Find Cheap Flights from San Diego (SAN) to New York City (NYC)

San Diego to New York City Route Information

Travel Distance:2,442 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:JetBlue Airways, Qatar Airways
Weekly Flights:16
Avg. Flight Duration:05.35 Hours

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Airports in San Diego

San Diego International Airport is the main airport serving the city of San Diego, California. It is an international airport situated around 4.8 kilometers away from the city's center. The airport is owned & operated by San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. It is a focus city for Alaska Airlines & Southwest Airlines. Both passenger and cargo services are offered by the airport to domestic and international destinations. The destination it caters include San Jose, London, Tokyo, Calgary, Mexico City, Atlanta, Sacramento, Chicago, Las Vegas, and more. The airport is well connected to the city via public transportation, rental cars, taxis, ride shares, shuttles, and more.

Explore New York City

Even if you are not mesmerized by the city’s soaring skyscrapers and monuments, you will be blown away by its flourishing arts, food, fashion and nightlife scenes. You can spend your morning browsing Fifth Avenue’s designer racks and your afternoon catching stunning city views from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck. Or, if you are an art lover, you can admire the striking works on display at the Met and the Guggenheim before feasting on ethnic fare in Chinatown or Little Italy. If you still have some energy (and cash) left over, don’t miss the chance to snag tickets to an award-winning Broadway show or hop over to one of the low-key rooftop bars and jazz clubs illuminating the Meatpacking District after dark. One of the greatest cities in the world, New York is always a whirlwind of activity, with famous sites at every turn and never enough time to see them all. Some people come here to enjoy the Broadway shows; others come specifically to shop; and many come simply to see the sights - The Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, historic neighborhoods, and numerous world-famous museums. New additions in recent years, like the High Line and One World Observatory, offer unique perspectives of the city. Any time of year and any time of day there are an endless array of things to see and do in New York.

Things to Do in New York City

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty was France’s gift to America. Built in 1886, it remains a famous world symbol of freedom and one of the greatest American icons. It is one of the world’s largest statues, standing just under 152 feet tall from the base to the torch and weighing approximately 450,000 pounds.

Empire State Building

The Empire State Building is one of New York’s most famous landmark buildings. The 381-meter- tall, 102-storey building was the tallest in the world until the 1 World Trade Center tower rose higher, 41 years later.

Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal, often called Grand Central Station, is a fantastic Beaux Arts building. The building first opened in 1913 as a

terminal for the subway and train stations. Inside, you can’t miss the Grand Staircase, where you can stop to gaze out over the concourse. You’ll also find an extensive selection of retail shops and restaurants inside.

Best Time to Fly to New York City

New York City can be visited anytime in the year. Early fall offers crisp breezes, bright sun and comfortable temperatures. Winters in January and February months are cold, but that also means better hotel rates. Spring is glorious and New Yorkers celebrate it by taking to the streets, shopping at outdoor markets, frolicking in Central Park and dining outside.