New York Stopover
When you think of longhaul travel, a stopover in New York is one of the last things many people would think of, but it can actually be a great opportunity to see the sights of this incredible city when you are pushed for time.
As with most longhaul airlines, adding a stop in New York to your flights comes at no extra cost and can even be cheaper sometimes, all you need to pay for is your hotel. Naturally you would need to be flying to West Coast USA, Canada or Latin America to take advantage of a New York stopover.
Once in New York you'll only have a couple of days to see the sights and enjoy all that is on offer in the Big Apple.
From the hustle and bustle of midtown to the manhattan shores, your to-do list will no doubt be endless. Head up the famous Rockefeller Center for views over Manhattan and Central Park, take the train under the river and taste the local beers at the Brooklyn Brewery, or head to iconic Central Park and enjoy a picnic with the impressive cityscape backdrop.
Staying out by one of the airports can be relatively cheap but when you are limited on time, finding a good central Manhattan hotel is the best option, meaning you've got much more on your doorstep.
Most US airlines with a New York hub will permit a stopover in New York. Simply search for multi-stop flights and add your dates as necessary.
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