London airports

London has three major airports:

  • London Heathrow
  • London Gatwick
  • London Luton.

London Heathrow

Heathrow is one of the largest airports in the world. In fact, until early 2015 London Heathrow airport was the busiest airport for international traffic (Dubai is the busiest airport now). The airport is used by 90 airlines and 170 destinations. When you plan your trip, and if you have a meeting to attend, or a connecting plane to catch, make sure to allow enough time to move within the airport or to exit the airport: Heathrow is big, and even though there are directions and information signs everywhere, moving between terminals or getting to Heathrow Express platform might take some time.

For flight information, a guide to Heathrow shopping and restaurants as well as the latest Heathrow news, please visit London Heathrow website.

For information about transportation from London Heathrow, please check these options.

London Gatwick

London Gatwick is the second busiest airport in the United Kingdom and one of the busiest airports in Europe. It offers convenient transportation to Central London via Gatwick Express or by bus. For more information about getting to and from London Gatwick airport, please click here.

For latest Gatwick news, flight arrivals and departures schedule, information about shopping and restaurants at the airport, please visit London Gatwick website.

London Luton

Luton is an international airport and mostly services low-cost airlines on European routes. You can get from Luton to London via rail or bus. For more information about the airport, please visit London Luton Airport official website.