|Flying Time||4 h and 37 m||When flying from New York to Denver, this can take around 4 h and 37 m in flying time, however this flight duration can vary due to other factors|
|Cheapest flight||$116||The best price for flights from New York to Denver 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 Denver|
|Arrival Airport||Denver International||You'll land at Denver International when flying from New York to Denver|
New York is a captivating metropolis with many places of interest like museums and iconic landmarks. There are three airports that cater to the passenger travel and cargo needs of the city. John F. Kennedy Airport is a principal airport equipped with four runways and six terminals. It features two cell phone lots (Van Wyck and JFK Expressways) with adequate parking for drivers waiting for passengers to arrive. LaGuardia Airport is another important transport hub for NYC. It is smaller than JFK, but is closer to NYC. It handles over 28 million passengers per year. Newark Liberty International Airport is in New Jersey, the third airport serving NYC with modern facilities.
Getting to any of the three airports is relatively easy. From downtown New York, you have the option of using AirTrain JFK which is linked to the subways, buses and Long Island Light Rail Road. Cars, taxis and vans are other possibilities to reach JFK in addition to taxi-share service using the Bandwagon app. To go to LaGuardia, take the NYC Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) buses. Other ways to reach the airport in Queens include taxis, shared rides and car services. Newark Liberty is served by Amtrak (train) and the NJ Transit. AirTrain Newark connects the terminals. The other transport choices are to take a taxi, rent a car or van service.
Denver is the capital of Colorado state, a bustling metropolis known for its proximity to the famed Rocky Mountains. It offers lots of interesting attractions for visitors, from its magnificent outdoors to diverse museums. Spend the entire day hiking or soak up some sunshine in the mountains. If you are not the adventurous type, explore art galleries, admire landmarks or hit its fabulous shopping districts. After the sun goes down, discover the dining scene or try various beers at a pub or café. Denver is the ultimate destination city you're looking for with a little bit of everything from nature to urban activities.
Denver International Airport, is the main airport serving the city. As soon as you disembark from flights from New York to Denver, follow the signs to the Ground Transportation Information Counter which is found at the Jeppesen Terminal (level 5). The staff there can help you with hotel shuttle or charter buses and other info. Should you decide to use public transport, take the University of Colorado A Line (commuter rail) to go downtown at Denver Union Station. By public bus, use the Regional Transportation District (RTD)/'Bustang' (interregional bus) Service routes 145X, AA, AT, AB or 169L. Other ways of getting to the center of Denver include limousines, shared rides and taxicabs.