New York City has bounced back in a big way from the devastation brought by Hurricane Sandy just a few weeks ago. Now is a great time to support friends and local businesses in the Big Apple by planning a visit.

Cheap Flights to New York City

Assuming you do not run into the Wet Bandits as they try to rob a toy store, New York City is a great place to spend the holidays. Visit the massive Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center, marvel at the window displays at Macy’s on 34th Street or shop for gifts along Fifth Avenue.

Several of these fares are part of advertised sales from JetBlue and American that end today, so book ASAP.

Click on the Low Fare Calendar Links below to find the cheapest dates to travel to New York City (R/T incl. Tax) from:

Other Flight Deals

There were some epic fare wars over the past week, with several major carriers battling for the lowest price to popular destinations across the continental United States as well as Hawaii.

Click on the Low Fare Calendar Links below for more information about these deals:

Note: All of the above deals are available in the opposite direction, so be sure to search.

Airberlin Sale Fares to Europe

airberlin Top Flight Deals for Nov. 14: The Big Apple is Back

Airbus A320 (Courtesy airberlin)

Having just returned from an amazing 10-day trip with airberlin, I am eager to get back to Europe. There are some great fares from airberlin to Germany and other places I visited along the way:

Fly.com Updates

Here are a few ways to keep current on the latest deals from Fly.com:

Featured Image: Christmas at Rockefeller Center (Andrew F. Kazmierski / Shutterstock.com)

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Matt is an airfare deal hunter, whose amazing finds have been published in AM New York and NYTimes.com. He currently calls New York City home, but frequents Europe and the Middle East. His travels last year took him to Stockholm for $150 and Barcelona for $250 roundtrip, including taxes.

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