There are five airports serving London: Heathrow, Stansted, Luton, Gatwick and London City Airport. They are scattered around the outskirts of the city and getting into London from each of the airports gives several transportation options. This website will provide you with all the information you need to get into London’s city centre from any of the five airports in London. Choose your arrival airport and preferred mode of transport from the menu on the left to find out more details about how to get from that airport to London. You can also find cheap London hotels on Expedia.com to stay on budget during your stay in the city.
Gatwick is 45km south of London and is the city’s second busiest airport and is also one of the most well-connected.
Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in the world for itnernational passengers and is located 22km west of London.
London City Airport
The smallest of all of London’s airports, it is also the closest to the city, less than 10 kilometers to the centre of London.
Luton Airport is located in Bedforshire, 56km north of Central London and is fifth busiest airport in the UK.
Located about 48km northeast of London, Stansted Airport is a major hub for budget airlines including easyjet and Ryanair.