Discover top Aerial Views of New York City, USA

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New York City from Above

AirVūz Social

New York City is one of the most visually stunning cities on earth. Check out some of the most visited locations in the Big Apple from above including the Brooklyn Bridge, 9/11 Memorial, World Trade Center, Statue of Liberty, Times Square and Central Park among other favorite tourist destinations in NYC!

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DJI Phantom 4 over looking the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City, my 9/11 Tribute

Sikview

The Brooklyn Bridge connects the New York City burroughs of Brooklyn and Manhattan over the East River.  Completed in 1883, the construction of the 1.8k meter (almost 6k ft) bridge was one of the most important events in the building of modern day New York.  In this video, creator Sikview flew a DJI Phantom 4 Professional drone over the bridge, providing us with a memorable bird's eye view of this immense structure.

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New York City, Hudson Yards, and Jersey City Lights 4K - Remastered

Majestic

Experience one of the world's most recognizable city skylines in this 4K drone video. New York City’s skyline is always growing and changing, but one thing remains the same: it always looks good at night. See all of New York lit up in this special video by contributor and drone pilot Majestic, who enjoys the distinction of being the very first winner of the AirVuz Drone Video of the Week contest.

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The Big Apple

bbloss

Contributor Bbloss hits a bulls-eye with this epic 60 second drone video of New York City.  It opens with some great aerial shots of the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges.  Given the difficulty of flying drones in New York, he mixes ground footage and aerial footage to give us some awesome footage of the Financial District, Times Square, and some epic time-lapse shots of the two historic East River bridges.  

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New York City Financial District (NYC Series Episode 1) | DJI MAVIC PRO

lleeyyooww

In this video, Lleeyyooww treats us to a great aerial look at New York City's Financial District in lower Manhattan.  This area was the target of the 9/11 attacks, which destroyed the World Trade Center towers that lay just west of the financial district.  The skyline of downtown has since been completely transformed, primarily due to the building of Freedom Tower and other buildings on the WTC site.  

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THIS IS QUEENS (Trailer) An Aerial Short by Kevin P. Coughlin

All Island Aerial

All Island Aerial treats us to this aerial tour of the New York City Borough of Queens, which lies just across the East River from Manhattan.  Most of the video is shot in the Flushing Meadows area of northern Queens.  Enjoy the birds eye views of the old World Fair site, Citi Field (home of the New York Mets), Forest Hills (site of the US Open tennis championship), the 59th St. Bridge over the East River, and more. 

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A Night in Coney Island

rememorales

New York City's Brooklyn borough, which sits across the East River from Lower Manhattan, is the city's largest by population.  It is perhaps best known for  the Coney Island Amusement Park, which lies in the southern part of the borough, near the Verrazano Bridge.  Contributor Remorales treats us to an aerial view of this park, which was the shooting location for the climactic final scene of the 1979 feature film The Warriors, a movie about gang warfare in New York City.

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Verrazano Bridge

LeonardJames

The Verrazano Bridge is a relatively recent addition to the transportation infrastructure of New York City.  It spans the Narrows, a stretch of water passing between the boroughs of Brooklyn and Staten Island.  When completed in 1964, the bridge provided Staten Island with its first direct access to the other boroughs.  In this video, conteibutor Leonard James flew a drone into the Narrows to film a freight ship passing under the mighty span.  

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This, is Staten Island

Matthew Chirico

Staten Island is the smallest of New York's five boroughs.  It lies  across New York Harbor from Manhattan, which is most easily accessible via the Staten Island Ferry.  It also connects to Brooklyn to its west via the Verrazano Bridge.  In this remarkable video, contributor Matthew Chirico used a drone to give us a look at this borough-island which became part of New York City in its 1898 consolidation.

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Diving Season

brooklynmark

Across the East River from Manhattan, Brooklyn always lacked some of its glamour.  In recent years though, Brooklyn has seen much more construction of high rise offices and residential buildings.  Contributor and FPV pilot BrooklynMark uses the Brooklyn waterfront as the backdrop for many of his videos; you will be amazed at how this part of New York looks when seen from the perspective of an FPV drone. 

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Queensboro bridge

NINJAONE

Contributor Ninjaone created this epic drone video of the Queensboro Bridge, a vital yet under-appreciated part of the infrastructure of New York City.  Also known as the 59th Street Bridge, it connects Midtown Manhattan with Queens over the East River.  The bridge was opened in 1909, the same year as the Manhattan Bridge, which connects Lower Manhattan to Brooklyn. 

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Chasing Trains In The Bronx New York City

Novice Quadcopters

The Bronx is the fourth largest borough of New York City, both in terms of population and land area.  Given its location between Manhattan and some of New York's largest suburban areas to the north, the Bronx is home to some of the most important transportation infrastructure in the city.  In this video, Novice Quadcopters gives us an aerial look at some of the commuter trains and highways that course through the borough. 

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NYC - MP2 View

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