Flights to New York from Perth Australia
Do you want to book an Australia to New York flight? Take a look at this page to find out necessary and useful information on Perth airport.
Perth Airport (PER)
Perth Airport serves the largest and capital city of Western Australia. It is the fourth busiest airport in Australia, and currently has four terminals. Currently, there are no airlines operating regular direct flights to New York from Perth. This means you will have at least one stopover during your flight. From Perth airport, several airlines operate flights to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR).
Please find below a list of airlines operating flights from Perth Airport to New York:
|Airline||Direct flight / stopover||Destination|
|Air Canada||2 stopovers at Sydney (SYD) and Vancouver International (YVR)||Newark|
|Air New Zealand||2 stopovers at Auckland International (AKL) and Los Angeles International (LAX)||Newark|
|ANA||1 stopover at Tokyo Narita (NRT) or 2 stopovers at Tokyo Narita (NRT) and San Francisco International (SFO)||JFK/Newark|
|British Airways||2 stopovers at Singapore Changi (SIN) and London Heathrow (LHR)||JFK|
|Cathay Pacific||1 stopover at Hong Kong International (HKG)||JFK/Newark|
|Emirates||1 stopover at Dubai (DXB) or 2 stopovers at Singapore Changi (SIN) and Dubai (DXB)||JFK/Newark|
|Etihad Airways||2 stopovers at Brisbane (BNE) and Abu Dhabi International (AUH)||JFK|
|Finn Air||2 stopovers at Hong Kong International (HKG) and Helsinki Vantaa (HEL)||JFK|
|Iberia||2 stopovers at Melbourne Tullamarine (MEL) and Los Angeles International (LAX) or Sydney (SYD) and Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW)||JFK/Newark|
|Lufthansa||2 stopovers at Singapore Changi (SIN) and Frankfurt am Main (FRA) or Sydney (SYD) and Los Angeles International (LAX)||JFK/Newark|
|Qantas||2 stopovers at Melbourne Tullamarine (MEL) and San Francisco International (SFO||JFK/Newark|
|Qatar Airlines||1 stopover at Hamad International (DOH) or 2 stopovers at Hamad International (DOH) and Boston Logan International (BOS)||JFK/Newark|
|Singapore Airlines||2 stopovers at Singapore Changi (SIN) and Frankfurt am Main (FRA)||JFK|
|South African Airways||1 stopover at Johannesburg O.R. Tambo (JNB)||JFK|
|SWISS||2 stopovers at Singapore Changi (SIN) and Zurich (ZRH)||JFK/Newark|
|Virgin Australia||2 stopovers at Sydney (SYD) and Los Angeles International (LAX)||JFK|
The average flight time from Perth to New York is a little over 24 hours. However, this can vary due to the amount of stopovers scheduled.
New York uses the Eastern Standard Time (EST), and the Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) during the summer. Whereas Perth does not observe daylight saving time (DST). For most of the year, Perth is 12 hours ahead of New York. However, winter time in New York clocks go back one hour (on the night of Saturday the 31st October and Sunday the 1st of November). This means, between the 4th of October and the 1st of November 2020, there will be a time difference of 11 hours. You can read more about the time difference between Australia and New York here.
Price for a Flight Perth – New York (PER)
Currently, direct flights are not offered from Perth to New York. You will have at least one stopover, depending on the airline you fly with. The price of airline tickets to New York changes depending on the time of year. If you book on time and avoid travelling during busier months then you can find return tickets from around A$1,300 from Perth Airport. Flexibility is also a key to save money on flights.
The most expensive periods are the summer months and end of year (with the holiday season including Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve) in New York. To get the best rates, I advise trying to book your flight at least 6 months in advance.
Directions to the airport
There are several ways to get to Perth Airport. Remember to check your itinerary carefully, before you depart for the airport to make sure you go to the right terminal.
There are four terminals at Perth Airport – T1, T2, T3 and T4 – located at two terminal precincts that are separated by a short, 15 minute drive: the T1/T2 precinct and the T3/T4 precinct.
|Terminal 1 (T1) International||Most International Services|
|Terminal 2 (T2)||Alliance Airlines (regional services)
Tigerair (interstate services)
Virgin Australia (most regional services)
Regional Express Airlines (regional services)
|Terminal 3 (T3) / Terminal 4 (T4)||Qantas (international, interstate and regional services)
Jetstar (interstate and regional services)
You can find more information on how to get to the airport below:
- Car: the fastest way to get from Perth City Centre to the airport is via National Highway 94. This journey should take around 25 minutes depending on traffic.
- Taxis: these are on hand 24/7 to pick up arriving passengers and it’s roughly a short, 20 minute ride from Perth’s city centre. The main taxi service providers in Perth are Black & White Cabs and Swan Taxis.
- Public transport: Transperth operates regular bus services between Perth Airport, Perth City and other local centres. You can plan your journey on public transport using their Journey Planner.
Perth Airport offers several options for securely parking your car such as short term, long term, valet and economical parking. Go to Perth Airport website to book a parking space.
Perth Airport Map
It can be difficult finding your way around when travelling so to make it a little easier, I have included the airport map below. Click on the picture to enlarge.
Image source: Perth Airport
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