Flights departing from London
London is known all over the world for its Big Ben, London Bridge, and Buckingham Palace. This mega city is served by Heathrow, Luton and several other airports. Of these, Gatwick and Heathrow are the most widely recognised airports internationally.
Flights from London to Liverpool do not take a long time to reach their destination, and may take off from any of the six airports that currently serve London. Gatwick Airport is the second most important airport in London and has the world's busiest single runway. Heathrow is more popular and also one of the busiest airports in Europe.
Getting to London airport
London to Liverpool flights may take off from any of the six airports that are scattered in and around the city of London. To ensure that you arrive at the correct airport, double check your flight ticket. Once you confirm the airport from where your flight will take off, make the necessary travel arrangements. For all the airports except London City Airport, you just need to arrive in central London and take a train from one of the many stations to the designated airport. However, as London City Airport is located within the city, you can just hail a cab or hop on one of those famous double-decker buses that run in London.