Cheap Flights To Hong Kong From New York


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Flights to New York To Hong Kong$1657

 To experience a truly unforgettable destination, why not head to Globehunters to check out our great deals on flights to Hong Kong from New York?

A spectacular combination of old and new, modern and traditional, Hong Kong is the best of both worlds. Whether you’re here for a holiday or a business trip, there are lots of things to see and do across this independent territory.

For those looking to witness the future of modern living, a wander around the central business district of Hong Kong Island is a must. With more skyscrapers than anywhere else in the world and one of the most sophisticated transport systems available, Hong Kong really is at the cutting-edge.

However, this vast metropolis peacefully coexists with the heritage of Imperial China and the serenity of Buddhism. The Tian Tan Buddha, the Wong Tai Sin Temple, and the 10,000 Buddhas Monastery are all well worth a visit for the history buffs and culture vultures alike.

If you’re looking for wide open spaces, Hong Kong has plenty. The various national parks in the New Territories and the inner-city parks of Hong Kong island offer serene escapes away from the hustle and bustle of the city, while Victoria Peak offers great hiking (although the Peak Tram is always available too!).

And, if you’re wanting some thrills, the Hong Kong Disneyland theme park is a great option for adrenaline junkies.

So, if you’re planning a trip to the city where East meets West, be sure to check out our cheap fares here at Globehunters, including first and business class flights.

5 Things You Need to Know About Hong Kong

If you’re heading to Hong Kong for the first time, here are five things you might want to know before you leave:

Time Difference: UTC +8 hours
Currency: Hong Kong Dollar ($)
Native Language: Chinese and English
Weather: Average temperature of 84°F in the warmest month (July) and 61°F in the coldest (January)
Sales Tax: 0%

Flying to Hong Kong from New York

Here’s everything you need to know about flying from New York to Hong Kong, including flight times and entry requirements.

Flight Times

Direct flights from New York airports to Hong Kong take around 15-16 hours but aren’t offered as frequently as connecting flights. Connecting flights take upwards of 19 hours and usually require a stopover in another US airport.

Entry Requirements

Most US citizens are not required to obtain a visa, as long as the duration of your trip is no longer than 90 days and is for tourism and business purposes only.

You must also have a passport validity of at least one month from the date of your arrival, plus evidence of adequate funds for your stay and proof of onward travel.

For those travelling as non-US citizens or for longer than 90 days, visit the Chinese Embassy or Consulate page for more information.

Airlines That Fly to Hong Kong

The following airlines offer direct flights from New York to Hong Kong:
- United
- Cathay Pacific
- American Airlines

The following airlines are some of the options that offer connecting flights:
- All Nippon Airways
- Japan Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- Air Canada
- Aeroflot
- Delta

The Airport

Hong Kong International Airport

This is the main airport in Hong Kong, serving all international travel. Located on the island of Chek Lap Kok, it’s one of the busiest airports in the world.

To get into Central Hong Kong, there are multiple transport links. The Airport Express takes 24 minutes and leaves at 10-12 minute intervals, running services to Hong Kong Station, Kowloon Station, Tsing Yi Station and Asia World Expo Centre Station on Lantau island.

Alternatively, multiple buses can be used to access downtown Central and Lantau island, as well as across the whole Hong Kong territory.

Taxis can be caught from the airport and are colour coded according to destination. Red taxis are urban taxis and serve all destinations in Hong Kong except for Tung Chung road and south Lantau; green taxis are New Territories taxis and only serve the New Territories and specific roads in Lantau; and blue taxis are Lantau taxis, serving all destinations in Lantau.

10 Hong Kong Must-Dos

There’s so much to see and do in Hong Kong that it can feel slightly overwhelming, but here are our top ten things to see and do in Hong Kong:
- Star Ferry
- The Peak and the Peak Tram
- Ocean Park
- Hong Kong Disneyland
- Tian Tan Buddha
- Wong Tai Sin Temple
- Victoria Park
- 10,000 Buddhas Monastery
- Kam Shan Country Park
- Lantau and Lamma islands

Book Cheap Flights to Hong Kong with Globehunters

So, if you’re planning a visit to Hong Kong, be sure to check out our great deals on flights here at Globehunters, including business and first class fares.

Feel free to get in touch with one of our travel advisors if you have any further questions regarding your trip, who will be happy to help. All of our flights are also ATOL protected to give you that extra peace of mind.