Cheap Flights To London Airport
One of the more peaceful and scenic cities that often gets lost in the urban checkerboard of eastern Ontario, London Airport (YXU;) is known for its arts community and historic buildings. The airport doesn’t get half as much press as other nearby international travel hubs in Detroit and Canada's biggest airport, YYZ in Toronto, but it’s still one of the busiest airports in the country. The airport is also considered a point of entry by Nav Canada and is staffed by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA).
Airlines that fly to London, Ontario
There are only a few airlines that use YXU on a regular basis, and most of the airlines here are only seasonal but don’t think that means this is a small, quiet airport. The frequent flights to vacation destinations, connections to other Canadian cities, and convenient distance from the border ensure this stays a busy transportation point. The roster is exclusively national but the destinations are a mix of Canadian and international cities.
- Air Canada Express, a small group of regional airlines, operates commuter flights to this airport from Toronto and Ottawa throughout the year.
- Westjet and Westjet Encore serve several major Canadian routes from this location and also fly to Orlando in the winter.
- Sunwing, Canadian North, and Air Transat are the three airlines in YXU that operate on a strictly seasonal basis. The fly to destinations in the Southern United States and Cuba along with a few Canadian destinations.
What to see and do in London.
A city that's known for its art and architecture, London has some notable places to party and some avant-garde foodie culture. The university crowd and creative, artistic influence have given the city its own unique culture and diversions.
- Agritourism. This region is home to some of Canada’s most fertile farmland, and the agritourism industry here has created various ways to discover and explore it. You can take a cycling tour of country farms, check out seasonal orchards and fairs, or visit one of many local farmer’s markets.
- Wine and Beer. Grapes, hops, barley, and other essential ingredients grow in abundance by the shores of the Great Lakes, and the wine, beer, spirits, and cider flows all year. You can visit several breweries and wineries that are open to the public or join a specialized tour that plans the excursion for you.
- Historic Sites and Museums. The history of settlement in the region that is now London goes back well before European contact. You can visit reconstructed villages, period homes, and natural conservation areas preserved from that bygone time, or experience the modern age at the Canadian Baseball Museum or one of many contemporary art galleries.
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