Whoever nicknamed New York City ‘the city that never sleeps’ wasn’t messing around.
This city never takes a breather. Wander downtown, and you’ll be tripping over famous sights – from Liberty Island and Brooklyn Bridge to Times Square and Central Park.
The entertainment scene rolls on 24/7, too. Broadway shows, celebrity clubs, dive bars and every flavour of restaurant are all accounted for.
Want a bird’s eye view of the city? Then ride a lift up to the top of one of the celebrated skyscrapers.
From 20 hours 50 minutes with a stopover. Some flights include a couple of stopovers and can last up to 60 hours long.
United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, Qantas Airways and Virgin Australia offer some of the easiest routes.
Over 100 flights from Sydney to New York City depart each day. That’s because there are so many different routes – you could fly via a number of cities.
Flights start at Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport.
Take your pick of airports in New York City – LaGuardia Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport or John F. Kennedy International Airport.
There aren’t any direct Sydney to New York City flights. The cheapest indirect routes usually make tracks for Newark Liberty International Airport.
Stepping off a flight from Sydney to New York City is like walking on to a film set.
Take Manhattan. The Empire State Building, Fifth Avenue, Wall Street, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park – they’ve all doubled as backdrops for a century’s worth of movies, books and comics.
Then there are the outer neighbourhoods. Brooklyn dishes up 19th-century Brooklyn Bridge and the funfairs of Coney Island. Plus, it’s home to too-cool-for-school Williamsburg. Meanwhile, the Yankee Stadium lays on legendary baseball games in the Bronx.
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