London Airports

RAF Northolt Airport (NHT)

RAF Northolt Airport (NHT)

London Southend Airport (SEN)

London Southend Airport (SEN)

London Stansted Airport (STN)

London Stansted Airport (STN)

London Gatwick Airport (LGW)

London Gatwick Airport (LGW)

London City Airport (LCY)

London City Airport (LCY)

London Luton Airport (LTN)

London Luton Airport (LTN)

London Heathrow Airport (LHR)

London Heathrow Airport (LHR)

Whether you a professional traveler or it is your first time – any flight begins and ends at the airport. That is way it is important to get all useful information about the airport of the city you are going to.

London is a huge city, visited by millions of tourists either for sightseeing or just as transit passengers. Therefore, so many London airports, which take international flights where build – Luton airport, Heathrow airport, London city airport, Gatwick airport, Stansted airport, Northolt airport, Southend airport. Just imagine, only the biggest London airport Heathrow serves more than 100 thousands of passengers per day.
If your flight runs through one of London airports you should definitely take a look on our website, where you can find exact major information. So, just in case if your flight is delayed and you need to find where to kill time.

Seven the most popular London airports

Home not only for British Airways and to 79 others airlines, Heathrow airport has 5 terminals and covers an area of 1,227 hectares. You can get to 185 cities the most popular among are New York, Dubai, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, Dublin.

London Gatwick Airport takes the second place after Heathrow for passenger’s acceptance. But still you can get to 90 counties from here. A significant advantage of the Gatwick airport is that it has its own railway station –Gatwick Express which can bring you to the central London in 28 minutes.

Third-busiest airport in London is Stansted Airport. Situated approximately the same distance from London as Luton airport it serves over 150 destinations, in top are Dublin, Alicante, Malaga, Rome. The advantages include the fact that it can allow VIP aircrafts to land.

London Luton airport is on the fourth place for its territory and on the fifth place for passenger’s acceptance. It takes the main position in serving the low cost airlines.

One actually located in the heart of the city is London city airport. Because of its location no large aircraft are permitted to land but still you can get to many European cities such as Santorini, Rome, Paris, Madrid, Ibiza etc. Choosing London city airport you get quick access – 22 minutes to financial district of London – the City and 30 minutes to main attractions in central London.

London Southend Airport is located father than other airports but it plays also an important role in international flights connections. You can book a flight to Venice, Lapland, Caen, Berlin, Amsterdam.

The Royal Air Force Northolt airport is just 6 miles away from Heathrow airport. It was opened 95 years ago and now represents aviation history. Providing security to the London Olympic Games this airport became the home to Typhoon fast jets that were used as defenders of London and its visitors during the Games.