The air distance from Sacramento, California, to New York City, New York, is 2,505 miles. That equals 4,031 kilometers or 2,176 nautical miles.
California is 3 hours behind New York City. So if it's 8:30 in California, then it's 11:30 in New York City.
Sacramento and New York (City?) are about 2800 miles apart.
6 hours 6 hours
Google Maps estimates the driving time as 45 hours.
its set 3 hours back so if its 7pm in LA California then in new york its 10pm
The cheapest flights to Sacramento, California fly out of Austin, Texas, Atlanta, Georgia, Las Vegas, Nevada, Los Angeles, California, New York City, New York, and Boston Massachusetts. Fares will vary depending on time of day and year, and day of the week, among other factors.
California is not ahead of New York, it is behind New York. The difference is 3 hours.
Sacramento, CA (SAC) to New York, NY (NYC) Shortest Flight Duration: 5 hours 5 mins
Both New York City and New York state are three hours ahead of the state of California time wise. This never changes, regardless of changes with Daylight Savings Time.
That would depend entirely on your starting point. For instance, LA is closer to Sacramento, but further from New York City. However, Boston is closer to New York City, but further from Sacramento.
NYC is three hours behind California - so the time would be 10.00.
About 4 or 5 months, with luck.
About 43 hours of driving time.
It takes probably about 5 or 6 and a half hours
The time difference between New York and California is 3 hours. California is 3 hours behind so it would be 5pm if in California if it were 8pm in New York.
NYC to Sacramento is a little over 2800 miles.
About six hours, more or less, depending on which airport is used at origin and destination.
New York is 3 hours earlier.
The flight time from New York to California is about 5.5 hours.
The flight from California to New York is 5 hours long.
South Dakota and South Carolina are U.S. states. Sacramento is the capital city in California. Santa Fe is the capital city in New Mexico. Syracuse, New York; San Francisco, California; and Seattle, Washington are U.S. cities.