Cheap Flights from London to Amsterdam in 2019

Flight information London to Amsterdam

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Average flight time, total distance 338 kilometers

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Flight Information

EasyJet offers direct flights from London to Amsterdam departing from either London Luton Airport, London Southend Airport, or London Gatwick Airport. This gives travellers the convenience of being able to choose the departing airport closest to them. London to Amsterdam flights also operate directly from London Heathrow and London City Airport with Dutch carrier KLM. British Airways flies to Amsterdam from London from four airports around the city: London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London City, and London Luton. Air France operates several nondirect flights from London Heathrow to Amsterdam with a layover in Paris, while Lufthansa flies from London Heathrow and London City Airport to Frankfurt before transferring to Amsterdam.

London Airports Information

London Heathrow

KLM and Air France flights depart from Terminal 4, British Airways flights depart from Terminal 5, and Lufthansa flights use Terminal 2. Passengers should arrive three hours before their flight because Heathrow is one of the world's busiest airports. A nonstop express train runs from London Paddington station in central London to Heathrow, a journey that takes 15 minutes.

London Luton Airport

London Lution is a single terminal passenger airport, and it is used for both EasyJet and British Airways flights. Trains from central London depart from St Pancras Station and take 25 minutes to get to London Luton Airport Parkway. A shuttle bus service then departs from the railway station to the airport terminal building.

London Southend Airport

Some EasyJet flights to Amsterdam from London depart from London Southend Airport. A train service links London City to Southend Airport, and the journey takes approximately 55 minutes. The Skylife lounge can be booked in advance of the flight's departure, and passengers can use free Wi-Fi, drink refreshments, and watch television in the lounge.

London City Airport

Complimentary wireless internet is available throughout the single terminal building at London City Airport. London City Airport operates with a silent airport policy, which means announcements are only made in the event of an emergency or bad weather.

London Gatwick Airport

Passengers flying with British Airways to Amsterdam depart from the South Terminal, while EasyJet passengers depart from the North Terminal. Departing passengers can avail of several shopping options in both terminals on the airside, including Harrods, Hugo Boss, and Dune London.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Schiphol Airport is composed of just a single terminal building. The city of Amsterdam is easily accessible from the airport by rail and bus.

What You Need to Know

Since London to Amsterdam is an international flight route, passengers should aim to arrive three hours in advance of their departing flight, regardless of what airport they're flying from. Passengers should also ensure they are in possession of a valid passport and a valid visa if necessary.

What to Expect in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in Europe, and a simple bike ride around the narrow roads and along the canals is rewarding. Visitors to Amsterdam can also go to the Anne Frank House Museum, which contains important exhibits about World War 2 and the famous diary that Anne Frank kept while hiding from the Germans.

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