Cheap Flights to London
Travel tips from the experts
Available from Tube Stations, an Oyster Card will save you time and money travelling around London.
What to know before you fly to London?
The best thing about choosing when to fly to London is that there are wonderful things happening all year round. Summer is when London is at its carefree best, when the days are long and warm. Spring is an excellent time to visit, when all the flowers are in bloom. Autumn is also good, and the trees turn on their shades of red and gold, while winter can be quite cold but at least there are plenty of exciting things to do.
The currency in London is pounds sterling (£), you’ll need a British electrical adaptor before you go and transport includes the iconic black taxi. Make sure you take at least one ride while you’re there.
Airports in London
London is served by five major airports: London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton and London Stansted, with London Heathrow being the largest airport in Europe, welcoming more than 80 million passengers a year. London Heathrow is the primary arrival hub for flights from Australia, and offers a range of transport options to take you into the city or beyond.