Cheap Flights from Manchester to London
Flight information Manchester to London
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 155 miles
Most popular airline last month
London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and others
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best price for a return flight from Manchester to London?
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Manchester to London is $90. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month
How many airlines fly direct from Manchester to London?
There are 4 airlines who fly direct from Manchester to London.
How many flights are there a week from Manchester to London?
There are 71 flights per week from Manchester to London, as of March 2019.
How long does it take to fly from Manchester to London?
0h 55min is average flight time from Manchester to London.
Which airline is the most popular from Manchester to London in March 2019?
British Airways is most popular airline from Manchester to London in March 2019.
How many airports are there in London?
There are 6 airports in London: London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and others
Information about London
Flying from Manchester to London means going from a city surrounded by quiet suburbs to a bustling metropolis that is an international gateway, a major business center, and city of great diversity. The flight is about an hour long, and there are some good deals to be found.
Flight Information for You
British Airways offers regular flights from Manchester to London. Due to the short distance, most of these flights are non-stop. You can also use Flybe. KLM offers a flight on this route, as does AirBerlin. Aer Lingus, Swiss Air, BMI Regional, and Luftansa also operate on this route.
Skyscanner’s flight booking tool can help you find the best deals. If you are flexible about when you fly, you can also use the cheapest month tool, which will show you the months and days you can save the most money on airline tickets.
Your Departure Airport
You will fly to London out of Manchester Airport or Leeds Bradford Airport.
Manchester is the largest, with multiple airport lounges, including Escape Lounges in Terminals 1, 2, and 3. These are family-friendly lounges. The 1903 lounge is a luxurious adults-only lounge.
Each of the terminals has its own parking, so check your departure terminal on your ticket.
Shopping options includes WH Smith, Boots, Biza, Dixons Travel, and duty-free shops. You have a choice of five restaurants: Spinning Jenny, Giraffe, Café Nero, The Grain Loft, and Trattoria Milano.
Destination Airports You Can Use
London has six international airports. You can find your best flight deals by remaining flexible about which airport you fly to. You have a choice of London City Airport, Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Stansed, and Southend.
London City Airport has a short runway which limits the size of planes it can handle, but British Airways flies to this airport.
Heathrow is the largest London airport, handling international flights from all major airlines.
Gatwick has a single runway, but handles major international and national flights.
Luton focuses on no-frills airlines.
Stansted is a landing place for flights from Europe. Note that some one-stop flights from Manchester make their stop in Europe before going to London.
Southend boasts that it only takes 15 minutes to get through security. The terminal and railway station here are new.
When searching for flights on Skyscanner, select “any” when indicating the airport and you will see the most deals.
No matter which airport you fly into, Skyscanner’s car rental tool can help you reserve a car in advance of your trip.
You will need a photo ID to make this flight.
Prices You Will Find in London
London is about 16% more expensive than Manchester. In U.S. dollars, a breakfast usually costs $5.00 to $8.00, and lunch will cost from $8.00 to $.15.00. Dinner can run $10.00 to $20.00. These are all budget prices. You will pay much more at hotel restaurants and fine dining establishments.
A taxi ride from Heathrow to the center of London will cost $72 to $92. By comparison, A Tube (subway) ride will cost you $7.24. You can ride the Tube all day for $11.56.
You can find a hotel for around $150 per night, but a five-star hotel can run $250 to $300 per night. Use Skyscanner’s hotel booking tool to find the best deals.
Nearly all of London’s famous museums are free.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.