London is served by five major airports that run international flight
services. Two of these, Heathrow and Gatwick are among the worlds busiest
international airports. Two are to the North of the capital, one to the
west, one to the south and one to the East. In truth only Heathrow and
London City airport are within London proper, even though they all
advertise themselves as a London airport. For central London Heathrow is the
most convenient accessed in around 40 minutes via the A4 and M4. For East
London areas such as the financial area (square mile) and the
Docklands/Canary Wharf then
London City Airport is your best bet, but flights are somewhat limited and
mainly only serve domestic and European airports. Luton and Stansted will
take you around an hour from central London but Stansted is quicker from
Please select your required airport for accommodation:
Search For >>>Heathrow Airport Hotels
The worlds busiest international airport and second busiest cargo airport. 4 terminals, one of which is just for British Airways.
>>>Gatwick Airport Hotels
Located to the far South of London with 2 terminals, North and South. The second
busiest airport in the UK.
>>>Stansted Airport Hotels
Growing fast as an international Airport and home to many budget airlines. The
UK's 3rd busiest airport. A
single open-plan award terminal. Located to the North East of London.
>>>Luton Airport Hotels
Once the poor man of the 4 major international London airports. Luton has grown
rapidly with a new extension to its terminal and added facilities airside.
Investment and work continues at Luton Airport. Located North of London.