Cheap Flights from Houston George Bush Intercntl. to London Heathrow in 2019
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- Tue, Nov 12IAHLHRTue, Nov 19LHRIAHSpirit Airlines + FinnairIndirectfrom $524
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Flight information Houston George Bush Intercntl. to London Heathrow
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Average flight time, total distance 4829 miles
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Frequently asked questions
Fly from Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport to London Heathrow Airport
Travelers can take flights from Houston to London to experience a vibrant, multicultural city filled to the brim with historical monuments and modern attractions. Flights from Houston to London take approximately 9 hours, and you can choose from several major carriers, including American Airlines and British Airways. In the birthplace of the English language, you can take in theater performances, view Gothic cathedrals, and shop at fine retailers.
Facilities at London Heathrow Airport
With five terminals, London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is one of the world’s largest and busiest airports. Delta Air Lines and Air India service this airport. There are several ways to get to Central London from Heathrow, and one of the speediest is to take a train called the Heathrow Express. You can save time by purchasing your Heathrow Express tickets before you land on your flight from Houston to London. At the same time, you can also preorder currency and shop for items that can be picked up once you arrive at the airport after traveling from Houston to London. Heathrow has free Wi-Fi, so you can book last-minute hotel accommodations or touch base with friends and family.
Things to Do Near London Heathrow Airport
A quick glance at the meandering streets on a map of London and you’ll realize that the city cannot be seen in one day. Begin your journey at Big Ben, where you can stroll along the River Thames and walk to Westminster Abbey. Many of London’s world-famous museums and galleries are free to the public, including the British Museum and the National Gallery. When you’ve had your fill of priceless artifacts and historical monuments, you can take in the many shopping destinations, like Harrods and Covent Garden Market. No trip to London is complete without a pint and some “pub grub” at one of the many historical pubs, like the George Inn, founded in the 1600s. Outside of the many pubs and shops, you’ll find abundant natural beauty in the expansive city parks, like Hyde Park and Regent’s Park.
Hints and Tips for London Heathrow Airport
If you want to see the Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace, you’ll need to arrive before the ceremony commences at 11:00 a.m. Barring bad weather, Changing the Guard takes place every day from April to July and every other day from August to March. London’s rainiest months are October and November, and the city has relatively mild temperatures all year round. Picking up a “London A to Z” street map as soon as you arrive is essential if you don’t want to get lost. It’s also a good idea to obtain an Oyster Travelcard that can be used on buses and London Underground trains. Paying for a weekly travel pass is also a popular option. Pub meals typically cost about $30 for two people.
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