Cheap Flights From Amsterdam to London

Flight information Amsterdam to London

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Average flight time, total distance 338 kilometres

0h 55min

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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and others

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The route between Amsterdam in The Netherlands and London in the United Kingdom is one of the busiest international air routes in Europe. Currently, there are over 34 flights to choose from for flights from Amsterdam to London. The majority of these flights are operated by the two countries flag carriers, KLM and British Airways, and Easy Jet. Flying time between Amsterdam and London is 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Budget airlines that fly from Amsterdam to London

Currently, there are several budget airlines that fly non-stop from Amsterdam to London. These are British low-cost airline, EasyJet, and Spanish low-cost airline, Vueling.

Departure from Amsterdam Airport (AMS)

Amsterdam Schipol Airport located 9 kilometers southwest of the city center of Amsterdam. It is the third busiest airport in Europe in terms of passenger traffic. The large but compact Schipol Airport has one terminal divided into three departure halls. It is important to note which terminal your flight will be departing from. Getting to the airport is easy, but it is good to allow at least thirty to forty minutes for travel time. The fastest way to the airport is a direct railway line from the Amsterdam Central Station. Trains operate every ten minutes, and the basic fare is EUR 5.20 (GBP 4.65). There is also an Amsterdam Airport Shuttle bus which serves many hotels in the city. Tickets cost EUR 17.0 (GBP 15.21). Taxi and executive limousines in Amsterdam cost an average of EUR 45.00 (GBP 40.27) fare to the airport.

Things to do in Amsterdam Airport

Amsterdam Schipol Airport is one of the nicest airports to spend time in. It has an impressive range of duty-free shopping and international food options. It also has the first-ever museum in an airport terminal, the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Schiphol. There also comfortable airport lounges and a scenic Panorama Terrace to while away the time before your flight.

Arrival at London Airports (LOND): London is a busy air transport hub that is served by six international airports and several other smaller airports. The flights from Amsterdam will arrive at any of the six international airports. Most of the airlines use the largest international gateways to London, which is London Heathrow and the London Gatwick Airports.

London Heathrow Airport (LHR): There are more than one rail services that link the London Heathrow Airport to various places in the greater London area and the surrounding regions. The most common mode of transport is the Heathrow Express. This rail service which can take you to the airport from the city center to the airport for GBP 25.00 (EUR 27.94) if traveling during our peak times or GBP 22.00 (EUR 24.58) if traveling during off-peak times. There are also plenty of buses and taxis available. Taxis fare to central London is approximately GBP 60.00 (EUR 67.05) for a one-hour travel time.

London Gatwick Airport (LGW): London Gatwick is also served by a rail service called the Gatwick Express that connects to Victoria Station in Central London. Fares for a one way trip on Gatwick Express is GBP 20.00 (EUR 22.35). The taxis are also readily available at the terminal and fares to the city average at GBP 75.00 (EUR 83.81). The other airports serving flights from Amsterdam, the London City Airport (LCY), Luton Airport (LTN), Stansted Airport (STN), and Southend Airport (SEN) are also well-connected from many parts of the city by rail, shuttles, buses, and taxis.

Things to do in London Airports (LOND)

All London airports have an excellent range of duty-free shopping and international food options. Upon arrival, you can also relax at any of the airport lounges or cafes before going to your destination. Currency exchange, ATMs, tour operator counters and other convenience amenities are also available at the arrivals hall.

Time Difference between Amsterdam and London

Amsterdam in the Netherlands is 1 hour ahead of London in the United Kingdom. Do remember to adjust your time upon arrival.

Weather in London

The climate in London is temperate. It has distinct changes between the four seasons, but extreme weather conditions are uncommon. Rainfall can occur at any time of the year. London attracts tourists all year round, but summer is a good time to visit for its many festivals and outdoor events. The average annual temperature in London is 15°C.

Exchange rate between Amsterdam and London

In Amsterdam, and in the rest of the Netherlands, the official currency is the Euro. The UK's currency is the pound sterling. 1 Euro equals 0.88 British Pound.

Average cost of a meal in Amsterdam and London

Food is generally more expensive in London compared to most countries in the continent. In Amsterdam, you can get a good lunch at an inexpensive restaurant for EUR 13.40 (GBP 11.99) compared to GBP 15.00 (EUR 16.76) in London.

Average cost of hotel/night in Amsterdam and London

Hotels are also much more expensive in London. A room in Central London would cost GBP 180 (EUR 201.15) per night compared to EUR 160.00 (GBP 143.18) for a similar hotel type in Amsterdam.

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