Cheap Flights from Amsterdam to London in 2019
Flight information Amsterdam to London
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 338 kilometers
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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and others
Cheap flights from Amsterdam to London
With nearly 400 flights scheduled from Amsterdam Schipol to one of London's many airports each week, getting from Amsterdam to London is quick, cheap, and easy. This popular route takes just one hour to complete and is currently served by five airlines: British Airways, easyJet, Flybe, KLM, and Vueling. Because there are so many flights serving this route, getting a great discount on a seat is easy. Sign up for Price Alerts to keep track of any sudden drop in price on airfare from Amsterdam to London.
Inside: Amsterdam Airport Schipol
All flight from Amsterdam leave from the Airport Schipol, one of Europe's busiest airports. Unlike many airports, it also includes a slew of unique features to help you bide the time, including the Panorama Terrace where you can watch planes land and take off, an annex of the Rijksmuseum where you can see fabulous art, and a Heineken bar with interactive tabletops and digital coasters. There's also a spa, internet centre, and free WiFi. Of course, there are also plenty of shops and restaurants located both before and after security.
Check-In: Amsterdam Airport Schipol
You should get to the airport at least two hours before departure and bring your passport since the UK is not a member of the Schengen Area and still performs customs and border checks on arriving flights from Europe. Keep in mind that London has six airports, all of them served by flights departing from Amsterdam Schipol, so make sure you find the correct gate number and check-in counter for your flight. Currently, British Airways serves Heathrow and Gatwick, easyJet serves Gatwick, Luton, Southend, and Stansted, Flybe serves London-City, KLM serves Heathrow and London-City, and Vueling serves Luton.
What to Expect When Landing in London
As mentioned above, London has six airports, all with flights arriving from Amsterdam. While the London-City Airport is the closest to the city centre, it tends to be used mainly by business travellers. All six airports have their own rail stations which provide connections to various centrally located London train stations and further connections to the London Underground. Taxis are also plentiful outside of all the airports and with easy highway access you can also conveniently rent a car if you want to get around on your own. Of course, London is one of the world's premier tourist and business destinations and finding a hotel anywhere in the city is easy with Skyscanner's hotel search feature.
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