Cheap Flights from Calgary to London Gatwick
Flight information Calgary to London Gatwick
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Average flight time, total distance 7062 kilometers
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Flying out of Calgary
Calgary International Airport (YYC) is located 17 km northeast of downtown Calgary. It is a busy international airport offering flights to Europe and around North America. There are a few nonstop flights to London Gatwick, but many flights make connections in other hub cities like Toronto. Major airlines flying this route include Air Transat, Air Canada, and WestJet. Use Skyscanner’s flight search feature to find the cheapest flights to London Gatwick from Calgary. If you know when you want to fly, sign up for price alerts to monitor when the price of your chosen flight rises and falls, to help you get the cheapest flights to London Gatwick from Calgary.
You can get to the Calgary airport by bus, taxi, or private car. There is short and long-term parking nearby, and there are several rental car companies at the airport where you can return your rental car. It is recommended that you check in at least two hours prior to your flight’s scheduled departure time. Canadians traveling to London Gatwick must present a passport valid for at least the duration of your stay in the U.K. The Calgary airport has restaurants, cafes, newsagents, and shopping in the departures area. The airport offers free wi-fi and currency exchange. Download Skyscanner’s mobile app to help keep you connected to the best travel deals no matter where you go.
Arriving at London Gatwick
London’s Gatwick Airport (LGW) is one of London’s major international airports and is located 47 km south of central London. All international passengers must go through customs upon arrival at London Gatwick. The airport has food and beverages available as well as banking and currency exchange. There is free wi-fi throughout, as well as charging stations at various locations. You can get to London from Gatwick airport by rail, bus, taxi, or private car. You can catch the bus outside the lower South terminal to destinations around London and the surrounding area.
London is much wetter and experiences heavier rain than sunny Calgary almost any time of the year. Calgary’s climate is dry with warm summers and cold winters while London is more humid. London will occasionally see snow, but there is rarely an accumulation. London is 7 hours ahead on Calgary, so passengers should have a plan in place to deal with jet lag. In general, prices for similar goods and services are higher in London than in Calgary.
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