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Airports in London

The two busiest airports serving London, England are Heathrow and Gatwick Airports. This major business hub and tourist destination sees millions of visitors come through its airports annually.


Heathrow Airport

Heathrow Airport is the main airport serving London. It has five terminals and travelers will find that there are a number of amenities to make time spent there more pleasant, such as a number of shops and restaurants, porter service and playrooms for babies and young children.

From Heathrow, you can take the Express train to Paddington station. One-way adult fares start at £22.00 and online booking is available. The London Underground Piccadilly Line goes to Heathrow Airport as well, and this is probably the most economical way to get there.

The Airport has an Underground station for Terminals 2 and 3, one for Terminal 4 and one for Terminal 5. Tickets are available at all stations. Cash fare to central London (Zone 1) is £6.00, and a one-day Travel card with unlimited travel in Zones 1-6 is £18.10.


Gatwick Airport

Gatwick is situated approximately 25 miles from the city center. It has two terminals, and is equipped with restaurants and lounges to make a traveller’s stay as comfortable as possible. One of the most efficient ways to get to Gatwick Airport is by rail. Gatwick Express offers a premium service to London Victoria running every 15 minutes. The trip takes about 30 minutes.  Prices start at £27.40. The cost to take a taxi from Gatwick to central London starts at £22.50 per person, assuming four people are sharing a ride.


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