Take in the towering attractions of New York by looking out from the top of Rockefeller Centre - you’ll enjoy a panoramic view of Manhattan’s skyscrapers. Of course, you can’t forget the iconic Statue of Liberty, as well as a trip to the famous Times Square lit up with huge neon banners and hosting zany street performers.
You’ll be in store for a bargain when you visit New York over Thanksgiving! That’s because entire districts of shops across SoHo, Nolita, Madison Avenue slash their prices for the biggest shopping event of the year – Black Friday. Meanwhile, you’ll feel festive when you see the Christmas spreads put on by the huge department stores, Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Take off for New York
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Spring in New York
Our Spring flights to New York mean you can make the most of the bank holidays AND the brighter spring weather. Enjoy a picnic in Manhattan’s huge Central Park, then join in on the festival fun at the Easter Parade with floats, marching bands and fancy dress on Fifth Avenue.
Fly to in mid-November and you’ll arrive in time to see the world’s largest marathon – the New York Marathon to be exact. Meanwhile, to take part in a truly American celebration, fly from Glasgow, Leeds Bradford & Manchester on 27th November for Thanksgiving and experience a fantastic tradition first hand.
A Christmassy city
New York is filled with festive cheer throughout Christmas. Go window shopping and you’ll be wowed by the decorations and twinkling lights, while the Rockefeller Centre ice rink offers plenty of Christmas fun. That’s not forgetting New York’s amazing holiday fairs, from hot cider and classic candy canes at Union Square to the artisan Christmas stalls at