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Destination information for Glasgow
Flight time1 hr 17 mins
Airports servicing London
- Heathrow (LHR)
- Gatwick (LGW)
- Stansted (STN)
- Luton (LTN)
- City (LCY)
- St Pancras (QQS)
Airports serving Glasgow
- Glasgow International (GLA)
- Prestwick (PIK)
Average temperature for November in Glasgow9.6 °C
Avg rainfall for November in Glasgow90.4 mm
Cheap Flights from London to Glasgow
All eyes were on Glasgow when the Scottish city hosted the Commonwealth Games in 2014 – and they haven’t looked away since. Nowadays, it’s only second to Edinburgh when it comes to visitor numbers in Scotland. And it still ranks as one of the top sporting cities in the world. But that’s not all – Glasgow city centre is piled high with handsome Victorian and Art Nouveau buildings. Meanwhile, the Scottish Opera and National Theatre of Scotland add an extra cultural punch.
How long is the flight from London to Glasgow?
It’s a short one – you can fly between London and Glasgow in around 1 hour 20 minutes.
Which airlines operate flights from London to Glasgow?
British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair all offer cheap London to Glasgow flights.
How frequent are flights between London and Glasgow?
Flights run from London to Glasgow every day.
Which airports serve London and Glasgow?
You can fly to Glasgow from all the London airports, including Gatwick, Luton and Stansted. You’ll arrive in Glasgow International.
Which direct flight route between London and Glasgow is cheapest?
The cheapest direct flights from London to Glasgow usually kick-start from London Stansted. Early morning flights from London Gatwick also come in at a great price.
Flights from London to Glasgow introduce you to the biggest city in Scotland. Victorian and Art Nouveau buildings hint at its rich history as a port town. More recently, it was shaped by the designs of the local architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. His Glasgow School of Art is said to be the first ever Modernist building, while the spiral staircase of The Lighthouse rewards you with widescreen city views.
Fancy glimpsing Glasgow’s world-class sporting credentials? You could catch a match at one of the city’s four football stadiums or cheer on the Glasgow Warriors at a Celtic League rugby game.
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