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Book Cheap Flights from New York City to Philadelphia

Visiting New York City Soon?

The Big Apple is one of the best cities in the U.S. to visit. New York City is made up of five boroughs, each with its own unique flare, with Manhattan at the very center. Whether you're a fan of film, food, or finance, there's plenty of things to do and enjoy in this concrete jungle of dreams.

What's There To Do In New York, New York?

Hungry? Consider visiting one of New York City's food trucks or delicious restaurants on your way back from Ellis Island. Walk the Brooklyn Bridge, enjoy a stroll through Central Park, or go shopping in Times Square. End the night with a Broadway Show and you'll never want to leave.

Getting Around New York City

New York City is a big place and there's only so much parking. It's for this reason that so many New Yorkers get around by foot, bus, or subway. In fact, NYC has the highest rate of public transportation compared to any other U.S. city. Need to fly? NYC is home to two of the most famous U.S. airports: the John F. Kennedy International Airport and the LaGuardia Airport. JFK International Airport is located in Queens and is just 15 miles away from midtown Manhattan. When you choose to use this airport, you won't have to worry about hailing a cab. JFK offers an Airtrain that connects to the NYC subway. LaGuardia Airport is smaller than JFK, but it's also the closest airport to midtown Manhattan. LaGuardia is known as one of the busiest airports in the U.S. with almost 30 million passengers in 2016. Whether you travel by plane or subway, New York City is certainly a destination you'll want to visit again and again.

Planning Your Perfect Philadelphia Vacation

If you're planning a trip to Philadelphia, you've arrived at the right place. At CheapOair, we're here to take all the stress out of travel and help you find affordable flights to the City of Brotherly Love whenever you need them.

Whether you're traveling to Philly for business, personal reasons, or just to check out this great city, you'll surely have a great time as long as you know what you're looking for.

Flights to Philly

There are approximately 20 flights between New York City and Philadelphia each week. Thursdays, at least throughout the last 30 days, have been the busiest travel days on departures to Philly, so traveling on another weekday is your best option to avoid weekend surcharges. Additionally, it's recommended to book your flight at least 21 days in advance in order to lock in the cheapest deal and avoid traveling on or near major holidays.

Philly Highways

Philadelphia's major highway is Interstate 95, which runs alongside the eastern side of the city, connecting Miami to Maine. If you're planning on circling around to New Jersey and the Atlantic City Expressway, Interstate 76 is the only other major highway that connects the two.

Affordable Attractions

Though Philly is ripe with high-priced entertainment that will produce plenty of once-in-a-lifetime memories, there are also amazing activities you can do with the whole family at a much more affordable rate. Fairmount park is one of the city's best attractions featuring breathtaking views and activities such as hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking. Similarly, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which has been in existence for more than 125 years, is a great destination for any family. This art lover's paradise holds more than 300,000 pieces of art.

As long as you're planning ahead, your trip to Philly should be a lot of fun -- enjoy!

Philadelphia Travelers' Reviews

  Tough to get to rental companies
It’s so inconvenient to use a shuttle to get to rentals.
- Yauheni  Dec 13, 2018
  Smooth Flight
Nice and smooth. Staff was comforting and attentive. Great flight!
- Tara  Dec 09, 2018

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