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Why New York City?

New York City holds a special place in the hearts’ of many Irish people. Often referred to as the ‘City of Dreams’, New York was and still is the land of opportunity to many. Whether you have big dreams to live there or simply put your two feet on the famed island of Manhattan, a taste of the ‘Big Apple’ is a once in a lifetime visit that must be seen to be believed.

New York celebrates an eclectic mix of history, culture, arts, cuisine, fashion, architecture, music and many unique characteristics that can only be found in the city that never sleeps. If you are looking to experience life across the water in the big pond, a trip to New York is the perfect destination to consider.

Which airlines fly from Ireland to New York?

Vayama.ie promises to find you the most affordable and quickest routes from popular locations around Ireland, such as Dublin, Cork, Knock, Shannon and Belfast. In 8 hours or less, you can be on top of the world, overlooking the bright lights of Midtown from the iconic Empire State Building. Pack your bags or an empty suitcase, if you plan on shopping because your adventure to New York starts here!

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Things to do in New York

Prepare to be spoilt for choice. There are plenty of things to see and do in New York. Crossing a few of the main attractions off your must-visit list is a good place to start. Annually New York finds itself on the list as one of the most expensive cities in the world. However the uncommon trait about this city in comparison to others is that there is something for everyone, regardless of budget. New York City is one of the best cities in the world for sightseeing. You can inconspicuously blend into the hustle and bustle of Uptown, Downtown and Midtown, like a true New Yorker, all while ticking the main attractions off your bucket list. Let’s start planning your New York adventure!
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Events in New York

New York City is constantly one step ahead of the game when it comes to innovative and thrilling events taking place. Special occasions are always celebrated bigger and better than any other city in the world. You are bound to find something that arouses your curiosity:
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Practical info

Sometimes it’s the most obvious pieces of information that slip our mind before we jet off on holiday. Save yourself time and money by arriving to New York prepared with the right adaptor outlets, visa and money. Let’s get started with the checklist:

  • Temperature: The average temperature is 25˚C during the summer and approximately 5˚C during the winter.
  • Time difference: London is 5 hours ahead of New York.
  • Currency: The US Dollar (USD).
  • Weather - The climate in New York offers the full four seasons - extreme highs in the summer months (June to September) of 27-32 degrees celsius and freezing cold temperatures in the winter (December to March) that regularly reach below -15 degrees celsius. However, spring (March to June) and autumn (September to December) are the two most balanced seasons to visit. Although spring can still be quite chilly with temperatures averaging 10-20 degrees celsius, sunny days are frequent as the city wakes up after hibernation. When the leaves begin to fall in autumn, warm days averaging 12-25 degrees celsius, bring cooler nights.
  • Time zone New York is on Eastern Standard Time in the United States. London is 5 hours ahead of New York.
  • Language The official language in New York is US English.
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Flights to New York

Looking for great deals for flights to New York? Vayama.ie offers you low fares and an unparalleled booking experience. Book from your laptop, tablet or smartphone and be assured of great deals and a easy booking process. Did you know you can save some money by traveling on different days or fly from other airports? Use the filters on the search result page to find great deals.


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Which airlines fly from Ireland to New York?

Aer Lingus, Air Canada, Lufthansa, Air France and KLM are some of the airlines that fly from Ireland to New York.

Which airports are there in New York?

There are three airports in New York; John F Kennedy (JFK), LaGuardia (LGA) and Newark (EWR). The main airport for international flights is JFK, located 24 kilometres away from Times Square. Newark is another popular international airport located in New Jersey, roughly 27 kilometres away from Times Square. LaGuardia is most popular with domestic flights within the United States. It is just over 14 kilometres from Times Square.

When to book flights to New York?

With the luck of the Irish, you might get lucky and find a last minute cheap flights to New York. However, we recommend that you try to book your flights to New York 4-5 months in advance for the best deals. The price of flights can vary due to the season and availability. We also have deals and discounts from time to time. Keep an eye on our homepage for special offers!

When is the best time to fly to New York?

The best time to visit New York is May/June and September/October. It’s not too hot and not too cold, it’s just right! You are more inclined to find cheaper flights to New York in the cooler months of January/February. The summer months are very busy in New York, with June-August being peak season. November and December is another busy time of the year with Thanksgiving and the start of the Christmas season.

How can you get the cheap flights to New York?

A good tip is to search for flights to New York on Tuesday, and to book flights that fly on Wednesday, as these are usually the cheapest deals. It is also a good idea to use our “Alternative Airports” tab on the flight search. Perhaps a different airport is a lot cheaper and will save you money! It’s also worth subscribing to our newsletter to get great deals and offers so you can book the cheap flights.

Cheap flights to New York

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