Those who wish to take in a football game or see majestic scenery can fly from New York to Buffalo/Niagara Falls from John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK). It's often easiest to get to the airport by subway or bus. The flight from JFK to Buffalo takes about an hour.
Buffalo is home to the Buffalo Bills of the NFL, and the team plays its home games at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Buffalo Sabres of the NHL play their home games at First Niagara Center. Visitors who enjoy nature can visit the American side of Niagara Falls or take the short trip to the Canadian side to ride the Maid of the Mist, an iconic boat that lets you travel right up to the edge of the falls.
When you land at Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF), a shuttle may be available to take you to your hotel or other local destinations. Daytime temperatures in Buffalo range from below freezing in December to February to about 80 degrees in June, July and August. Major highways include Interstate 90 and Interstate 190, which goes from downtown Buffalo to the border with Canada. Canal Fest celebrates the Erie Canal over eight days each July and features local food vendors, a golf tournament and a road race.
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