Cheap Flights to England

What can I do in England?

Tour the city of London, where you can see the famed historical attractions of Big Ben, the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace. For something more modern, swing by the Warner Bros. Studio, where you can see the Harry Potter set. 

Explore the atmospheric attractions dotted around the country, like Stonehenge, Hadrian’s Wall, the Cornish coastline, or the stunning scenery of the Lake and Peak Districts. Plan your scenic holiday with Skyscanner’s Top 10 roadtrips in the UK.

What airlines fly to England?

When is the best time to book? 

  • Flights to England should ideally be purchased roughly 25 weeks in advance to find the cheapest deals available.

What are the visa requirements?

  • Australian nationals can enter the United Kingdom without a visa and be permitted a stay of up to 6 months. For more information on conditions and restrictions, go to the Smart Traveller page on the United Kingdom.

How long is the flight to England?

  • Adelaide to England – 23-24 hours
  • Brisbane to England – 23-24 hours
  • Melbourne to England – 23-24 hours
  • Perth to England – 21-22 hours
  • Sydney to England – 23-24 hours

When is the best time to visit England?

  • Summers are the best time to visit if you’re after warm days of 20°C, but if you want to experience a wintery Christmas, then be prepared to wrap up warm in temperatures of 0-4°C.

What are the average costs in England?

  • A cappuccino in England costs approximately 2.60GBP ($4.50). 
  • The currency is in British Pounds (GBP).

What airport will I arrive at? 

  • Most international flights to England will be directed to either London Heathrow Airport or London Gatwick Airport. These are first-class airports, with amenities like free WiFi, duty-free shopping, bars, restaurants, ATMs, and currency exchange.

How to get from the airport to town?

  • A taxi from London Heathrow Airport into London central will cost around 80GBP ($138).
  • A taxi from London Gatwick Airport into central London costs about 100GBP ($172).
  • Public transportation links are excellent, and you can take buses, coaches, the metro, and the railway into central London.

Any useful tips?

  • Almost every major museum and gallery in the UK has free entry, touring them is a great way to spend your time without spending your money.

Please note that the information provided above is accurate as of October 2017

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