|Origin Airport IATA Code||LIT|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||NYC|
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Those looking to visit the Big Apple can fly from Little Rock to New York in about five hours. Taxis run from downtown Little Rock to Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport (LIT), or you can drive via Highway 440 and leave your car in long-term parking. When you arrive in Manhattan, New Yorkers are standing by to demonstrate why their town is the City that Never Sleeps.
Each of New York's five boroughs has their own charm. Manhattan s Central Park offers winding paths, fields, streams, cafes and bridges stretching from 59th Street up to 110th. From there, head to Queens to check out The Noguchi Museum. Head south on the Q train from Queens to the end of the line to discover Brooklyn s own Coney Island. You can also take the Q back to Manhattan and head down to Battery Park to catch the free Staten Island Ferry to view the Statue of Liberty. Sports fans can drive north to the Bronx and catch a game at Yankee Stadium.
You can take the J, Z, A or C trains from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) into Manhattan. The A train goes right to 59th Street and the entrance of Central Park. New York experiences average low temperatures in the 30s and highs in the 70s. Dog lovers should visit in February for the Westminster Kennel Club Show.
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