Buffalo Flights Guide
Located in beautiful western New York, Buffalo is the state’s second-largest city after New York City with an estimated population of approximately 261,000 residents. The area was first settled around 1789, when a small trading community was established along Buffalo Creek. A few of Buffalo’s main attractions and things to do include Shea’s Performing Arts Center, the stunning architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin D. Martin House Complex, Kleinhans Music Hall and the Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park.
Buffalo also has many interesting museums, art galleries, historic buildings and iconic landmarks; one of the most well-known is Buffalo City Hall, an Art Deco beauty built in 1931 with 32-stories and was once one of the tallest buildings in the country. Another iconic Buffalo landmark is the Guaranty/Prudential Building; designed by the famed Chicago firm of Adler & Sullivan, the Guaranty Building was built in 1896 and a prime example of American architecture. Also be sure to visit the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, which is a gallery/museum showcasing modern and contemporary art pieces, most notably of Ken Price and Anselm Kiefer. Other of Buffalo’s top attractions are the Wilcox Mansion-Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site, the Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens, and Delaware Park, considered the “jewel of Buffalo”.
Once you’ve enjoyed some of the city’s cultural icons, make brunch or dinner reservations at one of the fine dining restaurants Buffalo has to offer; Lombardo Ristorante offers delicious Italian fare in a stunning, elegant atmosphere (be sure to try the famous Banaofee Pie). Other must-try venues include The Left Bank (an eclectic restaurant offering contemporary fusion cuisine), Osteria 166 (fantastic Italian dishes), Romeo & Juliet’s Bakery & Café (Buffalo residents love having lunch at this place), and try fresh sushi at Sea Bar City.
Buffalo has a great shopping scene as well; be sure to check out Boulevard Mall on Alberta Drive; Northtown Plaza on Sheridan Drive; the Elmwood Village Shopping Strip; West Side Bazaar; Broadway Market; and also visit the shops along Hertel Avenue in North Buffalo.
Getting around Buffalo is a breeze, with so many different types of transportation available; you can take public transit in the city center (bus lines, a metro rail system, a single line light rail system), use the intercity rail, take one of several major highways, or fly into the city via the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, located in Cheektowaga.
Flights to Buffalo
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Buffalo Travel Facts
- Buffalo, USA connects to 38 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Buffalo is 191 miles to Cleveland on Continental Airlines.
- The longest flight from Buffalo is 1977 miles to Las Vegas on .
- Continental Airlines fly to 8 destinations including Washington from Buffalo.
- fly to 7 destinations including Tampa from Buffalo.
- US Airways fly to 6 destinations including Washington from Buffalo.
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Buffalo Airlines & Flight Schedules
- Continental Airlines fly from Buffalo to Chicago and 8 other cities including Washington.
- US Airways fly from Buffalo to Boston and 6 other cities including Washington.
- JetBlue Airways fly from Buffalo to Boston and 5 other cities including Orlando.
- United Airlines fly from Buffalo to Charlotte and 5 other cities including Washington.
- Delta Air Lines fly from Buffalo to Atlanta and 4 other cities including New York.
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