Airline tickets to New York, one of the largest cities in the world

New York City (in English officially The City of New York, a common colloquial New York City ) is one of the largest cities in the world with a population of 8,244,910 inhabitants (2011), located in New York, USA. In metropolitan New York live 22,214,083 people. New York is located about 1 214,40 km ² (468,9 miles ²), while its metropolitan area is 17 405 km ² (6,720 miles ²).
Himself New York City consists of five areas: Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. The town is among the most important financial and communication centers in the world. Much of the richest American and international companies are based there and GDP of the metropolitan area is larger than most countries in the world. Moreover as the engine of the global economy, New York is famous for its cosmopolitan culture, being home to people from over 180 countries.

Tourism is a major industry for the city sights that attract millions of tourists.. Among the most emblematic sites are Empire State Building, Times Square, Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, United Nations Headquarters, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Natural History Museum, the Brooklyn Bridge. New York has many parks and playgrounds, the most famous among them is Central Park, which occupies a central place in the recreation for New Yorkers and tourists.
The coastline boasts 20 kilometers of beaches and a museum on an aircraft carrier of World War II. Shopping is also a goal of many visitors as Fifth Avenue is the most luxurious artery. The largest department store Meysi's meet more modest target. In the southern part of Manhattan neighborhoods like Greenwich Village, Soho, Chelsea specialize in particular areas such as music and books, boutique goods, works of art. Many annual events take place in the town - parade in the case of Thanksgiving, Christmas celebrations, fireworks on July 4. After the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center it had lost a lot of tourists, but a few years later they returned to increase the number of Americans among them.
Of course, Manhattan is the most attractive area, but the rest have something to offer as well. Coney Island in Brooklyn is a leisure center with a beach and amusement parks, the Bronx Zoo is world famous, and in Queens is the site of the World Expo (1964) with globe monument of the beginning of the space age. The view from the free ferry to Staten Island is not to be missed.

New York John F. Kennedy (JFK) Airport is the busiest airport in the United States by number of passengers in international flights and serves the metropolitan area of New York. Located in New York Queens County, about 19 km southeast of Lower Manhattan, New York. Its official name is John F. Kennedy, but it is known worldwide for its airport code consisting of the initials of the former U.S. president, whom the airport is named. This is also the 17th busiest airport in the world and along with the two other airports serving New York - LaGuardia and Newark, forms the largest airport system in the world.

JFK has seven passenger terminals, which in 2011 served nearly 48 million passengers. From the airport operate more than 90 airlines, among them American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, JetBlue Airlines, US Airways, Air Berlin, Lufthansa, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Delta Connection, Qatar Airways, Qantas, Britis Airways, American Eagle, Turkish Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Etihad Airlines, Finnair, Japan Airlines, Iberia, Hawaiian Airlines, Meridiana Fly, and more.

Newark Liberty International Airport is one of three major airports serving New York, USA. It is situated 24 km southwest from the center of Manhattan in New York City and is part of the largest in the United States and second-largest airport system in the world after that of London's airports. Newark lags in traffic after the largest airport in New York - JFK, but ahead of the third major airport in the city – Laguardia. In 2011 in Liberty passed 33.8 million passengers.

Newark serves as an important base of the U.S. airline United Airlines, and the cargo operator FedEx Express.
The Airport has three terminals - A, B and C, each of which is divided into three - A1, A2 and A3, in the same way as the other two terminals. Terminal A is used almost entirely to serve passengers from domestic flights, while Terminals B and C are international.

Among many airlines departing from Newark Liberty Airport are United Airlines, US Airways, Virgin Atlantic, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Connection, Air Canada, Jazz Air, Alaska Airlines, Jet Airways, Lufthansa, Alitalia, Open Skies, Southwest Airlines , Scandinavian Airlines, Singapore Airlines and others.

Airlines operating to New York:
Air Canada
Air France
Air One
American Airlines
British Airways
Bulgaria Air
Continental Airlines
Delta Airlines
El Al
Jet Airways
US Airways
Aer Lingus
All Nippon Airways
Czech Airlines
Etihad Airways
Turkish Airlines
United Airlines