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The cheapest time of year to fly to New York from Bristol is February. The most expensive is December.
The cheapest day of the week is usually Wednesday. The most expensive is usually Sunday.
Bristol to New York flights are approximately 19% more expensive in the evening than at midday
Aer Lingus, British Airways, and Brussels Airlines are the most popular carriers operating from Bristol to New York
Bristol - New York John F Kennedy Intl
Fly from Bristol to New York John F Kennedy Intl for the best Bristol - New York flight prices
46 days before
The cheapest time to buy a flight from Bristol to New York is approximately 46 days to departure
When you’re planning your trip from Bristol to New York, the most popular airport-to-airport route is Bristol Airport to New York John F Kennedy Intl Airport. You may be looking for an airport near Bristol Airport to depart from when travelling to New York and luckily, there are options! You can try Birmingham Airport which is located in Birmingham or Cardiff Wales Airport which is located in Cardiff. If you are looking for alternate airports to fly into when travelling from Bristol, you can try flying into Newark Airport (in Newark), New York LaGuardia Airport (in New York, or New Windsor Stewart Airport (in 15). The cheapest route from Bristol to New York is BHX — SWF with an average price of £314 RT during the month of June.
|Birmingham Airport (BHX) to New York John F Kennedy Intl Airport (JFK)||£385|
|Birmingham Airport (BHX) to Newark Airport (EWR)||£347|
|Birmingham Airport (BHX) to New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA)||£433|
|Birmingham Airport (BHX) to New Windsor Stewart Airport (SWF)||£314|
|Bristol Airport (BRS) to New York John F Kennedy Intl Airport (JFK)||£317|
|Bristol Airport (BRS) to New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA)||£493|
|KLM||PriceFrom £347||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Virgin Atlantic||PriceFrom £367||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Aer Lingus||PriceFrom £403||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Brussels Airlines||PriceFrom £419||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|British Airways||PriceFrom £483||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Lufthansa||PriceFrom £534||Free Cancellation||Rating|
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from Bristol to New York are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travellers: Aer Lingus, Virgin Atlantic, and KLM.
Bristol and New York are 3356.3 mi apart from one another. Flights usually cover this in 10h 00m, depending on flying conditions and air traffic around both airports.
Unfortunately, you can’t book any direct flights from Bristol to New York City. The quicker flights take about 11 hours and make one stopover, departing from Bristol Airport (BRS) on Aer Lingus and flying to Dublin Airport (DUB), before crossing the Atlantic and landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). You can also fly on KLM, which makes its stop at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS), then flies to JFK in about 12 hours. Alaska Airlines operates another one-stop route, also stopping over at Schiphol; this flight takes about 11 hours and 30 minutes. If you prefer to fly Virgin Atlantic, you’ll make a single stop in Amsterdam, with a total travel time of roughly 12 hours. Delta Airlines offers an identical route, taking the same amount of time. You can also fly from Gatwick Airport (LGW) to New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA) on Aer Lingus, stopping first in Dublin and then at Toronto Pearson International (YYZ) to change to Air Canada.
Once you’ve booked Bristol to New York City flights, it will take about 15 minutes to get to the airport from Bristol city centre by catching the A1 bus at Parson Street Station. The same station offers an Airport Flyer Shuttle for a few more pounds – this will take around10 minutes. You can catch a taxi or drive to the airport yourself, in which case the trip will take about 15 minutes. To get from JFK to New York central efficiently, you can take the tram from Terminal 4 to Jamaica Station D, and then a train to Penn Station in downtown New York. This will take approximately 40 minutes. You can also take the tram and then switch to the A line subway, which will take roughly an hour. If you hire a car or hail a taxi, it will be about a 30-minute drive. From LaGuardia, you can catch the Q70 bus from Terminal B and then the Woodside train into New York centre. However, it’s much faster to take a taxi or drive yourself – this will generally only take 20 minutes.
Bristol Airport has all the amenities you’d expect in a modern international airport. There are plenty of shops in the concourse and the duty-free section, including bookshops, newsagents, fashion boutiques and cosmetics outlets. For eating and drinking, you’ll have a variety of coffee shops, bistros plus the standard fast food stores that are found at most major airports. You can shop in advance using the online Reserve and Collect service and collect your goods when you get to the airport. Return and one-way flights from Bristol to New York City are serviced here. Both JFK and LaGuardia are also very modern, extremely busy international airports. They have excellent facilities for passengers with limited mobility, families with children and people who travel with a wheelchair. There are dozens of shops, restaurants, coffee shops and fast food outlets, with forex and banking services readily available.
There are plenty of large cities near both of New York’s airports, like Jersey City, which you can reach from LaGuardia in about an hour using a combination of the Q70 bus and the Montclair-Boonton train line. If you hire a car or take a taxi, it will usually take just under 25 minutes. You can also travel north to New Haven, Connecticut, a very popular tourist area. This will take roughly three hours by train on the Woodside-Acela line, or it’s a drive of around an hour and 30 minutes. Another smaller city worth visiting is Allentown, in neighbouring Pennsylvania. It will take about four hours and 30 minutes by bus on the 7 or 7X routes; otherwise, you can drive there in about 2 hours. momondo can help you find cheap flights from Bristol to New York City.
To find the flight that best suits your needs, momondo gathers a range of flights from a large pool of different airlines and agents; you can then use our insights and filters to find and book the right flight to New York from Bristol.
Flights from Bristol to New York with flexible booking policies can be found by using the search form above and then selecting our dedicated flexible booking filter, which will highlight only the flights where this policy is applied.
Once you have performed a search for Bristol to New York flights, momondo helps you find the right one by offering useful filters to narrow down your flight selection. Flights can be filtered by multiple factors such as airline, airport and price; but also by other criteria like aircraft type and payment method.
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