Fly to NY direct from Newcastle this summer

Statue of Liberty, Times Square, MoMA, Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s and refuel by dining at a diner. New York will become so much closer this summer when direct five days a week flights from Newcastle Airport start in May.

The first flight of the airport's new service to New York connecting the North East of England to the North East of the USA departs 23 May and tickets are on sale now.

Flights will leave Newcastle Airport five times a week from Saturday 23 May and will run until Monday 7 September 2015. There will be 16 Business and 153 Economy seats aboard the Boeing 757 aircrafts, with state of the art entertainment available at every seat. The airline providing the service is United.

United’s service does not just stop at New York, passengers are able to connect onward with the benefit of a through fare to over 300 cities across the Americas with United Airlines and United Express.  You can land and head straight for your next flight, or spend a few days in the City That Never Sleeps then continue your journey.

For those looking for inspiration on what to do in the United States this summer check out Newcastle Airport’s dedicated New York section on their website.

To book your trip to New York and beyond visit United.

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