Cheap flights from New Delhi to New York John F. Kennedy

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Flight information New Delhi to New York John F. Kennedy

Cheapest return price last month

₹ 52,530

Direct airline


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 11766 kilometres

15h 10min

Most popular airline last month

Air India

New York John F. Kennedy

1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in New York John F. Kennedy: New York John F. Kennedy.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from New Delhi to New York John F. Kennedy is ₹ 52,530. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
15h 10min is the average flight time from New Delhi to New York John F. Kennedy.
There is one airline that flies direct from New Delhi to New York John F. Kennedy.
As of November, there are 7 flights per week flying from New Delhi to New York John F. Kennedy.

Delhi to New York John F. Kennedy

Starting Airport:
Indira Gandhi International Airport, (Airport Code: DEL)
Internationalterminal, Terminal 3
New Delhi-110 037

Landing Airport:John F. Kennedy International Airport, (Airport Code: JFK)
New York, NY 11430,
United States


New York - USA's most densely populated area is also its cultural hub. It is home to Wall Street and is called the economic capital of world; in contrast, it is also the cultural inspiration for many, known also as the crossroads of the world.


The city’s climate is divided into four seasons - winter, summer, spring, and autumn. Winters are cold, with temperatures falling below freezing point several times. Summers are warm and gradually get to hot with humidity as high as 70% or more. Thus, the best seasons to visit this city remain spring and/or autumn. Albeit unpredictable, they offer low humidity and a pleasant temperature.


Just like all other cities in the world, the population that settled in that particular city determines its cuisine. New York was first home to Italian and other European immigrants. This gave the city the famous New York-style pizza and cheesecake. Today, New York hosts at least one restaurant, hotel, or mobile vendor representing every cuisine that exists in the world. You’ll find around 4000 mobile vendors who are officially licensed by the city. Street food, whatever cuisine you prefer, shouldn’t be missed here.


Tom Wolfe, while referring to NYC, said, "Culture just seems to be in the air, like part of the weather." New York is a mini world in its own; every religion, ethnicity, caste, etc., is present here. The city gave birth to many inventions in art, music, and dance. Today, it has more than 500 art galleries, each just unique as the other; many museums; and galleries that hold some of the world’s most famous auctions.

History and Architecture

During the early 17th century, Dutch trading posts were set up in the region. The colony was captured by the British who ruled it as the Province of New York. It became the national capital under the first government. Ever since the 19th century, the city has been the largest port of entry for immigration. Though it is synonymous with skyscrapers, it has a large number of historically significant buildings as well. The Woolworth Building, the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building are twentieth century landmarks, while the Seagram Building and the Condé Nast Building are modern day marvels.


Just like any other metro city in the world, NYC is home to both—the biggest and the cheapest shopping places. Head to Madison or Fifth Avenue for luxury shopping in style or hit the inlands for weekend flea markets. Gift shops are your best bet to find souvenirs.

Sightseeing in New York
NYC Skyline, Times Square, Central Park, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Bronx Zoo, Brooklyn Bridge, Staten Island Ferry, NYC Museums, 9/11 Memorial, and Prospect Park are some of the places you must visit when you are in New York.

Getting to and fro from the airport

AirTrain is used widely to get to the airport and for departures from here. You can get off at two major stations—Jamaica and Howard Beach—and then take further transport options ranging from subways, taxis, buses, etc., depending on your destination. Enquire at the airport before you hop onto an AirTrain.

Delhi to New YorkJohn F. Kennedy Flights

There are many connecting flights between New Delhi and JFK Airport, New York. However, only one airline company - Air Indiaflies direct flights between the two destinations. This flight operates on all days except Wednesdays. Other companies that fly this route are Cathay Pacific, Air France, Swiss International, Delta, etc. Use our month or year view search tools to find the cheapest days to fly from Delhi to New York.


Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.