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Flights from London Heathrow

Cheap flights from London Heathrow Airport

London Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in Europe and one of the busiest in the world. Served by most of the world's major airlines, you can find direct flights from London Heathrow to hundreds of international destinations. Because this is such a large and busy airport, it is an ideal place for starting your dream holiday. Skyscanner's Everywhere search will help you find all of the exciting destinations you can reach by flying out of London Heathrow Airport.

What options are available?

London Heathrow is the primary hub of British Airways, one of the world's largest airlines, and the main operating base for Virgin Atlantic. Hundreds of flights operate out of London Heathrow each day, both to domestic and international destinations. While it is easy to reach any destination in the U.K. from London Heathrow, the airport is primarily a starting point for international service. If you are looking for a low-cost carrier serving domestic destinations then you may have better luck searching at one of London's secondary airports.

Where is popular to go?

The busiest route served by London Heathrow is to New York City, with dozens of flights departing for the Big Apple from London Heathrow everyday. If you are looking to experience the sun and excitement of Dubai then you're in luck as flights to the Middle Eastern city from London Heathrow are numerous. Perhaps you're looking for a shorter flight just to get away for the weekend? Then flights to Dublin and Amsterdam are also plentiful and will give you the chance to catch a break for a few days. The destinations served by London Heathrow are far too numerous to list here, but Skyscanner's route map can help you find places to go to when departing from London Heathrow.

How to get to the airport

There are plenty of options for getting to London Heathrow. The Heathrow Express train will get you from Paddington Station to Heathrow in 15 minutes. The Piccadilly Line of the London Underground is a cheaper but slower option and will get you from Central London to Heathrow in about 45 minutes. If you have a car you can also reach Heathrow via the M4, M25, A4, or A30. A taxi is also a more expensive but sometimes faster option depending on traffic.

What can you do at the airport?

London Heathrow is a massive airport with four terminals. Not surprisingly, you'll find many restaurants, shops, cafes, duty-free stores, and free WiFi throughout the airport. There are also some great observational areas for watching planes land and take off. One of the unique things about London Heathrow is its Heathrow Rewards program, which allows you to collect points on purchases made at London Heathrow and redeem them for such things as parking, Heathrow Express service, or items at London Heathrow shops.

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