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Airports in London

London is the capital of the United Kingdom and is mainly served by 5 airports. The major airports that gather the majority of the air traffic are the London Heathrow airport and the London Gatwick airport.

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London Heathrow Airport

  • The London Heathrow (LHR) airport is situated 24km west of London in the area of Borough of Hillingdon and is connected by tube with the city of London. Approximately 90 airline companies from all around the world use this airport to perform flights and at the same time it is the main hub of British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and bmi. London Heathrow airport handles 67 million passengers per year. The most popular destination from London Heathrow airport is New York.
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London Gatwick Airport

  • The London Gatwick airport is the second busiest airport of the UK after London Heathrow and approximately 34 million passengers use it per year. It is located in the Crawley district, 46km south of London. The London Gatwick airport is the also a hub for British Airways, easyJet and Virgin Atlantic and is mainly used by low-budget airline companies. It has 2 terminals, the North and the South and it is connected with the city of London by train.
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