Airfare from London to London, England
If you’re looking for airfare from London to London, England, WestJet has exactly what you want. We operate scheduled flights to more than 100 destinations in North America, Central America, the Caribbean and Europe — including Gatwick Airport — and we make it our mission to get you wherever you need to be. We also believe that our passengers shouldn't get less simply because they pay less, and that's why we're committed to offering affordable air travel that comes complete with exemplary customer service. These are just some of the many reasons why Canadians book with WestJet and why you should too.
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Airport Details: From YXU, London International Airport To LGW, Gatwick Airport
As the cultural, political and economic capital of Britain, it’s no secret that London is a premier vacation destination, offering visitors an innumerable assortment of celebrated attractions and activities to choose from. In this multilingual, multicultural city, visitors will quickly discover that all tastes are catered to here; after all, visitors are spoiled for choice with more than 6,000 eateries on offer (65 of which are Michelin-starred). Unlike other major cities, many of London's most popular pastimes are completely free, which means visitors on a budget can expect to keep their money in their pocket when they visit Tate Modern, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Hyde Park or the globally renowned British Museum. Of course, those inclined to spend their holiday dollars will find many opportunities to do so, whether it's shopping at Fortnum & Mason, attending a West End stage production or enjoying afternoon tea at The Ritz.
Arrange your airfare now and start planning an exciting trip to United Kingdom's bustling, storied destination. No matter the reason for your travel, you can rely on WestJet to get you from London to London, England so that you can enjoy Buckingham Palace, the National Gallery and the Tower of London.