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Cheap flights to London

London is the multi-cultural capital of United Kingdom and is considered as one of the major political, economic and cultural centers in the world. The British capital is considered as among the most beautiful cities in the world due to its amazing architecture which includes elements of Victorian, Georgian and contemporary influences. London is a city where the first parliamentary democracy started and exported to the world. It is a city which is rich in traditions, customs and culture and has seen the rise of Industrial age and glorious British Empire. London has also fair share of ups and down. It was bombed during the Second World War and survived fires and floods. 
Today, London is a city with a highly cosmopolitan outlook. The city has a rich collection of cultural heritages like Westminster Abbey, the Big Ben, the Tower of London, London Bridge and many more. It has some of the richest and wonderful museums in the world like London Museum, British Museum, Churchill War Rooms, Museum of London, Tate Modern, etc. Thames River flows in the city and often provides some of the best views of London. New contemporary attractions like London Eye, The Shard, The Gherkin and the Millennium Bridge adds a contemporary flavour to London’s existing skyline. Shakespeare Globe Theatre, Madame Tussauds, Oxford Street, London Zoo, Sea Life London Aquarium and Harrods are some of the highly popular attractions in the City. Leicester Square continues to be the glitzy and glamourous hub of the city. 
Fish and chips and national obsession for curry dishes are also evident in London in its several pubs, bars and restaurants. Football dominates the local sporting obsession as London host popular English Premier League clubs like Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, West Ham, Crystal Palace, etc. The English national sport of cricket is highly popular as it hosts Middlesex County Cricket Club and Surrey County Cricket Club at the two iconic venues of Lord’s and The Oval. 
London is one of the premier aviation hub in the world and has six major airports namely; London City Airport, Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Luton Airport, London Stansted Airport and London Southend Airport. London Heathrow Airport is the hub of official airline carrier British Airways and is also among the busiest airports in the world. London receives flights from all over the world and offers connections to several destinations with direct flights or connecting flights. Regional low-cost, no -frill airlines also cater to London along with several international flights. Flight to London are available globally from all the major international airports in the world. London flights are widely available online with the options of selecting from several international airlines. Cheap flights and best airfare deal to London are also available online along with price comparisons and easy flight bookings. 

London - Luton Airport


IATA Code- LTN  ICAO Code- EGGW

London - Luton Airport is a commercial airport that serves London and is located less than 3kms towards the Borough of Luton in Bedfordshire which is about 56kms from Central London. London - Luton Airport
 Is owned by Luton Borough Council and is operated under London Luton Airport Operations Ltd with shared ownership between Abertis and Aena. There were over 10.5 million passengers who travelled to and from London in 2014 by using London - Luton Airport and that makes the airport the 6th busiest commercial airport in the United Kingdom.
London - Luton Airport comprises of single (Category IIIB) asphalt paved runway measuring 2,162m/ 7,087ft long with an elevation of 160m/526ft above mean sea level. The airport primarily handles flight operations to and from the continent of Europe along with charter and regular/ scheduled flights to North Africa and some destinations in Asia with Budapest being the busiest destination out of London. The airport has 60 aircraft bays on the north side of the main terminal building. 
London - Luton Airport has a variety of facilities and services like International currency exchange counters, Internet access, retail outlets, Duty-Free Shopping area, Travel/tour desk, restaurants, café, lounge and many more to ensure a fun-filled travel experience for travelers passing in and out of London.

London - Gatwick Airport

IATA- LGW ICAO- EGKK

London - Gatwick Airport is a commercial airport that serves London and is located about 5kms from Crawley, West Sussex, Central London. London - Gatwick Airport is the second biggest and busiest airports in the United Kingdom, first being London Heathrow Airport. There is estimated passenger traffic of over 38 million people who travel in and out of Gatwick Airport. London - Gatwick Airport is hub for many airlines named British Airways, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Monarch Airlines, Virgin Atlantic and many more. The unique principals of Full service, Charter and low/no-frills models representations, make this airport extremely special.

London - Gatwick Airport comprises of 2 Asphalt paved runways measuring 2,565m/ 8415ft and 3,316m/ 10,879 ft. in length and is the busiest single-use runway in the world since it handles as many as 55 aircraft movements every hour.

London - Gatwick Airport has 2 terminals called North and South, both equipped with restaurants, shops, child care facilities, playing zones, video consoles, resting and relaxing lounges, business/ conference centres, Free Church, Prayer room, counselling rooms and many such services. With extensive improvisation, London - Gatwick Airport is expected to attract more passenger traffic every year.

London - Heathrow Airport

IATA- LHR  ICAO- EGLL

London - Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in the United Kingdom and is the 3rd busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic. Located in west London, Heathrow Airport is of a prime importance to the nation as it connects to almost all the continents and the major destinations of the world.

London - Heathrow Airport comprises of 2 Asphalt grooved runways measuring 3,902m/12,802ft and 3,660m/ 12,008 ft. in length with an elevation of 25m/83ft above mean sea level.

There are 4 terminals at London - Heathrow Airport out of which Terminal 1 was inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II in 1969 which is planned to get demolished soon. Terminal 2, also known as Queen’s Terminal has 52 shops and 17 restaurants and bars and ample car parking space. Terminal 3 handles long haul flight operations and can handle A-380 flights of Emirates and Quantas Airlines. This terminal is also to be demolished for further constructions. Terminal 4 is recently been ungraded with even better facilities and services for almost 45 airlines that operate here. Terminal 5 was inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II in 2008 and was voted Skytrax Best Airport Terminal in the World in 2014 with over 30 million passengers travelling out of London and over 100 shops and restaurants for their comfort.

IATA- STN  ICAO- EGSS

London - Stansted Airport is a commercial airport that serves London and is located in Stanstead Mountfitchet in the district of Uttlesford which is about 48kms towards northeast of Central London. London - Stansted Airport is owned by Manchester Airports Group and is operated under Stansted Airport Limited. The airport primarily handles most of the European Low-Cost Airlines like Ryan Air that flies to over 100 destinations from this airport in London. There are also some private companies like Harrods Aviation who operate some of their corporate jet flights from their own terminal at the airport.

London - Stansted Airport comprises of single asphalt grooved runway measuring 3,049m/10,003ft with an elevation of 106m/348ft above mean sea level. The tremendous flight movement makes this airport the 4th busiest airport in the UK. Due to extensive improvisation at the airport, there were over 24 million passengers who annually travelled out of London using this airport in 2007.

London - Stansted Airport is made of one passenger terminal on the village side with 3 passenger satellites and was designed by Foster Associates and has a got a unique Floating Roof and a Utility Pillar.

 

IATA Code- LTN  ICAO Code- EGGW

London - Luton Airport is a commercial airport that serves London and is located less than 3kms towards the Borough of Luton in Bedfordshire which is about 56kms from Central London. London - Luton Airport

 Is owned by Luton Borough Council and is operated under London Luton Airport Operations Ltd with shared ownership between Abertis and Aena. There were over 10.5 million passengers who travelled to and from London in 2014 by using London - Luton Airport and that makes the airport the 6th busiest commercial airport in the United Kingdom.

London - Luton Airport comprises of single (Category IIIB) asphalt paved runway measuring 2,162m/ 7,087ft long with an elevation of 160m/526ft above mean sea level. The airport primarily handles flight operations to and from the continent of Europe along with charter and regular/ scheduled flights to North Africa and some destinations in Asia with Budapest being the busiest destination out of London. The airport has 60 aircraft bays on the north side of the main terminal building.

London - Luton Airport has a variety of facilities and services like International currency exchange counters, Internet access, retail outlets, Duty-Free Shopping area, Travel/tour desk, restaurants, café, lounge and many more to ensure a fun-filled travel experience for travelers passing in and out of London.

IATA- LHR  ICAO- EGLL

London - Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in the United Kingdom and is the 3rd busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic. Located in west London, Heathrow Airport is of a prime importance to the nation as it connects to almost all the continents and the major destinations of the world.

London - Heathrow Airport comprises of 2 Asphalt grooved runways measuring 3,902m/12,802ft and 3,660m/ 12,008 ft. in length with an elevation of 25m/83ft above mean sea level.

There are 4 terminals at London - Heathrow Airport out of which Terminal 1 was inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II in 1969 which is planned to get demolished soon. Terminal 2, also known as Queen’s Terminal has 52 shops and 17 restaurants and bars and ample car parking space. Terminal 3 handles long haul flight operations and can handle A-380 flights of Emirates and Quantas Airlines. This terminal is also to be demolished for further constructions. Terminal 4 is recently been ungraded with even better facilities and services for almost 45 airlines that operate here. Terminal 5 was inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II in 2008 and was voted Skytrax Best Airport Terminal in the World in 2014 with over 30 million passengers travelling out of London and over 100 shops and restaurants for their comfort.

IATA- LGW ICAO- EGKK

London - Gatwick Airport is a commercial airport that serves London and is located about 5kms from Crawley, West Sussex, Central London. London - Gatwick Airport is the second biggest and busiest airports in the United Kingdom, first being London Heathrow Airport. There is estimated passenger traffic of over 38 million people who travel in and out of Gatwick Airport. London - Gatwick Airport is hub for many airlines named British Airways, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Monarch Airlines, Virgin Atlantic and many more. The unique principals of Full service, Charter and low/no-frills models representations, make this airport extremely special. 

London - Gatwick Airport comprises of 2 Asphalt paved runways measuring 2,565m/ 8415ft and 3,316m/ 10,879 ft. in length and is the busiest single-use runway in the world since it handles as many as 55 aircraft movements every hour.
 
London - Gatwick Airport has 2 terminals called North and South, both equipped with restaurants, shops, child care facilities, playing zones, video consoles, resting and relaxing lounges, business/ conference centres, Free Church, Prayer room, counselling rooms and many such services. With extensive improvisation, London - Gatwick Airport is expected to attract more passenger traffic every year.

IATA Code- LCY   ICAO Code- EGLC 

London - City Airport is an International commercial airport that serves London, UK and is operated under London City Airport Limited with shared owners between GIP and Highstar Capital. London - City Airport is located near the Royal Docks in Newham about 11kms away from City of London and also close to Canary Wharf. The two areas give highest amount of business to the airport. The airport is hub for British Airways and CityJet. 

London - City Airport comprises of a single concrete grooved runway measuring 1,508m/ 4,948 ft. long with an elevation of 6m/19ft above mean sea level. Although the airport is close to London Heathrow Airport, which is one of the busiest airports in the world, London - City Airport is said to be the 5th busiest airports in London Itself after handling over 3.6 million travellers. 

London - City Airport has a single passenger terminal with 2 floors. Ground floor is equipped with departure gates, check-in desks, other facilities like baggage and a staircase that connects to the upper floor. On the upper floor there is a waiting area and some shops.

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Arrival Airport:London Heathrow International Airport
Aircraft: Boeing 747, Airbus A320
Airline
IATA Code:LON
Area Served:London