Flights departing from London
London is one of the most important cities in Europe and it has remained the seat of the British government for a long time. The city is served by Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and other airports, all of which are in and around the city of London. London City Airport is conveniently located within central London and is the easiest to get to.
Flights from London to Tel Aviv take off from any of the six airports that serve London. Heathrow Airport is 22 kilometres away from the city and is easily the most famous of all the airports in London. Stansted and Southend airports are in Essex, which is known for its countryside charm.
Getting to London airport
London Tel Aviv flights take around five hours to complete the journey. Start by finding out from which airport your flight is taking off. If you are around central London, the best option to get to London's airports by hopping on a train. Heathrow Express connects Heathrow with Paddington Station. Gatwick Express connects the Gatwick Airport with Victoria Station in central London. Similarly, you can take trains from central London to other airports such as Stansted, Luton and Southend. However, London City Airport does not require a long train journey as it is convenient for by taxis and buses.