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Flights to London

Flights to London from the USA

Which London airport do flights land in?

London has six airports, with international flights most commonly landing at the London City Airport, Heathrow, Gatwick, and Stansted.

Are there direct flights between the US and London?

There are frequent direct flights between several cities in the US and London.

How long is the flight from the US to London?

A direct flight between New York and London takes about seven and a half hours.

What is the time difference between the US and London?

London is five hours ahead of New York time.

Which airlines fly to London from the US?

Norwegian, Virgin Atlantic and Icelandair fly direct between New York and London. Norwegian flies direct between Los Angeles and London. Virgin Atlantic and Turkish Airlines fly direct to London from Boston. Iberia and Air Canada fly direct to London from Philadelphia. Virgin Atlantic and Icelandair fly direct between Washington and London. Iberia, Turkish Airlines and Finnair fly direct from Chicago and Houston to London. Virgin Atlantic and SAS fly direct between San Francisco and London. Delta and United fly direct to London from Atlanta. Finnari, United and British Airways fly direct to London from Orlando. British Airways and Icelandair fly direct to London from Seattle. British Airways, Air Canada and Finnair fly direct between Dallas and London. Virgin Atlantic and United fly direct from Miami to London. Finnair and Icelandair fly direct to London from Denver. Air France, United and Delta fly direct between Detroit and London. Virgin Atlantic and United fly direct to London from Las Vegas. There are also direct and indirect flights to London from a number of other cities in the US.


Airports in London

London City Airport(LCY)

The airport is situated at the Royal Docks, 10 miles (16km) from the West End.

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London Gatwick Airport(LGW)

The airport is situated 28 miles (45km) south of London.

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London Heathrow Airport(LHR)

The airport is situated 15 miles (24km) west of London.

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London Luton Airport(LTN)

The airport is situated 32 miles (52km) northwest of London.

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London Stansted Airport(STN)

The airport is situated 34 miles (55km) northeast of London.

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Southampton International Airport(SOU)

The airport is located in Hampshire, a few miles outside of Southampton,

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