Flight Centre's jolly flights to London
Take off with our flights to London, from an affordable economy airfare to a long-haul journey in complete comfort in premium economy, business class or first class. You can fly daily from Australia to London.
Flights include a stopover in either the Middle East or Asia and usually land at London Heathrow Airport. A taxi to Oxford Circus takes around 30 to 60 minutes and can cost anywhere between £45 and £80 depending on traffic. For a cheaper and quicker option, the Heathrow Express train takes 15 minutes to travel from London Heathrow to Paddington Station and costs £21.50. The Piccadilly Line on the Underground also departs from London Heathrow and takes around 45 minutes to reach Green Park station.
Average Flight time: 23½ hours from Sydney and just over 20 hours from Perth.
Daily flights from: Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
Major airlines: Qantas, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Singapore Airlines plus many more.
Pip pip! London holiday packages
Book a London holiday package and let Flight Centre take care of all the details including airfares, accommodation, tours and everything in between, creating your ultimate overseas adventure in jolly old London town.
Towers, royals & more on a London tour
Big Ben to Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London to Buckingham Palace, London has its fair share of iconic landmarks. What better way to see them all than with a tour, where knowledgeable guides will let you in on all the best-kept secrets and little-known facts?
Travel across the UK with your own hire car
Enjoy complete freedom on your London holidays by hiring a car. Take your time and discover historical gems and quaint villages along the winding roads of the English countryside, slowing down time and taking in the wide open spaces.
More destinations to discover
London may be the loudest of the cities, but it’s certainly not the only place worth visiting in the UK. In about the same size of the state of Victoria lies thousands of years of history, pubs with stories to last a lifetime and a myriad of regional accents that are bound to keep you guessing.
One of London’s famed university cities, Cambridge is a stunning picture of all things British. River punts, green meadows and buildings that have lasted for centuries, Cambridge feels more like a quaint British town over its more expansive rival, Oxford.
While it may stand tall on the well-worn tourist path, Bath still manages to charm and inspire with it’s winning combination of grand Georgian architecture and natural hot springs. It’s rare you get to relax while also admiring over 2000 years of history and culture, yet in Bath you can sit back and soak it up.
Continually rivalling London for one of the best cities to visit in the UK, what Edinburgh lacks in size it more than makes up for in charm. Soaked in medieval history, locally brewed whisky, and surrounded by mountains, Edinburgh has a certain magic to it that you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Edinburgh Destination Guide