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Cheap Flights from Boston Logan International to London in 2019

Flight information Boston Logan International to London

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$271

Non-stop airlines

10

Flights per week

49

Average flight time, total distance 3275 miles

6h 20min

Most popular airline last month

British Airways

London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and others

6 airports

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Flying out of Boston Logan Airport

Logan International Airport is located in East Boston and is a hub for both regional and international air travel. Flying options from the Boston area to London might involve connections, or even a direct flight. Direct flights are about six and a half hours, and these flights can be booked out of the Boston Logan Airport. If you are hoping to find the best deal, seeking out connecting flights and options available at other nearby airports might have better options and bargains.

Nearby airports are Worcester Regional Airport in Worcester, Massachusetts, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, New Hampshire, and T. F. Green Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island. These can be reviewed within Skyscanner flights search engineto compare rates quickly. Major airlines that fly to London directly from Boston are Norwegian, British AIrways, Delta, Virgin Atlantic, and KLM. Getting to the airport about two hours before your international flight is important, especially if you are traveling during tourist peak times or weekends. TSA lines can be long and it isn't worth it to cut travel times close when it comes to international travel.

Expect snow in both Boston and London from December through March,which can affect flights if you are planning a winter trip. The good news is, local folks from Boston will be acclimated to the winter temps one might expect in London and can pack accordingly.

London Airport Options

London has a few airport options which are easily accessible by public transit and shuttles that will make getting to downtown London simpler. There are five airport options surrounding London, including Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Luton Airport, Stansted Airport and City Airport. Heathrow is the busiest airport, and second busiest hub in the area is Gatwick. Direct flights from Boston Logan go into these two major hubs.

Tips for International Travel to London

London is a tourist hotspot with many cultural and historical attractions. Beloved attractions such as Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, and the London Eye are all attractions families shouldn't miss. Late Spring and Summer are peak travel times in London, so travelers should expect crowds in these popular spots. Having accommodations lined up in London is key, especially during busier times of year Finding the best hotel through Skyscanner's hotel booking toolcan help.

London is a popular tourist destination, but like all international travel, those traveling from the US should take precautions. When it comes to international travel, being ready for customs when you arrive in London or other European airports is important. All guidelines and advisories on tickets and updates should be reviewed. Have your passport ready and understand that extra screening or bag searches are the norm. The local time in London is five hours ahead of Boston's local time zone, so you might want to have a strategy in place to deal with jet lag so you don't miss out on anything during your trip. If you are thinking about flying from Boston to London, be sure to plan out as much of your trip ahead of time, especially flights and accommodations.

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