|Origin Airport IATA Code||BUF|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||JFK|
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Most of the services that fly from Buffalo to New York land at the city’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. One of the busiest air terminals in the world, JFK is a base for American Airlines and Delta Air Lines and an operating hub for JetBlue. Flights leave Buffalo for JFK regularly throughout the day.
Another popular route from Buffalo to NYC sees flights land at LaGuardia Airport. Largely operated by Delta, this route offers passengers easy access to Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Manhattan.
Last but not least, passengers also have the option of flying from Buffalo to New York’s Newark Liberty International Airport. Taking passengers to nearby New Jersey, the Buffalo - Newark route is operated by United Airlines.
The flight from Buffalo to New York takes around one hour and 35 minutes. The average cruising altitude for planes on this route is 35,000 feet, although this can vary slightly depending on the path your flight takes and the number of planes in the sky at the time you fly.
Outside the temperature can drop as low as minus 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Inside however, the plane will be heated to room temperature and pressurized to ensure passengers are comfortable for the duration of the flight. Exact temperatures inside aircraft can vary, so it’s always a good idea to bring a light coat on board in case you get cold.
New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport is the most popular destination for passengers flying from Buffalo. Over a quarter of a million people use the route every year, with one hundred thousand more flying from Buffalo to Newark or LaGuardia. From JFK, Newark and LaGuardia, you can travel to hundreds of destinations across the US and around the world, making New York the perfect starting point for your next international adventure.
After the three airports serving New York City, Buffalo Niagara International is the busiest air hub in the state. The airport serves the Buffalo-Niagara Falls metropolitan area as well as the southern part of Ontario, Canada, which lies just a few miles from the airport on the other side of the Niagara River.
With so many flights departing Buffalo for New York, exploring the Big Apple has never been easier.
If you’re flying from Buffalo to New York and want to visit other parts of the state, there are a number of other destinations you can fly to. Why not explore one of these popular alternative routes?
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