|Flying Time||4 h and 23 m||When flying from New York to Austin, TX, this can take around 4 h and 23 m in flying time, however this flight duration can vary due to other factors|
|Cheapest flight||$83||The best price for flights from New York to Austin, TX offered by eDreams, which have been found by our customers in the last 3 days|
|Departure Airport||John F Kennedy Intl Airport||John F Kennedy Intl Airport is where you'll take off from when flying from New York to Austin, TX|
|Arrival Airport||Austin-Bergstrom International Airport||You'll land at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport when flying from New York to Austin, TX|
New York City is the largest city in the USA and is a global financial center. It is served by many airports, such as John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport in the neighborhood of Queens. Between them, John F. Kennedy International Airport is the largest and busiest.
John F. Kennedy International Airport has four runways and it started its operations in 1948. Flights to Austin may also take off from LaGuardia Airport, which has four terminals. The site where LaGuardia airport is built was once owned by Gala Amusement Park. Newark Liberty International Airport is located in New Jersey rather than in New York State, yet, it serves the city of New York.
Getting from NYC to Austin is easy, as long as you know from which airport your flight is departing. If your flight is leaving from John F. Kennedy International Airport, take the New York City Subway from various locations in the city. LaGuardia, which is located in Queens, is easily reached by bus and train. If you are flying from Newark Liberty International Airport, take a train from Midtown Manhattan, which is a distance of 24 kilometers from the airport. There are shuttle and express bus services available to and from all the airports, which are convenient too.
Known for its live music venues and unique business establishments, Austin is one of the most interesting cities in the Deep South. Admire the beautiful government buildings that are reminiscent of a glorious past. The State Capitol building is particularly impressive and is known for its history. Spend some time at the historical LBJ Presidential Library toflip through the pages of well-preserved rare books. Head toward SoCo District, known for its quaint boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Discover the city's lakes and parks, and rent a bike to discover the unknown nooks and corners of the city. At night, attend a live music performance at one of the many bars.
Your flight from New York to Austin will land at Austin–Bergstrom International Airport, located eight kilometers from Austin city center. Reaching downtown Austin from the airport is very easy. Take one of the Airport Flyer bus services, which stop at downtown Austin, before completing their trip at the University of Texas main campus. There are also shuttle and taxi services which have been approved by the airport authorities. FARE, Fasten, Lyft and Wingz are some of the authorized transportation network companies that serve passengers to and from Austin city center and the airport. Taxis and chartered shuttle services tend to be pricier than bus rides, but are available.