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Flights from Los Angeles International Airport to New York

Flight information Los Angeles International to New York

cheapest return price from Los Angeles International to New York last month

8

airlines fly direct from Los Angeles International to New York

365

flights a week from Los Angeles International to New York

4h 51min

average flight time from Los Angeles International to New York, total distance 3959 kilometres

United

was the most popular airline flying from Los Angeles International to New York last month

4 airports

New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia and Stewart International

Airlines that fly from Los Angeles International Airport to New York

From the Los Angeles International Airport, various airlines serve direct flights going to New York through either the John F. Kenendy International Airport or the Newark Liberty International Airport. Depending on the airline and the schedule that they need, they may find themselves landing in New York's airports. For travellers who are planning on landing to the JFK, there are at least five airlines serving the route. These include American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Airways, Jetblue Airways, and Virgin America. American Airlines has at least 10 flights daily, with the earliest flight leaving at 6:00 in the morning and the last flight leaving at 11:20 in the evening. United Airlines has six flights daily, with the earliest flight leaving at 6:06 in the morning and the latest leaving at 10:55 in the evening (arriving the next day). Further, Jetblue Airways has nine flights daily, while Virgin America has at least five flights daily. Meanwhile, for travellers who are planning on landing to the Newark Liberty International Airport, there are two airlines serving the route, and that includes United Airlines and Virgin America. United Airlines has at least 15 flights daily, while Virgin America has at least two flights daily. Connecting flights are also offered by other airlines, including Spirit, Sun Country, Southwest, Alaska Airlines, and the other above-mentioned airlines. They stop in various US cities, including Columbus, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Detroit, Philadelphia, Saint Louis, San Francisco, Chicago, Minneapolis, Boston, and Washington, before proceeding to New York. All flights and schedules as mentioned in this post are subject to change without prior notice to the traveller. Schedules are valid until the month of August.

Terminal Information

From Los Angeles and the Los Angeles International Airport, travellers will be leaving through any of the Terminals, including Terminals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 depending on the airline that they'd be using. Terminal information will be provided on the ticket/s and flight itineraries upon booking the flights. All terminals of the Los Angeles International Airport are equipped with services and facilities that may aide travellers on their departure and upon their arrival. Meanwhile, travellers from the LAX will either land on the Newark Liberty International Airport or the John F. Kennedy International Airport. Both airports are capable of receiving high numbers of passengers, and both have a multitude of ground connections that may bring them to the heart of the city.

Practical Information

Travellers should prepare all the necessary documents when flying from Los Angeles to New York. These documents may include passports, valid identification documents including social security identification cards, driver's license, booking and flight itinerary documents, authority to travel (if any or if applicable), permits, and others. Visa requirements may also be asked from the traveller if he or she is an immigrant. Travellers should also be at the airport of their choice at least two to four hours before their flight, to give way to proper check-in and security processes before they board their planes.

What to expect in New York

New York is set three hours ahead of Los Angeles, so travellers should be prepared to adjust their clocks and times to local New York Time. Weather in New York City experiences humid subtropical climate, and is the northernmost major city on the North American continent that experiences this climate. Average temperatures play between 8.8 and 16.7 degrees Celsius, pretty cold especially for people who dwell in places near the equator. Further, prices in New York City are relatively higher compared to prices in Los Angeles, so travellers should prepare for at least 30-40 percent more disposable cash from their average expenditures in Los Angeles.

This information is correct as of July 2015. Information as stated on this page was retrieved in July 2015.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 15 days.