The small Stewart International Airport, located in rural New York State, entered the low-cost traveler's radar in mid-2017 when low-cost airline Norwegian announced the opening of routes to Ireland and Scotland. Those routes have long since been cancelled, but Stewart Airport continues to serve as an alternative entry point to New York City.
The airport is currently used by Allegiant Air for approximately 5 domestic routes. International services from Keflavik, Iceland are operated by PLAY and seasonal services from the Faroe Islands are available through Atlantic Airways.
The airport is located near the city of Newburgh, about 100 km north of New York City.
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