New York City is a prominent gateway into the United States. A dream city for many, New York attracts travelers from different parts of the world. Blessed with abundant beauty, the Statue of Liberty adorns the city and shines gracefully in the turquoise waters. No matter the season, travelers defy the bitter cold and light up the city even in harsh winter season. Though there are many places of interest here, some of the most popular names include Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, and Times Square. Lagos on the other hand, is the capital city of Nigeria and a prominent city in the African nation. A city growing at rapid pace, there are many attractions here. Of the many present here, most famous names include Lagos Island, Victoria Island, Nigerian National Museum, and Ikoyi.
The approximate distance between New York City and the African city is approximately 5,272 miles. It takes about 11 hours, 3 minutes to fly from the U.S. city to Lagos. Several airlines operate flights on this city pair. Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Etihad, British Airways, and KLM are a few airlines that fly on this sector.
New York City consists of three main airports namely New York John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK), New York Newark Airport (EWR), and New York La Guardia Airport (LGA). John F Kennedy International Airport is the city’s most popular and one of the world’s busiest airports. This airport has eight terminals and it is the main hub for airlines like Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, and American Airlines. Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS) serves the city of Lagos and receives international flights. Established in the year 1947, the airport was originally named as Lagos International Airport.