As a vibrant global centre for art, culture, fashion and finance, New York offers endless avenues for visitors to explore. From the bustle of Wall Street to the hidden speakeasy bars, this destination has something for everyone and United Airlines provides the best way of getting there.
From Glasgow Airport, United offers Summer to Newark Liberty International Airport – so this summer why not explore the Big Apple.
Famed as the city that never sleeps, you won’t want to waste a moment of your NYC experience; located just 25km from downtown Manhattan, Newark Liberty airport offers the fastest surface transfer journeys to many parts of the city, including the AirTrain service to New York Penn Station in midtown Manhattan, with a journey time of less than 30 minutes. Before you know it you’ll be heading up the Empire State Building or taking your seat at the latest show on Broadway.
With United, Scottish customers can fly to New York in style with United Polaris the airline offers industry-leading premium products including a seats that reclines 180 degrees into a lie-flat bed and features a personal on-demand entertainment system as well as laptop power and USB ports. Premium customers can also enjoy a multi-course meal accompanied by sommelier selected wines, duvet-style blankets and refreshing Cowshed skin-care products.
All customers in United Economy can enjoy complimentary beer and wine with a new, high-quality inflight dining service, whilst United Economy Plus offers up to six inches of extra legroom.
Not only does United’s service from Glasgow provide travellers with a direct link to this iconic U.S. city, it also offers easy connections beyond New York to some of the most exciting destinations across the U.S. via United’s unparalleled network, including Las Vegas, Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
So whether you want to view masterpieces at The Metropolitan Museum of Art or just take in the NYC skyline by night from the Brooklyn Bridge, United provides fast, convenient flights from Glasgow to get you there this summer.