|Origin Airport IATA Code||BHM|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||LGA|
Birmingham, located in Jones Valley along the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, is the largest city in Alabama. Travel from Birmingham to New York is easy to plan when using Orbitz.com to select your flight and hotel room. Just type in the source and destination cities, and then choose the flight and hotel options that you prefer. The process is quick and easy, saving you time you can use to research the many cultural and entertainment attractions available in New York City.
Birmingham is serviced by the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport from its location 5 miles to the northeast of the downtown business area of the city. To get to the airport, you'll need to take a taxi. The trip will cost you about $14 and take approximately 15 minutes. Parking is available at the airport for those wishing to drive. The long-term remote lot charges $10 a day and provides a shuttle bus to transport you from the lot to the terminal area.
With over 8 million inhabitants, New York City is the most populous city in the United States. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world, with millions of visitors arriving each year. To handle the influx of travelers, New York has three airports providing domestic and international commercial services. John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport are both located in the borough of Queens, while Newark Liberty Airport is located in Newark, NJ. There is no best time to visit the city. Events and attractions are available throughout the year, providing thousands of activities for visitors to enjoy. The temperature is mild through most of the summer, with average highs in the mid-80s. During the fall and spring, the temperature drops into the 60s, and winter temperatures fall into the 40s, with lows in the 20s. There's so much to do the city that you're likely to ignore even the coldest winter days to enjoy your visit. While in New York, you can take in a Broadway play or catch a Mets game out in Queens. If you'd rather do a bit of sightseeing, there's the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, the Observation Floor of the Empire State Building or Central Park. After a long day out on the town, you can have a meal at one of the thousands of restaurants that dot the city, enjoying any cuisine imaginable.
Any trip to New York City is always a trip to remember. Whether you have the chance to see a first-run Broadway play or watch a game played by your favorite New York sports team, there's something for everyone. Just remember to make your reservations through Orbitz.com well before your flight from Birmingham to New York leaves the state of Alabama.
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