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Cheap round-trip flights to New Jersey

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Why You Should Fly To New Jersey

Made up of dynamic cities, characterful coastal resorts and beautiful countryside, New Jersey has something for everyone. Book flights to this unique corner of the US today and discover the Garden State for yourself.


When To Book Flights To New Jersey

Cold winters and hot, humid summers mean Jersey has something to offer throughout the year. Visit between June and September and you’ll be able to soak up the sun on one of the state’s beautiful beaches, stroll along its colorful boardwalks and enjoy summer in Jersey’s cities.

Spring and fall bring milder temperatures, making these shoulder seasons the perfect time to travel if you want to hike in the state’s verdant parks and forests. If you book flights to New Jersey from December to March, you’ll need to wrap up warm against the state’s famously chilly winter weather.


How To Find The Best Flight Deals To New Jersey

The more flexible you can be when it comes to making travel plans, the easier it will be to find cheap flights to New Jersey. If you’re flying from a city with multiple departure points, make sure you select ‘All airports’ when making your search. This will ensure you’re shown all possible options for your journey.

If you’re happy to change your date of travel as well as your departure point, click the ‘Show flexible dates’ link on the results page. This will display a range of prices for planes tickets to New Jersey on the days either side of your selected dates.

Use the filters on the left of the page to refine your results by airline, number of stops and departure time. The drop down menu at the top of your results allows you to arrange flights by price or duration.


Main Airports in New Jersey

  • Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

As well as serving the Garden State, Newark Liberty International is one of the three main entry points for passengers traveling to nearby New York. The airport is connected to New Jersey’s rail and bus network, making it very easy to continue your journey to your final destination. Taxis are also available at the airport.

  • Atlantic City International Airport (ACY)

A joint military and civilian airport, Atlantic City International is primarily served by Spirit Airlines. The most popular destinations for passengers flying from the terminal are Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Fort Myers and Myrtle Beach. Taxis and buses connect the airport to the surrounding area and a shuttle bus links the airport to Egg Harbor City Rail Station.

  • Trenton International Airport (TTN)

Formerly known as Mercer County Airport, Trenton International is Jersey’s third largest air hub. Served by Frontier Airlines, it offers year-round services to Atlanta, Chicago, Orlando and Tampa and seasonal services to a number of other US destinations.


Which Airlines Fly To New Jersey

A good choice of airlines connect New Jersey with destination across the US and around the world. These include:

  • American Airlines
  • Delta
  • Frontier Airlines
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Spirit Airlines
  • United Airlines

How To Get Around New Jersey

The NJ Transit network makes it quick and easy to travel around the state. Trains and buses link many of Jersey’s towns and cities while taxis are also readily available in most urban areas.

If you’re planning on visiting Jersey’s extensive coast or exploring its picturesque countryside, car rental is probably the best way to get around. A choice of hire car companies is available at the airport terminal. 


Places To Visit In New Jersey

Atlantic City

One of the most popular resorts on the East Coast, Atlantic City is known for its boardwalk, its casinos and its nightlife. Catch a show at one of the city’s glitzy hotels, take a stroll along the historic Steel Pier and visit the historic Absecon Lighthouse before cooling off with a dip in the resort’s busy waters.

Cape May

Located on Delaware Bay, at the southern most tip of the Jersey Shore, Cape May is one of the most characterful towns on this long stretch of coast. A fashionable resort town in the 18th and 19th centuries, Cape May is full of beautiful historic buildings and retains much of its period charm. Visit the Emlen Physick Estate to learn more about the town’s prosperous past.

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area

Straddling the border between New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area covers more than 1,000 square miles. A great place for hiking, kayaking, swimming, fishing and camping, it’s the perfect destination for anyone who wants to escape the hustle and bustle of the modern world.


Tips And Tricks For Traveling in New Jersey

New York and Philadelphia offer convenient alternative entry points for people flying to New Jersey. The state operates on Eastern Standard Time.

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