If you want to fly from Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) to New York, you can find direct flights that will take about one hour. Downtown Pittsburgh is about 20 miles from the airport. You can get there by driving on Interstate 376 and getting off at exit 53 or by taking a taxi or bus. People fly from Pittsburgh International Airport to New York for many reasons, including business and visiting popular New York City neighborhoods such as the Financial District and Chinatown.
Among New York's most popular attractions include a variety of great museums, such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Natural History and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. One of the best places to get incredible 360-degree views of the city is from Top of the Rock Observation Deck, a three-tiered observation deck at Rockefeller Plaza.
If you fly from Pittsburgh International Airport to New York, you will most likely be landing in LaGuardia Airport (LGA) in Queens. It takes about 30 minutes to get from the airport to Lower or Midtown Manhattan by taxi. Several buses can also take you to various parts of New York City. New York has a humid climate with average temperatures reaching 38 degrees in January and 84 degrees in July.
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