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Flight information Adelaide to London
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average flight time from Adelaide to London, total distance 16268 kilometres
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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted and London Luton
Which airlines fly from Adelaide to London?
There are no direct flights from Adelaide to London.
Connecting routes are offered through Qantas, Emirates, Etihad, Qatar Airways, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, China Southern, and Virgin Australia.
Is there a time difference between Adelaide and London?
London is 13.5 hours behind Adelaide.
What is the weather like in London?
London has very changeable weather. Summer (June-August) is a traveller’s best bet for warm weather and sunshine, with an average temperature of 20°C.
Winters are chilly, and though it doesn’t often snow, the daily average is 4°C.
Autumn and spring can see temperatures of anywhere between 6°C and 18°C.
How expensive is London?
The currency in London is British Pounds (GBP).
London is significantly more expensive than Adelaide.
Enjoy a cappuccino in a London café for around 2.60GBP ($4.60).
Essential travel information for London
Australian citizens will need a vaid passport to visit London.
Departing from Adelaide
Adelaide Airport (ADL) functions as the main gateway for travellers seeking to fly internationally. This airport is well stocked with eateries that can offer you sit-down meals, takeaway coffees, fast food, and snacks. There are a decent range of shops here too, where passengers can find cosmetics, duty-free products, electronics, reading materials, clothing, and gifts. Practical amenities include free WiFi, cash machines, and currency exchange services.
All flights depart from Adelaide Airport’s sole terminal building.
A passport is required for international travel, and it is important that you ensure this document is in date before you travel.
Two hours ahead of departure is the standard recommended arrival time for passengers heading to international destinations.
Arriving in London
London is a major transport hub, and there are six airports altogether that serve this city. The largest facilities are London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and London Gatwick Airport (LGW), and it is highly likely you’ll be directed to one of these. There are plenty of useful amenities for incoming international travellers, such as bureau de change counters, cash machines and free WiFi, and you’ll be able to take advantage of both the duty-free shopping, as well as the numerous eateries within either of these airports’ terminals.
If you fly into London Heathrow, there are five terminals in total, and where you arrive will be dictated by which airline you book with, whilst London Gatwick has two terminals, with the North Terminal being the most utilised.
Taking a taxi from Gatwick or Heathrow will run you from 80-100GBP ($138-173), which is a pricey way to travel, and most passengers choose to take public transport via the buses or trains, or book a private airport transfer online.
There are car rental agencies in both airports if you plan to drive during your stay in this city, though you are likely to save more money if you search for and book your car online.
Please note that the information provided above is accurate as of June 2017
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