Fall in love with Autumn in New York
There’s nothing you can’t do. Now you’re in New York. These streets will make you feel brand new. Big lights will inspire you. Hear it from New York, New York, New York!
Any plans for Autumn? What about New York City? A year-round destination and autumn being among its best, with blue skies, cool sunshine, ideal for putting on comfortable shoes and simply discover! See New York’s changing colors, the leaves in Central Park turning a beautiful golden red! Insider tip is to head to the Harlem Meer area of the park to see the gingko trees turning bright yellow. New York stages more compelling events and exhibitions now than at any other time of year.
Autumn in New York, so much to see and do!
Get your skates on and experience the ice rink at Rockefeller Centre, open from October till April. Or join the Halloween Parade through Greenwich Village. About 50,000 people participate in the parade and any person with a costume can march. The parade route is along Sixth Avenue from Spring Street to 16th Street. The parade begins at 7 pm on October 31st.
Where better to experience the spirit of Thanksgiving then viewing the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, one of the most extravagant celebrations in the entire country. The parade route begins at 77th Street and Central Park West and ends at 7th Avenue and 34th Street. Or start the holidays with a visit to the lightning of the tree at Rockefeller Centre. The 2018 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree will be lit for the first time on Wednesday, November 28,
More into sports?
Actually it’s not really about the game; it’s about being surrounded by real New Yorkers, eating real New York hot dogs and having an ice cold beer. You might be able to catch a home game at one of the baseball stadiums. Depending on how the Yanks and the Mets are doing in the post-season, you can choose between Yankee Stadium or Citi Field.
Autumn in New York is for Running. The TCS New York City Marathon, is held on the first Sunday in November and runs through the five boroughs of the city.
No trip to New York City is complete without experiencing some of its world-class cultural institutions. Museum Mile, located of Fifth Avenue, from East 82nd to East 105th Streets, is a good place to visit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Neue Galerie, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the National Academy Museum & School, Cooper Hewitt, National Design Museum, the Jewish Museum, the Museum of the City of New York and El Museo del Barrio.
New York is for everybody
In NYC, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Gotham city draws millions of tourists with its renowned art museums, famous New York attractions—and let’s not forget the long list of bars and restaurants in NYC.
Romantic or adventurous, everybody imagines the city at this time of year as the most brilliant place of all just to walk around and marvel. Stop at a nice bakery or wine bar along the way and enjoy New York’s neighborhoods this fall.
Private Jet Flights and Airport Options for New York
One of the most frequently flown routes among private jet charter customers is between New York City and South Florida. Clients prefer to fly privately from New York to for example Miami to save time and reach their destination with ease.
With more then 10 airports in total, the New York City area offers a wide choice of possible airports for private aviation and with 28 FBOs in total across New York City’s airports you can wait relaxed on your flight incase of unexpected delay.
The most popular private jet airports in New York City are:
- Teterboro Airport
- Westchester County Airport
- LaGuardia Airport
Privaira has it’s own base at New York City’s most convenient private jet hub Teterboro Airport. Just on the other side of the Hudson River it offers a short driving time into Manhattan.
Due to its payload restrictions Teterboro Airport only accepts business jets and no commercial airliners securing the premium spot as New York City’s private jet hub and no danger of delays due to commercial flight arriving or departing.