The total distance from New York, NY to London, United Kingdom is 3,471 miles.
This is equivalent to 5 586 kilometers or 3,016 nautical miles.
Your trip begins in New York, New York.
It ends in London, United Kingdom.
Your flight direction from New York, NY to London, United Kingdom is Northeast (51 degrees from North).
The distance calculator helps you figure out how far it is to fly from New York, NY to London, United Kingdom. It does this by computing the straight line flying distance ("as the crow flies"). It uses the great circle formula to compute the total travel mileage.
If you like a full breakfast in London you may want to find a bed and breakfast place that serves just that. A bed and breakfast is one of the best ways to experience life in London like a local.
Usually a full breakfast is not served during the weekdays. But Bonnington Square BnB serves full breakfast everyday. Some places serve full breakfast upon request like Tara’s London BnB. Full breakfast includes eggs, bacon, sausages, mushrooms and tomatoes. You have a choice of cereals, fruit, yogurt, fruit juice, toast with preserve and honey. Also included are tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
An afternoon tea experience is another way to learn more about the English tradition. You don’t have to stay at a bed and breakfast to enjoy an afternoon tea. Afternoon tea experiences are available throughout London especially in hotels and teahouses.
These days you can experience it on an afternoon tea cruise along the River Thames too with recorded commentary- a perfect combination of sightseeing and afternoon tea experience in London.
Travelmath provides an online flight distance calculator to get the distance between cities. You can also compare all types of locations including airports, cities, states, countries, or zip codes to find the distance between any two points. The database uses the latitude and longitude of each location to calculate distance using the great circle distance formula. The calculation is done using the Vincenty algorithm and the WGS84 ellipsoid model of the Earth, which is the same one used by most GPS receivers. This gives you the flying distance "as the crow flies." Find your flight distances quickly to estimate the number of frequent flyer miles you'll accumulate. Or ask how far is it between cities to solve your homework problems. You can lookup U.S. cities, or expand your search to get the world distance for international trips.