is in the northeast of the old town and was laid out in 1559. The garden boasts an inner and an outer garden, in which the outer garden is the oldest section with further modifications being made in the 18th century when the main hall of the park, Sansui Tang, was added. While the inner garden features the artificial rocks with great historical importance.

The Shanghai Museum

Founded in 1952, Shanghai Museum is in a modern building that is an example of modern architecture. The museum includes displays of ceramics and bronzes from primeval cultures to the 19th century seals, ink drawings, and calligraphy, along with a huge assortment of art from ethnic minorities.

Best Time to Fly to Shanghai

Weather-wise, the best time to visit the city of Shanghai is from October to November. During these months, the weather of the city remains soothing and pleasant enough for sightseeing.