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Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets from Sydney to New York based on the day and time that you book your flight. After analyzing data from all airlines, we have discovered that the best days to book flights are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
There are 0 direct flights from Sydney to New York.
provides of the non-stop flights between Sydney and New York.
|Airlines flying this route:||Qantas Airways Delta Air Lines|
|Airports in Sydney:||Kingsford Smith Airport|
|Airports in New York:||Newark Liberty International Airport John F. Kennedy International Airport La Guardia Airport Stewart Airport|
|Average duration of direct flights:||22h53m|
New York, or as it is officially called New York City, is one of the most popular cities of the World. The most populous megacity in the world is also considered the cultural, financial and media capital too of the US.
New York, which is world-famous for its Statue of Liberty and Central Park, is also an epicentre of arts, architecture, and even a dining and shopping hub too. A tourist is spoilt for choices in attractions and activities to do in NYC and its five boroughs- Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Islands.
Tip: The New York experiences cold and damp winters and hot and humid summers. New York is an all-year tourist destination, but the most popular months are May to August.
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is the leading international airport of New York is also colloquially known as JFK Airport or Kennedy Airport. It is one of the busiest airports in the world, serving millions of passengers every year. There are several options of local transportation available connecting JFK to the city and other nearby destinations. They are Airtrain, subways, trains, buses, NYC taxis, and rental cars.
Several airlines and airways are operating from Sydney to New York. There is no direct flight to New York. For a one-stop flight from Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (SYD) to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) via Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) sees flights by Delta Airlines and American Airlines. Some options for a cheap flight from Sydney are by Virgin Australia Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airlines, American Airlines and Delta Airlines.
Tip: Both Sydney and New York observe daylight saving time; therefore, time differences between the cities can change.
With its plethora of things to see and activities to do, choosing is a tough job for a traveller visiting New York. New York presents endless possibilities to its tourists. Most of the attractions are in Manhattan, but the other four boroughs also have their share of attractions and charms. Some of the famous tourist places are- the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Broadway, Ellis Island, Central Park, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, Metropolitan Museum of art, Moma, etc. to name a few.
The nightlife in New York is anything but average or limited. There are various activities to do, apart from nightclubs or pubs. One can go high at the Empire State Building, Top of the Rock or One World Observatory. The night view will be worth the wait. Nighttime museum tours are also there, which can be exhibitions, talks or readings. For the more leisurely ones, Russian and Turkish baths in East Village might be tempting.
New York is a shoppers paradise. One can go to trendy boutiques in Soho or choose the thrift shops in Bushwick. The Artists and Flea in Williamsburg have many vendors selling handmade crafts, jewellery to local items. The Financial District has some upscale brands and malls.
Tip: To experience a mini cruise, take the Staten Island Ferry in the night and enjoy the best views of the Statue of Liberty and NYC skyline. Best part it's free.
New York, like its numerous attractions, has many options for accommodation too. The families can opt for the Upper West Side or Upper East Side as these are the safest areas and have a lot of options for all types of hotels. Lower Manhattan and Financial District to have hotels for all budgets. One can choose Midtown for its large numbers of attractions, and it’s the heart of New York shopping and theatre. Best budget hotels can be found in Williamsburg Brooklyn.
Tip: If on a tight budget, opt for Airbnb or VRBO (Vacation Rental by Owner) or even house sitting is quite famous in New York.
There are many Sydney to New York flights throughout the day, so customise your search to get the best price according to your travel dates. If you’d want to travel on a budget, combine your Sydney-New York flight booking with discount hotel reservations for great deals. To experience the world’s leading metropolis with cultural and culinary offerings, visit New York with Trip.com.
There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Sydney to New York. However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.
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