Re-discover New York or Toronto with United Airlines or Air Canada for your next journey and find out how easy visiting your favourite places can be.
Fly to New York with United Airlines
United connects the UK with bustling New York City. Visit Times Square, catch a Broadway show or hop on the ferry to Ellis Island. New York/Newark Airport offers convenient immigration facilities and baggage pickup, as well as easy access to the Manhattan area. Re-discover New York and a world of unique restaurants, music and cultural experiences in Brooklyn and Queens. Why not plan your next Big Apple experience?
United Airlines offers nonstop flights from 5 UK airports (London Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow and Edinburgh) to Newark Liberty International Airport with connections to more than 300 destinations across the Americas. Located just 15.3 miles from downtown Manhattan, Newark enables fast transfers to many parts of the city. Convenient free connections to the AirTrain are available from all three terminals, and the journey time to New York Penn Station in midtown Manhattan is only about 30 minutes.
Enjoy state-of-the-art facilities at Newark Liberty International Airport with 55 new dining venues designed by internationally acclaimed chefs, 6,000 Apple® iPads for customers to order drinks and amenities, automated passport control kiosks and 20,000 square feet of United Club℠ across 3 lounges located in Terminals A2, C1 and C3.
And you won’t just arrive at your destination, you’ll arrive refreshed thanks to United’s high levels of inflight comfort and personal service. From three-course meals in United Economy® to 180 degree flat-beds in United Polaris℠ business class, air travel is a pleasure.
Fly to Toronto with Air Canada
Or fly with Air Canada to the vibrant cosmopolitan city of Toronto where you’ll find something for everyone. In downtown, the CN Tower is a key attraction, offering visitors stunning views of the city and beyond. Or visit Kensington Market, a National Historic Site of Canada, and home to an eclectic mix of food shops and stalls. Alternatively, Toronto’s Distillery District, a pedestrian-only village and another National Historic Site.
Niagara Falls is a mere 70 mile drive from the city of Toronto when you can get ‘up close and personal’ with the Horseshoe Falls, or enjoy a unique view from below and behind the waters with Journey Behind the Falls. On the way back to Toronto visit the charming, picturesque town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, or one of the many Ontario-region wineries to sample the local wines, including the renowned Icewine.
Air Canada offers four daily non-stop services from London Heathrow to Toronto. On board choose between three cabins: International Economy, International Business or the newest addition, Premium Economy with a larger seat, extra legroom and increased baggage allowance. In addition, Air Canada Rouge summer seasonal services are available from London Gatwick, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow to Toronto, providing Economy and Premium Rouge cabins. And new for summer 2017, London Gatwick to Vancouver.
2017 is a landmark year for Canada! Not only is Air Canada celebrating its 80th anniversary, but also Canada celebrates 150 years of the Confederation so what better year than to explore the best of Canada’s natural and cultural heritage, with special activities taking place in Canada’s national parks and heritage spaces!
Number of onward connections includes destinations served by United Airlines, Inc. and United Express. Train time provided by the Port Authority of New Jersey website via NJ Transit to New York Penn Station- time is approximate and may vary. United Polaris travel features, including aircraft and airport configuration, may not be available in all markets and/or flights. Information correct as of May 2017.
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