How to Get There From the United States and Canada
BY AIR: There is daily service between New York City and at least one city in every state of the union as well as from Toronto and Montreal. Major U.S. cities are linked with New York by hourly non-stop flights during the day.
Reduced excursion fares or Freedom Fares are in effect between major cities and New York: you must pay for your ticket at least 7 days before departure and stay away past one Sunday morning. These fares are best for short trips. For Super Saver Fares tickets must be paid for w 30 days before departure, with a minimum stay of 7 days (maximum 45 h days).
E Travelling between Monday and Thursday is often less expensive.
Your travel agent will be able to provide information on special tours h which include hotel accommodation.
BY CAR: The least expensive way for two or more people to reach New York City is by car. Interstate 80. from Sacramento to New York crosses Chicago and Pennsylvania. The southern route is Interstate 40 or the more familiar Route 66 from the southwest through Arkansas and Tennessee to join Interstates 81 and 95 from the South.
Motorists from Canada would use Interstate 87 from Montreal.