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Flights to Syracuse

Get straight to the heart of New York

Our flights to Syracuse invite you to discover the story behind Salt City in New York’s heartland. It may not be as glamorous as Manhattan or as boisterous as Buffalo, but Syracuse has enjoyed a wealth of success bound up in the railroad, Erie Canal, and the salt trade. These industries have since diminished, but in their wake they’ve left snapshot remnants of their former glory, including striking period architecture and historic museums.

These days the real star of Syracuse is its beer industry, which makes it the sixth best US city for drinking according to the Huffington Post. Your craft-beer drinking habits needn’t cost an arm and a leg with our affordable flights to Syracuse.

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Explore Syracuse

Beer o'clock

Officially recognised as part of New York’s Brew Central, Syracuse has a thriving brewing history dating back to 1800. Take a guided tour around the local breweries and microbreweries – or head straight for the tasting room.

Sporting stars

If you’re a sports fan, a visit to the Carrier Dome is a must. It's the home of the Syracuse University Orange NCAA Division I football, basketball and lacrosse teams and is the largest domed stadium in the Northeast with a whopping 50,000 seats.

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Local information

Flight information

Fly with our partner Delta Air Lines to Syracuse Hancock International Airport.

Visa information

Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need.

Local currency

The currency in Syracuse is the US Dollar (USD).

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Local transport

Centro provides bus services around the city. But you'll need to get a taxi to the airport from the Regional Transportation Center.

Time difference

Syracuse is 5 hours behind London (GMT).


The electricity supply is 120 volts in Syracuse. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.