Flights from Singapore Changi to London
Flight information Singapore Changi to London
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Average flight time, total distance 10861 kilometres
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Airlines that fly from Singapore Changi to London
There are approximately six flights per day between Changi Airport in Singapore and London Heathrow Airport in London, England, United Kingdom. The direct flights are provided by Singapore Airlines and British Airways and operate daily.
Flights from Singapore Changi Airport to London depart from Terminal 3. Terminal 3 is mainly made of glass but incorporates natural features in contrast to the glass and steel. These features include the Butterfly Garden, a mostly beige or cream floor for a warmer tone, and a 5 m-high "Green Wall" that has hanging creepers, waterfall, and occasional misting. The building is also designed to allow natural lighting in. Other attractions in Terminal 3 include the Changi Aviation Gallery, Floral Inspirations, Saga Seed, the world's tallest slide in an airport, a movie theatre, and of course shopping and dining options.
Flights operated by British Airways arrive at the ground level of London Heathrow Airport's Terminal 5, while flights by Singapore Airlines arrive at Level 1 of Terminal 2. Terminal 5 is the larger of the two; in fact, the main building is the largest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom. The terminal offers luxury shopping and several restaurants for the passengers. Brands with locations at the airport include Burberry, Cartier, Dior, Gucci, Glorious Britain, and Louis Vuitton. Food and beverage establishments include Caffè Nero, Costa, EAT., Giraffe, Starbucks, and M&S Simply Food. Terminal 2, or The Queen's Terminal, is no exception, also offering a wide variety of food, drink, and shopping choices, as well as services.
Singaporeans do not need a visa to enter the United Kingdom or Ireland. A passport is still required, and must be valid for at least six months beyond the date of intended departure from London. Upon arrival, simply follow the signs for arrivals. Proceed through passport control, baggage reclaim, and Customs to get to the arrivals hall.
What to expect in London
The local time in Singapore is seven hours ahead of London. This means that if it is 3:55 PM on a Thursday in Singapore, it will be 8:55 AM on a Thursday in London at the same time. Because Singapore is located just north of the equator, it remains hot and humid throughout the year. The average temperature during the day is 31º C (88º F), and at night it is unlikely to fall below 23º C (74º F). While it is slightly cooler in December and January and hottest in April and May, there are no drastic changes in temperature year-round. There are no distinct wet and dry seasons. As for London, the city has a temperate oceanic climate, four seasons, and unpredictable weather. Winter in London is from December to February, Spring is from March to May, Summer is from June to August, and Autumn is September to November. The warmest month, on average, is August, while the coldest month is usually January. The wettest month is December, and July is the driest. If you want to visit when London has a nice average temperature, that's during July and August. Expect a huge difference when it comes to expenses in London, as there’s 13.81% increase in consumer prices.
This information is correct as of July 2015.
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