Cheap flights from New Delhi to New York
Flight information New Delhi to New York
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 11747 kilometres
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New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia and Stewart International
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Delhi to New York Airport Information
International terminal, Terminal 3, New Delhi - 110 037 India
225 Park Avenue South, 9th Floor, New York -10003,USA
233 Park Avenue South, 9th Floor, New York -10003,USA
NewYork Information Guide
New York or the 'Big Apple', as it is popularly known as, is a global power city. It is the nerve centre of finance, media, art, fashion, research, technology, education, and entertainment. Sprawling over 54,555 square kilometers, it is the most densely populated city in the US. The beautiful city offers great holiday options for the young and old, for the affluent and the backpacker, for families and students alike.
New York experiences four distinct seasons. Summers are mild and winters are bitterly cold. July is the hottest month with an average temperature of 76°F (25°C). January is the coldest at 35°F (2°C). The weather is unpredictable during winters and snow storms are common. The best time to visit is from July to September.
New York’s roadside vendors are very popular with the locals and tourists. Hotdogs, corndogs, bagels and donuts are some of the must-eats. The city offers fabulous steak options including porterhouse steak and strip steak. And of course, no trip to New York is complete without tasting the pizza. Chinatown is lined with great restaurants serving Cantonese, Sichuan, and Shanghai cuisine. Times Square is dotted with big and small eating joints. From the outdoor cafes of Manhattan to the tiny eateries at Brooklyn, from Little Italy at Bronx to Mexican restaurants at Queens, you can try a variety of delights.
New York is a bustling, cosmopolitan city and is inhabited by people of many different races, religions, and regions. This is showcased in the diverse festivals the city celebrates. Welcome summer with the Central Park Summer Stage Festival that plays host to music, theatre, opera and dance performances. Gawk at the mighty floats during Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in November. Participate in the Independence Day celebrations by marvelling at the spectacular fireworks display on the 4th of July. Or witness the lowering of the famous ball at Times Square to ring in the New Year.
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.
New York has been rightly dubbed as a Shopper’s Paradise. If it’s high end shopping you’re looking at, head straight to 5th Avenue or Madison Avenue. Or make a beeline for Soho, one of New York's biggest shopping arenas. Even if you are on a shoestring budget, choices are aplenty. The city’s flea markets overflow with antiques, jewellery, apparel, home furnishings and cosmetics. The Farmer's Market offers the freshest vegetables, meat, dairy, poultry and fish and baked goods. You can find great bargains at Chinatown and Lower East Side.
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
JFK, as the airport is popularly known as, handles a record number of flights and passengers around the year. There is a Ground Transportation desk at every terminal that provides information on buses, vans and taxis. The Air Train connects the airport to the subway, train and bus system. The ‘Super Shuttle Manhattan' is a 24-hour, shared, door-to-door service to the city hotels.
Delhi to New York Flights
The distance between Delhi and New York is 11,765 km and it takes about 15 hours and 5 minutes of flying time to reach New York. There are 15 flights weekly from Delhi to New York including United, Air India, Etihad Airways etc. Use our month or year view search tools to find the cheapest days to fly from Delhi to New York.
Documents required to travel from Delhi to New York
Passengers travelling from Delhi to New York must carry all the documents listed below
- Valid Passport
- Valid Visa
- Return flight tickets (sometimes asked by the immigration depending on your visa type)
Major airlines that operate from Delhi to New York
Air India flights to New York, United flights to New York, Emirates flights to New York
FAQ on Flights from Delhi to New York
- Q1: How can I book cheap New Delhi to New York flight tickets online? A: Use Skyscanner's flight search above and fill in your travel dates and click on "Search Flights". You can now choose the desired flight to New York from the list.
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Q3: Which is the cheapest month to book flights from New Delhi to New York?
A: Check the bar chart at the top to find the cheapest month to fly from New Delhi to New York. The chart is based on the next 12 months price data we have.
Q4: Should I opt for a travel insurance while flying from of New Delhi to New York?
A: It's always safe to travel with a travel insurance.
Q5: Should I opt for on board food while travelling from New Delhi to New York?
A: Its suggested to opt for on board meals while flying to New York.
Q6: What is the check in luggage limit in New Delhi to New York flights?
A: Generally, 15 kg is the allowed baggage limit for an economy class passenger flying from New Delhi to New York. Its advised to check your baggage limit that is printed on your ticket as it varies from airline to airline.
Q7: What is the hand baggage limit in New Delhi to New York flights?
A: 7 to 10 kg is the allowed hand luggage limit while flying from New Delhi to New York. For most recent updates on the hand luggage weight, contact respective airlines.
Q8: What is the advantage of doing a web check in while flying from New Delhi?
A: Web check-in confirms your travel while flying from New Delhiand saves your time at the check-in counter.
Q9: How can I change my New Delhi to New York travel dates after booking?
A: Before check-in, the respective flight operator will allow you to change your travel dates. Generally, its chargeable based on the rescheduled date. It is recommended to contact respective airlines to know about the charges.
Q10: How do I subscribe for Skyscanner's price alerts for cheap fares from New Delhi to New York?
A: Use Skyscanner's price alert tool to get notified about cheap fares from New Delhi to New York.
Information and Data provided on this page is correct as of Sep 15th, 2017
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.