Cheap direct flights from Manchester to New York from $214pp


We seem to be in the midst of a transatlantic price war. Virgin Atlantic has responded to BA promotions by slashing prices from Manchester to JFK. The best prices are via travel agents, and not Virgin itself, so check Skyscanner for the very best deals using our link.

We've based our pricing and accommodation (below) on 4-night long weekend from Saturday 11 May to Tuesday 14 May, but there are lots of other date options to choose from.

What's included

  • Economy light ticket
  • One cabin bag per passenger.
  • Checked luggage is not included in this price. One checked bag will cost up to £70.
  • Meals, drinks and snacks included

Travel dates

We're seeing these cheap fares through-out April, May, June, September and October. Look for flights departing on a Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday

Accommodation

There are plenty of accommodation options to choose from. Airbnb has a wide selection of good apartments in New York City available from around £60 per night - see the Airbnb search results for 11 May to 14 May. You can get a £25 credit towards your accommodation if you are new to Airbnb and sign up using this link. Read our Airbnb guide for beginners here.

The map below shows a selection of hotel accommodation available on booking.com. The prices shown are the total price for two people staying between 11 May and 14 May 2019.

Booking.com

Important: Prices are correct at the time of publishing, however they are subject to change at any time depending on availability. Some promotional prices will be strictly limited by tour operators or airlines. Special terms and conditions may apply.

About New York

Average flight time: 07hrs and 55 mins

Loud, glitzy, sprawling and relentlessly busy, New York is the ultimate megalopolis…the city of cities that never sleeps! Made up of five boroughs, of these Manhattan conjures up the primary iconic images most people think of.

Situated where the Hudson River meets the Atlantic, with so much to see and do you’d be hard-pushed not to be wowed. But a word of warning… you may feel like you need a relaxing holiday when you get back!

People love New York for countless different reasons, with spring, early autumn and Christmas the busiest tourist periods. Weather-wise, best times to visit are April to June or August to October when the weather is generally milder and you’re less likely to need to carry a coat. Peak daytime temperatures in September are about 25°C, decreasing month by month to February. Summers are warm and humid and winters can be extreme, often with snow and biting winds. On the plus side, the bitter chills of NYC winters do feel dryer and somehow less harsh than the British cold. Read our full destination guide here.