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Cheap Flights from Orlando to London in 2019

Flight information Orlando to London

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$322

Non-stop airlines

12

Flights per week

25

Average flight time, total distance 4339 miles

8h 0min

Most popular airline last month

Virgin Atlantic

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

6 airports

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London Hotels

The Ritz London

36
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The Soho Hotel

35
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Charlotte Street Hotel

27
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Cheap Flights from Orlando to London

Moving from the perpetual sun of Florida to the cool temperatures and cloudy skies of London can be a bit of a jolt, but at least the trip won't take very long. A variety of carriers offer non-stop flights each day of the week, with departure times all through the day. Not only that, you can get some pretty great deals departing from Orlando, sometimes as low as $500 for a round-trip ticket.

Norwegian, Thomas Cook, WestJet, Virgin Atlantic and Aer Lingus all have regular service from Orlando International Airport.

The best fares are usually found on flights that land at Gatwick Airport (located about 30 miles south of London), but you can also get direct flights to London City Airport and Heathrow if so desired.

Not sure what the best option is? Use the search tools and enter your departure point as Orlando; you'll be able to see which carriers offer the best prices on any given day as well as comparing fares across an entire month at once.

Peak and Low Seasons in London

Many would argue that London is the world's capital city and financial center. As such, there's usually heavy traffic to it all year long. As far as tourism goes, however, the winter months (November to March) are when the traffic is lowest by far. April to June sees a small increase in leisure travel, and the peak season is from late June to August. Things slow down a bit again in September and October before hitting the winter lull.

Some major annual London events to keep an eye out for include the Head of the River Race in March, the London Marathon in April, Trooping the Colour in June, Notting Hill Carnival in August and the London Film Festival in October. Wimbledon is also held over the course of two weeks usually starting in late June or early July.

Hotels Near London's Airports

The best hotel option will depend on which airport you fly into. London City Airport is the most centrally located, putting you a short trip from the many lodging options in the downtown London area and along the Thames. These hotels will usually have the highest rates, however. Heathrow is also surrounded by a wide variety of hotels, everything from luxury to budget options.

Gatwick has about a dozen hotels very close to the airport as well as a large cluster just to the south in Crawley, and the rates in this area tend to be a little lower than in London proper. If you want to quickly look over all the possible options, just use the Hotel Search tool and set London as your destination.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.