Flights departing from London
London, the capital of England, is a vast city with renowned landmarks and stunning attractions; there is so much to see and do in the diverse city. The city has a rich cultural heritage, architectural marvels, a historical background and picturesque attractions. Being an ultimate city-break destination, it features fine dining, interesting museums and galleries, pulsating nightlife, and world-class cultural events.
London offers something for everyone; alfresco quests in scenic surroundings, fanciful stores, hip bars and restaurants, fascinating culture and history. London is served by five major airports and they form the busiest airport system in the world. Several airlines operate flights from London to Geneva from these airports.
Getting to London airport
There are plenty of direct flights to Geneva from London, leaving from Heathrow, Gatwick and Luton Airports via several airlines such as British Airways, easyJet and Swiss Airlines. You can opt for a cheaper flight by choosing an airport other than Heathrow, however, there are trade-offs for these cheaper options like taking a bus or taxi, rather than taking the fastest transport option - Heathrow Express to Heathrow terminals.
With an excellent transport system in London, getting to other London airports apart from Heathrow is no stress at all. If you are travelling via Gatwick or Luton Airports, you can opt for National Express coaches or connect between the two airports via Thameslink train service.