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New York City to Phoenix Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $230.00
Travel Distance:2,150 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, JetBlue Airways
Cheapest Day of the Week:Wednesday
Weekly Flights:354
Avg. Flight Duration:05.48 Hours

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Airports in New York City

New York is served by 2 airports - John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport. The John F. Kennedy International Airport is the primary airport serving New York. The airport is situated in Queens, New York, U.S.A. It is owned by City of New York and operated by Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Apart from being hub for American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Atlas Air, Kalitta Air, and Polar Air Cargo, the airport is a focus city for JetBlue Airways and Norwegian Long Haul. It offers passenger & cargo service to both domestic and international destinations. These include London, Dubai, Santiago, Madrid, Paris, Rome, Dublin, Milan, Boston, Miami, Orlando, San Juan, and more. Both, John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport, are connected to the city through AirTrain, car rentals, taxis, car and van services, and public transit.

Explore Phoenix

Phoenix, the capital of Arizona, is a large sprawling city with modern high-rise buildings, Indian, and Spanish colonial influences. The city offers abundant art and cultural attractions, historic neighborhoods, museums and a diverse art community. Some of these attractions include Heard Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Heritage Square, Taliesin West, and more. Many people come to the Phoenix area to enjoy outdoor activities. With several golf courses, parks, gardens, and 3 mountains in the proximity of the city of Phoenix, visitors can grab opportunity to indulge in hiking, biking, or climbing.

Things to Do in Phoenix

Desert Botanical Garden

Desert Botanical Garden is in Papago Park, Phoenix. It has a cactus garden and vegetation in deserts (from different parts of the world). Spread over nearly 140 acres, approximately 55 acres is used for cultivation and has thousands of plants. The Botanical garden is taken care by volunteers and staff. During spring, the plants come to life and bloom in various colors.

Phoenix Zoo

Located in Papago Park, Phoenix Zoo is famous for Sumatran tigers and orangutans. There are more than 1,400 animals, including numerous endangered species, who call this zoo home. There are four different trails that visitors can follow - the Africa Trail, Tropics Trails, Arizona Trail, and Children's Trail. This zoo is favorite with children and offers all kinds of children's programs, events, and play areas. Some of the highlights of the zoo include - the petting zoo, camel rides, Stingray Bay, and daily animal shows.

South Mountain Park

South Mountain Park in Phoenix is the largest city park in the United States, covering over 16,000 acres of desert landscape. The miles of trails which run through the park are ideal for hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking. This is a nice place to visit at night, with a wonderful view over Phoenix and the city lights. The highest point in the park is Mount Suppoa at 2,690 ft but the highest lookout which can be reached by trail or road is Dobbins Lookout at 2,330 feet.

Best Time to Fly to Phoenix

The best time to visit Phoenix is between the months of November and April. During these months, the sky is clear and blue. Since it is a desert city, you will not see flowers bloom in the spring season nor will leaves change their color in the fall. While planning a trip here, do bear in mind that a change in weather is a bit unpredictable in deserts.