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Direct flights from Richmond to New York
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AVERAGE FLIGHT TIME1 hr 27 minsCHEAPEST NON-STOP ROUNDTRIP$82 AVERAGE FLIGHTS PER WEEK243AIRLINES THAT FLY NON-STOP
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There are 4 airports in New York: New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia, and Stewart International.
The best price found on brianowens.tv for a flight from Richmond to New York is $81. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
Airlines that Fly to New York
There are five airlines that fly the Richmond to New York route:
American AirlinesDeltaJetBlueSouthwest AirlinesUnited Airlines
You can take a direct, non-stop flight from Richmond to New York with American Airlines on flights operated by American Eagle, or with United Airlines on flights operated by United Express. American Airlines makes numerous direct flights from Richmond to New York daily, however there is just one flight on Saturday mornings. United flies a few non-stop flights to New York from Richmond on a daily basis.
For those who don't mind making a stop and taking a connecting flight, you can take American Airlines flights that stop in Charlotte or Philadelphia before going on to New York metro airports. Delta and JetBlue have connecting stops in Boston, Southwest stops in Atlanta, and United Airlines has Richmond to New York flights that make a stop in Washington, D.C. or Chicago. Let brianowens.tv keep you aware of fluctuating prices on this route by downloading their price alert app.
Flights from Richmond to New York fly out of Richmond International Airport (RIC), located seven miles from downtown Richmond. The destination terminals for flights on this route can vary, as New York has three major airports: Newark Liberty (EWR), John F. Kennedy (JFK), and LaGuardia (LGA) airports.
Newark Liberty AIrport
Newark Airport is located in Newark, New Jersey. The AirTrain there connects the terminals with the main airport train station, where you can catch a NJ Transit train to New York's Penn Station in midtown Manhattan in about 30 minutes for $12.50. The AirTrain operates daily, 24 hours a day and stops at all of the airport's three terminals.
JFK is the New York City's main international airport. Travelers on flights from Richmond to New York that fly into JFK airport can also catch the AirTrain at every terminal, 24 hours a day. You can connect to the NYC subway system at Jamaica Station in Queens and be in midtown Manhattan in 50 minutes.
Your flight from Richmond to LaGuardia Airport in New York will arrive at one of four terminals. Nonstop American and United Airlines flights arrive at Terminal B, where you can board a Q70 bus that will take you to the Jackson Hts. subway station and catch an F express train to midtown Manhattan.
Richmond to New York: What's Different?
There's no difference in time between these two cities, but you may find that the weather is not the same. It will generally be a bit cooler in New York by about 10 degrees or more, especially in the winter months. If you are traveling from Richmond to New York from January to March, dress a bit more warmly than you would for Richmond.