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As a gateway to the UK, London benefits from a superb global airline network. It is served by five international airports, which together bring direct inbound flights to London from 140 different destinations each year.

As a gateway to the UK, London benefits from a superb global airline network. It is served by five international airports, which together bring direct inbound flights to London from 140 different destinations each year.

Travelling by Plane

Heathrow Airport

Heathrow Express (4 non-stop trains an hour), Heathrow Connect (Tube), the Piccadilly line (Tube) or the famous ‘black cab’ are all travel options from/to central London.

Gatwick Airport

London Gatwick is the second largest airport in the UK and the sixth busiest international airport in the world. The center of London can be reached in just 3 minutes by the Gatwick Express train to Victoria station.

Luton Airport

London Luton is the 7th largest airport in the UK. 76 per cent of passengers are on international flights covering more than 60 destinations. The centre of London can be reached in just 45 minutes by direct trains to St. Pancras, Farringdon and London Blackfriars stations.

Stansted Airport

London Stansted is the city’s third international gateway. It is one of Europe’s fastest growing airports. The center of London can be reached in just 45 minutes by the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street station.

City Airport

London City serves 29 destinations and 14 airlines, and is can be reached in 25 minutes.


Travelling by Train

Eurostar Trains

The Eurostar arrives and departs several times a day from points in France and Brussels to the centrally located Kings Cross St. Pancras station.


Comprehensive travel information can be found on Visit London's official website.