Can you give me a brief description of three major international airports in London?
London is known to have three major international airports which are listed below
- HEATHROW AIRPORT
- GATWICK AIRPORT
- STANSTED AIRPORT
LONDON HEATHROW AIRPORT
London Heathrow airport is about 15 miles west of the city.
The quickest and easiest way of traveling to the Central London area is via the Piccadily Line Undergound.
If you are having a lot of baggage or luggage, it would be rather better to ride on an Airbus A1/A2 towards Central London.
Airbuses run every 20 minutes and this journey takes about 60 to 70 minutes. The tickets for airbus cost around 6 pounds for single ticket and 10 pounds for return tickets.
A taxi costs around 30 to 50 pounds for a ride to Central London.
You have to just follow the signs at the international airport to get to the bus stop or the taxi point or the Underground station. Heathrow boasts its own Heathrow Express service towards London Paddington station.
It is to inform you that terminal 4 is a little bit away from terminals 1, 2, and 3, so when you are going to leave London at Heathrow Airport, please make sure and reconfirm the terminal number for your flight.
Mixed photos from Heathrow Airport
London Heathrow Airport
Two more major international Airports in London
LONDON GATWICK AIRPORT
The famous London Gatwick airport is around 28 miles south of the London city.
Gatwick Express runs a special train service between airport and the Victoria station in central London which is 24 hours a day and every 15 minutes from 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and every 30 to 60 minutes at other times. This journey takes around 30 minutes and tickets cost around 8.90 pounds single ticket and 17.80 pounds for return tickets.
The Flightline 777 Bus is also available over here and it runs on a daily basis from 6:35 a.m. to 11:25 p.m. It also starts from the airport to Victoria Coach Station. Tickets are valued at 7.50 pounds for single ticket and 11 pounds for return tickets.
LONDON STANSTED AIRPORT
The famous Stansted Airport is a fastest growing major airport in Europe and it is also the main place of leading low-cost scheduled airlines which deal with around 20 airlines which fly to more than 124 destinations.
Terravision provides a dedicated direct coach service between the London Stansted airport and the London Victoria.
Terravision provides these services up to every 20 minutes, with their first service from the London Victoria at 3 a.m. sharp and the last service taking departure from Stansted at 00.40 a.m.
Tickets cost around 8.50 pounds one way and 14 pounds for return tickets. London Victoria holds connections to Rail and Megabus services and even Underground, and is located close to major tourist areas like Paddington and Nottinghill.