All you need to know about London’s different airports.


London is one of the biggest cities in the world, and its airport system is just as big. There are a lot of options when it comes to flying into or out of London, so it’s important that you know which ones will be best suited for your particular needs. Usually the Heathrow airports are used mostly for international travels and the other city airports of England are used for travels within the UK or to Europe. Quick and cheap flights from Luton, Gatwick or Stansted Airport might be more suitable given that it has direct flights with budget airlines such as Ryanair and EasyJet – not just within Europe but also across America too! 

For easy access to London airports, book yourself an ideal accommodation near Hyde Park. From here you can access the Heathrow Express for Heathrow airport or take other tubes and train connections 

London City Airport

London City Airport is located in the Docklands area of London. It has been voted as the UK’s best airport for customer satisfaction, and it’s easy to see why: it only takes 20 minutes by train from London City Airport to Canary Wharf. As such, this airport makes a great choice if you are travelling on business or need to get straight into the heart of London with ease. You can book a hotel near Oxford Street London and easily get to the London City Airport from there. 

The airport flies to many destinations across Europe and North America and has year-round flights to New York City (JFK), Philadelphia (PHL), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), San Francisco (SFO) as well as seasonal routes to other major cities like Miami International Airport – MIA; Toronto Pearson International Airport – YYZ; Montréal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport – YUL; Calgary International Airport CYYC

Heathrow Airport

Heathrow Airport

If you’re planning to travel within Europe or other continents around the world, then Heathrow is your best bet. The airport is located right outside of London, with trains and buses connecting the city centre with all major train stations. In addition to this convenient access, Heathrow also has more than 150 destinations available through its three terminals. It’s the busiest airport in the world—so expect lots of crowds and traffic when going through security checkpoints. If you have booked a stay near Hyde Park then you can enjoy a selection of great restaurants at Hyde Park

Luton Airport

The next airport to consider is Luton Airport. If you’re planning to fly into the UK and continue your journey by train, it’s important to note that Luton is a regional airport and doesn’t have any direct train service into London. However, there are several trains that stop at Bedford station only three miles away from Luton Airport.

Gatwick Airport

Gatwick Airport

London Gatwick Airport is located in the London Borough of Crawley within the county of West Sussex. It’s the second busiest airport in the United Kingdom after Heathrow, with over 50 million passengers annually. The airport serves a total of 230 destinations across Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific and North America. 

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Stansted Airport

If you’re planning to spend your time in London, Stansted Airport is the best option for you. It’s located just north of London and is connected to the city by rail, bus and taxi services. You can find most amenities at the airport including restaurants and shops as well as currency exchange desks for those last minute purchases before leaving England. Located in Essex County just outside Colchester town centre, Stansted offers flights both domestically and internationally.

There are many ways to get around London, so you should use the information in this article to help you pick the best airport for your trip. The most central and ideal place to book a stay are the hotels in Hyde Park. We hope that this guide helps you make an informed decision about where your next adventure will begin!