Cheap Flights From Aberdeen to London
Flight information Aberdeen to London
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Average flight time, total distance 398 miles
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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and others
Picking Your Flight
Flying from Aberdeen to London is a bit expensive but an enjoyable short flight that you may be hard pressed to find a good deal for - and these are always popping up in Skyscanner! When you book with us here at Skyscanner, you’ll be able to take advantage of our network to get the best deal possible, even on this route without many options.
When you fly on this route, you’ll have to choose between booking with EasyJet or booking with British Airways. Though there are other smaller airlines that may transiently offer service along this route, British Airways practically has a monopoly.
All the flights on this route take off from Aberdeen Airport, and almost all of the flights land at London’s Heathrow Airport. If you’re okay with paying quite a bit more for your ticket, there are also some flights which land in London’s Gatwick Airport instead of Heathrow.
Preparing For Your Trip
You should make sure that you bring your US passport and an umbrella with you along this flight route; Aberdeen doesn’t have the greatest weather, but the mistiness of the lochs is much more pleasant than the consistent pouring rain that London is known for.
While you shouldn’t make a habit out of showing up late to your flight, the lines at Aberdeen are typically very short, so you can cut your arrival at the airport a bit closer than you would normally.
Minimizing the time spent at Aberdeen International Airport might be a good idea. There’s only one terminal at Aberdeen, and there are very few food, drink, and shopping options, though you’ll be able to get a great cup of coffee if that’s your kind of thing.
Landing in London
If you land in Heathrow, you’ll probably land in Terminal 2. No matter which airport you land at, you’ll have access to similar transit options, including commuter train, buses, cabs, and direct access to London’s subway system.
If you’re just trying to get downtown, taking the express commuter trains will be faster than taking the subway. In general, it’s better to navigate London via the underground than it is via the above-ground transit options like buses and cabs; the traffic can be very bad for many hours at a time.
Enjoying The London Air
Hopefully, your rain boots and umbrella don’t have any holes. London is a touch warmer than Aberdeen, but a lot rainier and an awful lot more expensive. Expect to spend at least 15 pounds in a cheap restaurant, and 5 pounds for a pint of beer.
Don’t let the high costs get to you, though. London’s many sights, sounds, smells, and tastes make it one of the most compelling places in the world, and you should be ready to fully embrace all of it.
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