Flights departing from London
London is a magnetic and enigmatic city that attracts millions of travellers every year. With more than 2,000 years of history, London is a fascinating hub that is served by six passenger airports. Heathrow and Gatwick stand out from these as being known worldwide.
Flights from London to Catania require around three hours to complete the journey. Heathrow is the most famous of all these airports and is only 22 kilometres from central London. On the other hand, Southend and Stansted airports are more than 65 and 50 kilometres away respectively, in Essex. Only London City Airport is within the city limits of London and is easily reached from central London.
Getting to London airport
Once you have packed and are ready to board London to Catania flights, be sure to arrive at the designated airport in time. If you have to catch your flight from Heathrow, head straight toward Paddington Station. From there, board the Heathrow Express for swift passage to Heathrow Airport. Similarly, take the Gatwick Express from Victoria to reach Gatwick Airport on a high-speed train. Trains also connect various central London stations to Luton, Stansted and Southend airports London City Airport is located in central London and a short taxi or bus ride should suffice to arrive at the airport. You can also take taxis to all the airports if you prefer comfort and privacy.