Cheap flights from Orlando to London, England
For cheap flights from Orlando to London, England, WestJet has what you’re looking for. We have flights to 100 destinations in North America, Central America, the Caribbean and Europe, including Gatwick Airport, so you’ll never have a problem getting where you need be, when you need to be there. 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. So book with WestJet today.
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Airport Details: From MCO, Orlando International Airport To LGW, Gatwick Airport
In addition to being Britain’s economic, political and cultural capital — and the most populous city in the United Kingdom — London is truly a top-notch destination, chock full of internationally renowned landmarks and attractions. In fact, London is a metropolis of staggering diversity; a place where every possible taste is catered to, countless languages are spoken and literally thousands of restaurants await — including 65 that have earned at least one coveted Michelin star. Unlike many major city break destinations, most of London's major attractions are free to visit, allowing visitors to experience Tate Modern, Hyde Park, the British Museum and more without spending a penny. Of course, there are still lots of opportunities to splash your holiday cash, whether it's front-row seats at a glitzy West End production, a luxurious shopping spree at Harrods or a spot of afternoon tea at The Ritz.
If you need cheap flights to one of the most bustling and storied destinations in United Kingdom, you know you can get there with WestJet. No matter the nature of your visit, you’re sure to enjoy Buckingham Palace, the National Gallery and the Tower of London — most of all you can count on WestJet to get you from Orlando to London, England.