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There are 7 airports in New York: John F Kennedy International, Newark Liberty International, La Guardia, East 34th St Landing, Pier 11/Wall St. SPB, Marine Air Terminal, and Battery Pk City/N. Cov.
There are 20 airports located near New York. The closest are: Long Island Mac Arthur, Westchester County Apt, Trenton Mercer Airport, Stewart, Municipal, Danbury Municipal Airport, Teterboro, Igor I. Sikorsky Memorial, Princeton, Grumman, Linden, Naec, Republic Field, Zahns, Deer Park, Robert J. Miller, Montvale, Caldwell Wright, Monmouth Executive Airport, and Asbury Park.
There may be a time zone difference between your location and New York. New York's time zone is GMT -05:00. Current time in New York is 08:49 AM.
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The total population of New York is 8180000 people.
The most populous city in the United States and one of its most important historic locations, New York City in many ways represents America as a whole. From its earliest days, it has been a common destination for immigrants coming into the country, and this has given New York a diverse ethnic and linguistic heritage that sets in apart from other large cities around the world. Today, it is one of the main cultural and financial capitals of the U.S. – in fact, if New York by itself were a country, it would be one of the largest economies in the world.
New York City is served by three large airports, all of which can be accessed via the subway system. John F. Kennedy Airport (known as JFK) and Newark Liberty International Airport are the main destinations for international flights to New York, while domestic flights typically use LaGuardia Airport. As the global hub for many international carriers, the city is well connected to cities around the world, and there are more direct flights to New York than any other city in the world other than London.
Getting around New York is so easy that almost no one who lives here bothers to own a car. Within Manhattan, the central area where nearly all tourist locations are, it’s fairly easy to walk from place to place. A comprehensive subway system will get you any distance longer than you can walk, and taxis are available at any street corner.
There is no cuisine or type of food that cannot be found in New York City, due in large part to the vast and diverse immigrant communities that live here. New York is especially proud of its pizza, which is large and distinctive, especially in the neighborhood of Brooklyn. No trip to New York is complete without trying at least one slice of Brooklyn-style pizza.