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Long-haul international flights are usually routed through Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The city's other three airports - London City, Luton and Stansted--are used primarily for regional flights and hops to the Continent.
In all cases, it is best to take public transport to get into central London.

Heathrow (LHR) is London's busiest airport and the world's fourth busiest. It is located 15 miles west of the city, off the M4 motorway. The drive takes 50 minutes in normal traffic, but allow at least 90 minutes if you're catching a flight out.
Heathrow Express is the revolutionary, non-stop train service that offers the fastest option between Heathrow Airport and central London (Paddington Station). Services run from 05:02 to 23:47 (from Heathrow) every 15 minutes - the journey time - just 15 minutes. Click here for more information or to pre-book a ticket

Gatwick (LGW) is 28 miles south of the city center, off the M23 motorway. It's a 70-minute drive in normal conditions, but allow extra time for traffic delays.
There are two terminals, north and south, so it's wise to double-check which one your flight is departing from (the north terminal is reached by taking a short train ride on an unmanned overhead railway). Though extremely busy, the second busiest airport in the U.K. after Heathrow, Gatwick provides a streamlined experience for travellers.
Gatwick Express offers dedicated, high-speed travel between Central London and Gatwick Airport. With a journey time of just 30 minutes from London Victoria to Gatwick, there is no faster way between the heart of the city and the airport. Click here for more information or to pre-book a ticket

Stanstead Express is the fastest and most convenient way to and from Stansted Airport, with trains departing every 15 or 30 minutes (15 minutes from 0800 to 1700 weekdays and every 30 minutes early morning) evening weekdays and weekends. With an average journey time of approximately 45 minutes (41 minutes to the City of London & Liverpool Street station). Click here for more information or to pre-book a ticket
National Railways provides access throughout the city, complimenting and working with, the tube service. Click here for information, timetable and help to plan your journey.

London Underground offers the best, economical way to get around the capital, avoiding the traffic delays.
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London Buses offers a comprehensive service throughout the capital. Hop on/off wherever you fancy, and with a combined travelcard you can use the tube aswell.
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London Black Cabs an indulgance as it can be very expensive getting from A to B, stuck in traffic jams with the meter ticking away. Also not a good idea to use this form of transport to and from the airport. If you have alot of luggage, when returning home, then get the taxi to take you to the station in order for you to catch the train to the airport. Click here for more information, planning your journey and booking a cab.
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