Flights departing from London
London is an important European city that needs no introduction. It serves as the capital of England and is served by Luton, Stansted, Southend, Heathrow, London City and Gatwick airports. Only one of these - London City - is located in central London and the rest are connected by high speed trains.
Non-stop flights from London to Miami take nearly 10 hours to complete the journey. Gatwick Airport is the second busiest airport in London, but its single runway is often touted as the world's busiest with a capability of handling a flight almost every second. Heathrow Airport is internationally known and is 22 kilometres away from central London.
Getting to London airport
Long distance journeys - such as the ones that London to Miami flights make - provide a great opportunity for passengers to get some quality sleep, read an entire novel or spend time day-dreaming. To ensure that you reach your designated airport in time, make sure that you know from where your plane is taking off. Once you determine that information, get yourself to one of the train stations in central London. Paddington Station, Victoria Station and other stations connect Heathrow, Gatwick, and other airports via high-speed trains. London City Airport is already within the city and all you need to do is hail a taxi or hop on a bus from wherever you are.