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Airport information before you fly from London to New York

Some helpful tips for your trip to New York

  • How to get to London Gatwick Airport

    There are many ways to get to London Gatwick airport from the centre of London. From Victoria station, you can take the Gatwick Express non-stop train, which takes 30 minutes to get to the airport. Alternatively, you can take a Southern Trains main line service from Victoria via East Croydon and Clapham Junction. Trains also travel to Gatwick Airport from other stations across London, including London Bridge, London Blackfriars, Farringdon and St Pancras International. You can also take a National Express coach service from Victoria station to London Gatwick airport – the journey takes between 1.5 and 2 hours.

  • From John F.Kennedy International Airport to the city center

    John F.Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

    Norwegian's flights depart from terminal 1. Check-in kiosks are available. JFK offers several transportation options. For a complete overview, please see the airport's website John F. Kennedy International Airport.

    Newark libery International Airport (JFK)

    Newark Liberty International Airport offers several transportation options. For a complete overview, please see the airport's website.

Useful facts

You might find this useful to know before travelling to New York

Flight time

8h 20 min (approx.)





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Top reasons to go to New York

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Start spreading the news... New York is the biggest and boldest city in the world, a capital of culture, commerce and cuisine with some of the most recognisable landmarks. Want to be a part of it? Here are the best things to do when you’re visiting New York.

New York: places to visit

On a trip to New York, a visit to one of the city’s museums is practically obligatory. There’s an abundance to chose from. The American Museum of Natural History showcases everything from dinosaur fossils to meteorites, while the Metropolitan Museum of Art is America’s largest art museum, with works by Vermeer, Monet and Degas among a collection that spans the whole of human history. Those with a contemporary focus should make for the Museum of Modern Art, which houses famous works by Lichtenstein, Dali and Van Gogh alongside up-to-the-minute exhibitions. The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed exterior of the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum is as bold as its collection of avant-garde works, while the Frick Collection showcases classical works in a suitably refined setting.

After a long flight to New York, you’ll want to stretch your legs – and the city offers plenty of spaces in which to do that. Central Park’s 800-plus acres house everything from a zoo to a castle, while the High Line is a unique elevated park that’s perfect for a promenade. Head to Brooklyn to walk along the Brooklyn Bridge’s pedestrian walkway for spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline.

Shopping in New York

If you want to see it from a different angle – without wearing out your feet – head to One World Trade Center. You can take a lift to the One World Observatory that climbs 102 floors in less than a minute, for a unique perspective on the city. New York is a shopper’s paradise, with stores that are so famous they’ve become institutions, such as Tiffany & Co, Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue. Any trip to New York should take in SoHo, which serves up a mix of boutiques and chains such as Birchbox and Babel Fair. For eats, try the avocado toast at Cafe Gitane on Mott Street.

Those in search of a good read should make straight for the Strand Bookstore on 12th and Broadway, with its 18 miles of books. Just next door is Forbidden Planet’s New York flagship, drawing geeks to its comics and memorabilia like magpies to a shiny object. New York’s restaurant scene runs the gamut from Michelin stars to street food. Allegedly, you’re never more than a metre away from a hot dog in NYC – so when visiting New York, it’s almost obligatory to chow down on one. The ubiquitous snack was created in Coney Island in 1867, so grabbing one at Nathan’s is basically a history lesson – but for more modern options seek out a Crif Dogs’ Tsunami – served with bacon, teriyaki, pineapple and green onions – or hit up The Smoke Joint in Brooklyn. For a more refined meal, make for cult Williamsburg sushi restaurant Okonomi, where chef Yuji Haraguchi serves up fish from his own local fish market Osakana – the first market in New York to exclusively sell domestic produce, prepared using Japanese fish-handling methods.

There’s no shortage of things to do on a holiday to New York, in the city’s many and varied boroughs. Head for leafy, gentrified Fort Greene on Saturdays for a farmers’ market of Brooklynesque goodies, including artisanal honey, granola, cider and doughnuts. The West Village is home to New York University, Michelin-starred gastro-pub The Spotted Pig, and leafy avenues of Sex and the City-style brownstones. Stroll through Stanford White’s arch and into Washington Square Park, where you can catch a chess game or unwittingly star in an NYU student’s art film. The Upper East Side is the city’s swankiest zone; get with the programme at the Met’s Roof Garden Café & Martini Bar, gazing over Central Park, or slurp the infamous Frrrozen Hot Chocolate at Warhol’s favourite sweet shop, Serendipity 3.

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