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Fly from Manchester to London
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Average flight time59 mins
Airports close to Manchester
- Manchester International (MAN)
Airports serving London
- Heathrow (LHR)
- Gatwick (LGW)
- Stansted (STN)
- Luton (LTN)
- City (LCY)
- St Pancras (QQS)
Average temperature for December in London8.8 °C
Avg rainfall for December in London53.2 mm
London is one of the oldest cities on the planet. Roman ruins, Medieval towers, ancient bridges, Victorian theatres, futuristic skyscrapers – it’s got the lot.
Lots of the most interesting neighbourhoods line up along the Thames. Southbank serves up music venues and street markets, while Greenwich is the city’s royal nautical heart. Then there’s the West End and Soho, where 24/7 shows, shops and pubs are the order of the day.
The cherry on top? London is just an hour’s flight away from Manchester.
How long is the flight from Manchester to London?
Direct flights are just 1 hour long.
Which airlines operate flights from Manchester to London?
British Airways is the main carrier. Companies like KLM offer longer flights with a stopover in cities such as Amsterdam.
How frequent are flights between Manchester and London?
There are 9 direct London to Manchester flights a day. Don’t mind a stopover? Then you’ve got a choice of around 150 extra flights.
Which airports serve Manchester and London?
All flights depart from Manchester Airport.
You can take your pick of destinations in London – flights run to London City Airport, Heathrow Airport, Luton Airport, London Stansted Airport and Gatwick Airport.
Which direct flight route between Manchester and London is cheapest?
You’re in luck – the cheap Manchester to London flights are usually the direct ones. Fly in the evening for the best prices.
Tower Bridge, The Shard, St Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey – a flight from Manchester to London delivers you straight to a city of iconic vistas. Even the transport system is historic. The London Underground and bright red buses put the must-see corners of this capital within easy reach – from Camden and Waterloo to South Kensington and Covent Garden.
The Thames River sweeps through the city, bringing with it water festivals and canals, plus a river path that serves up some of the best views in London.
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