Book Cheap Flight Tickets from New York City (NYC) to Orlando (ORL)
Crystal Travel offers some of the cheapest airfares for your New York City to Orlando flights.

Whether you are looking for a fun-filled vacation or a last-minute trip due to business reasons, flights from NYC to Orlando offer respite. Not only is Orlando enticing, but it also gives a chance to make some memories and explore some of the best theme parks. The only thing that may bother you is finding affordable flight tickets that fit your budget.

We at Crystal Travel are here to help you find flight tickets that won’t bust your budget. Whether you want to fly one-way, non-stop, or round trip, we have some of the best deals on flights that will match your schedule and price range. So, what are you waiting for? Explore our exclusive deals and get your cheap flight tickets from New York City to Orlando with a few clicks.

About New York City

New York City is the most populous city in the United States, with diverse cultures and vivid lifestyles. NYC houses the headquarters of many Fortune 500 companies with several other industries and stock markets, owing to its nickname as the “Economic capital of the World.” The city is also known for its diverse population because of which visitors can find an incredible range of delicious cuisines and markets. Along with the business sites and diverse citizens, the Big Apple also boasts some of the best tourist attractions.

About Orlando

Orlando, a city in central Florida, is renowned for its amusement parks, nature parks, and expansive beaches with high-end spa resorts. It is one of the popular vacation spots in the nation with year-round balmy weather. This thriving city houses Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and LEGOLAND with many restaurants and golf courses. Other than the amusement parks, The Kennedy Space Center in Orlando also attracts thousands of visitors.

Cheap Flights from New York City to Orlando

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FAQs on New York City to Orlando Flights
1. Which airlines fly directly from New York City to Orlando?

The airlines flying directly from New York City to Orlando are:

  • Delta Air Lines
  • Frontier Airlines
  • JetBlue
  • Southwest Airlines(seasonal)
  • Spirit Airlines
  • United Airlines
2. I’m booking a non-stop/direct flight to Orlando from New York City. Which airport do I choose?

New York City is served by three airports, all of which offer non-stop flights to Orlando, Florida. You can choose your departure airport among the options depending on travel time, the departure time, and the airfare provided. The airports are:

  • John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), 16 miles southeast of Midtown Manhattan.
  • LaGuardia Airport (LGA) in Queens, NYC
  • Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), about 9 miles west-southwest of Manhattan in New York City

Whereas, Orlando is served by two commercial airports, of which only Orlando International Airport (MCO) is directly connected to New York City by air. Therefore, you do not have an option to select the destination airport other than MCO.

3. What is the flight duration between New York City and Orlando?
The shortest flight distance between John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Orlando International Airport (MCO) is about 944 miles or 820 nautical miles. The quickest non-stop flight takes about 2 hours and 38 minutes to land in Orlando from NYC.
4. Which airline has the least delayed flights from New York City to Orlando?
Delta Air Lines has the least delayed flights to Orlando from NYC, followed by Southwest and Spirit Airlines.
5. Which is the cheapest day of the week to fly from NYC to Orlando?
Wednesdays are the cheapest days to fly to Orlando from NYC. Generally, flights are pricier during the weekend, with Friday and Monday (morning) being the most expensive time to fly from New York City. However, this doesn’t mean that you cannot find affordable flights, explore our flight deals to secure a cheap air ticket to Orlando.
6. Do I need to pay any fees or charges for canceling my flight from JFK/EWR/LGA to MCO?
Airlines typically charge a penalty fee for changes or cancellations of flights. However, whether you incur a cancellation fee depends on your airline, travel class, and route, as airlines have waived their change and cancellation fees on several routes because of the pandemic. Please check the cancelation policy of the airlines or contact our customer support team for more information.
7. Do airlines offer sleeping areas to passengers traveling from New York City to Orlando?
Airlines have lounges for their passengers at the airports where they can relax and enjoy complimentary meals. Passengers in economy class can pay to enter these lounges. Also, JFK offers designated sleeping pods and reclined chairs where passengers can lie down and sleep. The sleeping pods are available for rent, while recliners in the concourse area are free. Also, the concourse area has pre-installed seats to relax and nap.
8. Am I allowed to carry food/eatables on my flight to Orlando?
You may carry food/eatables in your carry-on or checked baggage as long as it is solid and well packed according to the TSA policy. However, you cannot carry liquid, semi-liquid, and gel items in your luggage during a flight journey.
9. What is the baggage allowance on a flight from New York City to Orlando?

You can check in one piece of baggage and carry one in the cabin in economy class according to the standard for domestic flights in the USA.

  • The sum of the dimensions (length + width + height) of the checked baggage must not exceed 62 inches (158 cm), and the weight must be less than 50 pounds (23 kg). 
  • The carry-on weight cannot exceed 18 pounds (8 kg) and must be compact enough to fit in the overhead cabin or beneath the seat.

The baggage allowance may vary with the airlines and the airfare. Please check with the airlines or our travel agents before booking.

10. I lost my baggage during my flight to Orlando from New York City. How can I recover it?

Here are a few steps to recover your baggage if it is lost during a flight to Philadelphia.

  • Contact the airlines immediately
  • Request for delivery to your address or accommodation.
  • Request for baggage fee reimbursement
  • Keep all the receipts for incidental expenses.

Generally, an airline requires 1–5 days to find the baggage or declare it lost. The airline will compensate you for the luggage and its content if it is lost during a flight. Check the airline and government policies for more information, or contact our travel experts.

11. How would I get the best deal on my flight from NYC to Orlando?
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